Located in an elegant 1891 Queen Anne-style Victorian home, this beautiful property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Within a local historic district, it is about one block from the magnificently restored Lancaster Opera House that dates to 1894. Plays, musicals and other entertainment are offered here year-round.
The house is furnished with antiques and reproduction furniture. It is entirely air-conditioned, and all rooms have private baths or showers. There are wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and in the dining room. A large front porch beckons visitors to stop and rest. Entirely refurbished prior to opening in 2004, there is all new electric and plumbing in each of the guest rooms.
In front of the house, there are beautiful flowers from early spring to fall. There are many large old trees on the property and one young sassafras tree. The backyard slopes down to Plumb Bottom Creek where steelhead trout can be seen spawning in March.