We stayed for two nights to watch kids play hockey. The view from the room was great it overlooked the back which was where the hockey rink and tubing hill were. It was a very cold weekend but we all had fun.続きを読む
My husband, I, and two adult children should not have had to pay over four hundred dollars for a one night's stay in York, PA. At that price point, we expected an exceptional experience, but we were, unfortunately, quite let down. First, when we arrived...続きを読む
Made myself a spa appointment before my wedding - waxing, mani, and pedi. I had never been to Serenity Spa before, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised!! It was extremely relaxing and everyone was so nice. I would definitely go...続きを読む
We got a spacious and nicely fitted 2Q room at a reasonable walk-in rate. The hotel offers a nice view of the golf course and has two restaurants. We had happy hour drinks on the terrace of the Knickers Pub and dinner an hour later....続きを読む
We stayed here every once before and thought it to be outdated. Well let me tell you it is even worse now. Bed was lumpy pillows have seen there better days. Front desk people were friendly and helpful.. shame this place could be so much...続きを読む
The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of... 続きを読む
The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of Confederation were drafted in York, so there are historical markers and buildings from pre-Revolutionary War).
Gettysburg National Park is 35 miles west. Hershey, PA (35 miles north) has an amusement park and chocolate exhibits. Codorus State Park (25 miles southwest) offers all the classic summer fishing/hiking/boating recreations around a big lake. Several museums (e.g. watches/clocks and railroads) are in and around historic Lancaster town (25 miles east).
And yes, Lancaster county has tourist-friendly Amish and Mennonite sites and shopping (produce, dairy, woodworking, antiques, textiles). But if it's summer, I'd recommend just getting lost on back roads to the east and south of Lancaster town. That's the Pennsylvania Dutch land that is so pretty--highways 23, 340, 772, and anything smaller than those. And watch out for horse-drawn buggies on the roads!