Perfect Pleasures in Pennsylvania Dutch Country
Inn at Twin Linden • Churchtown, PA
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in the Sarah Jenkins, Churchtown, or Linden Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($199) or Fridays and Saturdays ($236)
- Full-Course Breakfast for Two
- One Appetizer or Dessert per Entrée Purchased at Black Horse Restaurant
A horse-and-buggy ride through the rolling hills, under the covered bridges, and past the clapboard houses of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is the surest way see the heart and soul of the Keystone State in its purest form: untouched Amish Country. Visitors who flock to Lancaster to taste the fruits of a simpler life defined by Old World crafts and 300 years of tradition are often pleasantly surprised to find cosmopolitan diversions coexisting side-by-side—downtown farmer's markets meld modern and historic offerings, and meals can range from traditional Amish breakfasts to cutting-edge modern cuisine at local restaurants.
The Inn At Twin Linden offers a cozy yet luxurious retreat amid a storybook central Pennsylvania setting. Guest rooms featuring complimentary turn-down service are prepared with fine linens, fresh flowers, thick robes, warm fireplaces, soothing spa tubs, and stunning views of the countryside. Share a three-course breakfast of maple-pecan plait, iced-pear terrine with brandy and chocolate sauce, and Dutch-apple sausage at an intimate candle-lit table for two. The encircling gardens provide the perfect privacy settings for a winter stroll.
Amish buggy rides—such as the well-reviewed Aaron and Jessica's—abound. Poke around the local vineyards like Twin Brook Winery and absorb the natural splendor of French Creek State Park. In town, follow big-name celebrity acts at the The American Music Theatre. For dinner, stop by Black Horse Restaurant, which showcases delicious menu items such as pan-seared crab cakes, roasted duck breast, and spice-rubbed flat iron steak with fries.
"[We arrived] at the inn as though we were family coming home. Then, we began the most wonderful time we've had in 50 years. The beauty, charm, and deliciously original cuisine was matched only by the warm welcome we received by the innkeepers."-- TripAdvisor
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the fine print
- Limit 1 voucher per reservation; vouchers cannot be combined to extend stay
- Valid for travel until April 30, 2013
- Reservations required and subject to availability and must be made by March 31, 2013
- Not valid on group or existing reservations and cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion
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- Blackout dates are 2/14-2/18/13
- Based upon double occupancy
- Not valid for guests under the age of 12
- Nights must be used consecutively
- Taxes are not included and will be collected at redemption
- All regular overnight reservation, package and Inn's standard policies, terms and conditions apply or voucher is subject to forfeiture
- All services and deal components must be redeemed during one stay and used by the same guest(s); cannot be shared
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