Two-Night Victorian Weekend Getaway
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Nestled in the village of Emigsville, North York PA, The Emig Mansion is a skillfully restored 19th-century mansion. Providing the perfect setting for gracious hospitality, The Mansion is decorated with antiques and furnishings authentic to the period. Built in 1850, guests find themselves transported back in time to a charming Victorian era, and the home is resplendent with exquisite leaded and stained glass windows, intricate moldings, original parquet flooring, and elegant marble tile work. Relax on the veranda, stroll through the property to visit the koi pond, or enjoy a glass of wine offered by the innkeeper. INCLUDES: - Two nights accommodation - Full daily breakfast - Complementary glass of wine Each of the guest rooms has its own unique features and special charm. The rooms are named after the Emig children who lived here during the 1800s. In keeping with the historic theme, all rooms are decorated with authentic antique furnishings and reproductions reminiscent of the 1800 American style. Details: 2 nights / 1 bedrooms / Sleeps up to 2 Restrictions: Subject to availability. Not valid during major holidays. You'll contact the provider directly within 12 months of purchase to select dates and book the package. Valid: Valid Nov 1 - Mar 31
The Village of Emigsville, Manchester Township, North York, PA. The Emig Mansion is 25 minutes from Harrisburg International Airport and 50 minutes from Baltimore Washington International Airport. Centrally located to many area attractions including Gettysburg National Battlefield Memorial, Hersheypark, Harley-Davidson Factory, Ski Roundtop, as well as outdoor sporting is fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and hunting.
ABOUT THE INN
The Mansion has been used for many different purposes over the recent years and was discovered by a local realtor, Mary Llewellyn, in the 1980s in a state of disrepair. Ms. Llewellyn saved The Emig Mansion. With great research and resources, she restored the home to its former glory. Subsequently, The Mansion was opened as a bed and breakfast and has continued to operate as such to the present day.
Emigsville is located within a 45 minute drive to tourist attractions in Gettysburg, our state capitol Harrisburg, Hershey and Lancaster, PA. Locally, the York area has much to offer, as well. For those who enjoy outdoor activities, we have the local Northern Central Railroad Hiking Trail (NCR), which spans over 40 miles beginning in Hunt Valley MD and ends in York. There are State Parks and many lakes for kayaking, fishing and hiking. Two great nearby mountain zoos are Lake Tobias and the Catoctin Mountain Zoo. In the winter months, bring family and friends for fun on the slopes at Ski Roundtop and Ski Liberty, and for those who prefer indoor events, a tour of the Harley Davidson Factory is an absolute must. York boasts the National Watch and Clock Museum and is home to the famous workshop of Bluett Brothers Violins. York is also a melting pot of some of the best restaurants and cuisine around. Throughout the year, there are several events at the York Expo Center, the Appell Center for the Arts, and is a short drive to Lancaster's Sight and Sound Theater.
SMOKE FREE ROOMS
To preserve the nature of the nearly 200-year-old wooden structure of the home, The Mansion campus is smoke free, as are the guest rooms - no exception. You will be asked to leave. There is a designated smoking area beyond the parking lot, and we ask smokers to dispose of their smoking material remains in the receptacle provided.
Children over the age of twelve are welcomed to stay in the room for an additional $25.00 with a rollaway bed.
While there is German Shepherd pet on the property, no other pets are allowed.. Service animals are welcomed.
"The owner was so super friendly and the breakfast was delicious. We felt right at home. Will definitely be going back." - Michele G.
“This is a beautiful B & B with a lot of history behind it. Our hosts Bill and Lori are two of the nicest B & B owners we've had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know. Every morning we were served a delicious breakfast and Bill and Lori would come out and talk to us about the mansions history what our plans were and places we should try to visit and places to eat. The room we stayed in was clean and well appointed and the bed was comfortable. Actually for as large as the Mansion was it was the cleanest B & B we've ever stayed in. We hugged and bid them adieu (not goodbye) since we plan on going back to visit again (in the spring) since we didn't get to see/visit every place we wanted to due to the weather. We would recommend it to anyone looking for a beautiful place to stay with a terrific set of owners whom like to talk to and interact with their guests.” - Joseph H.
“We had a great couple of nights here! The hospitality is wonderful! The mansion is beautiful! Thank you Lori for a wonderful time!” - Sierra P.
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