Full-service breakfasts are served in the dining room. You can relax by the hearth in the parlor and read or watch the flat screen cable TV in the library. Enjoy your favorite beverage and sweet treat in the kitchenette while sharing stories about your day’s outing. Throughout the E.J. Bowman House, there are many places for you to relax and enjoy your stay at our bed and breakfast.
An enclosed second floor balcony offer private views of the gardens and is a perfect place for afternoon tea. Lighted pathways safely guide you through landscaped flower-herb gardens, as well as the doll house, and pond. Secure parking is available at the side and rear of the bed and breakfast for your convenience.
A homemade breakfast is served every morning at our unique hand-crafted Shaker table. Our grand dining (meeting/event) room is the heart of our bed and breakfast. Simple lines and dental crown molding, rich blue ceiling, gold drapes, walnut furniture and lighting offered by East/West full windows and a period chandelier provide perfect elegance. Breakfast is served at 9:00 a.m. (special times prearranged).
“You’re home”… the golden draped full windows, a sky-mural ceiling, paintings, mirrors, grand fireplace, 1890 pump organ, comfortable loveseat and chairs, and family pictures… all speak to the heritage of our historic bed and breakfast.
The perfect spot to enjoy a TV show, or movie, listen to music, read your favorite book, or connect to our free wireless internet. The lighting and wooden shades are adjustable, and the comfortable club chair, sofa with chaise lounge and recliner may lull you into restful nap.
This room is full of delightful wonders. With a table for four, instruments to play and afternoon treats, a kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave and hot beverage machine, this is a space for catching up on your day’s activities.
Throughout our bed and breakfast there are impressive hand painted murals. The foyer and formal staircase have 14 murals, created by the Lancaster Mural Company, depicting seasonal life in Lancaster County of the late 19th Century.