The Amish Guest House

This lovely home sleeps six to eight people including sleeper sofa in the living room.

Amenities include
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  • Wireless high speed internet included (Secured)
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Washer and Dryer provided
  • First floor living
  • Full kitchen
  • Spacious living room and dining room
  • Color Cable TV and VCR/DVD
  • Two bedrooms with a queen and single bed in each bedroom. with ceiling fans.  (Linens provided)
  • Full bathroom with tub shower, front bedroom has a powder room with commode and vanity (Towels provided).
  • An Amish sewing room
  • Telephone with free long distance for the United States and Canada
  • Inviting front porch

Continental breakfast items are supplied for your stay.

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The Amish Cottage ("dawdi haus")

This quaint cottage sleeps six including the sleeper sofa.

Amenities include
:

  • Wireless high speed internet included
  • First floor living
  • One great-room with two queen beds and a sofa bed (linens provided)
  • Refrigerator, Microwave, Toaster Oven, and Coffee Pot
  • Cable TV with DVD/VCR
  • Telephone with free long distance for the United States and Canada
  • Sitting area with table, chairs and sofa
  • Full bathroom with shower (Towels provided)
  • Porch with Amish made swing
  • Air conditioning
  • Laundromat two blocks down the street

Continental breakfast items are supplied for your stay.

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Intercourse, PA … a small town located in the heart of one of the richest farming areas in the nation.  It is also home to one of the largest Amish settlements in the country.

This quaint town maintains a traditional American heritage supported by the Old Order Amish community.  Amish-owned shops, farms and one-room schoolhouses sprinkle the beautiful, serene countryside.

The Amish are a people who are committed to God.  They are very interconnected to their communities through church and family.  Should a neighbor need help reconstructing a barn following a fire or completing the farm chores during an illness, their Amish neighbors are the first to lend a helping hand.

Family is very important to them and they honor their parents by caring for them in their old age.  Typically, they do not move off the homestead but instead, move into smaller quarters.  These quarters are called the “Dawdi haus” (dah-dee- hahs), or the “Grandparents’ house”.