Everyone at our bed and breakfast is passionate about giving guests all the comforts of home when they’re visiting from out of town. Whether you’re vacationing to see all the sights in Lancaster County or visiting friends and family, we’re here to accommodate you.
But did you know that the Historic Smithton Inn is also the perfect place to stay while on business in Lancaster County?
I hope you’ll help me spread the word about what we offer to business travelers staying in the area:
Free Wi-FiConnect to our Wi-Fi network and things will be “business as usual” so you won’t miss a beat when you need to tend to your work.
Quiet Environment & Convenient Work Set-UpOur Inn provides a quiet, relaxing atmosphere so you’ll get the sleep you need and can concentrate on your work when duty calls. Each room has a large desk with chair and a charging station on it (including USB ports), so there's no crawling on the floor looking for an outlet, or leaving your charger behind because it's out of sight.
Early BreakfastWe have a full and fantastic breakfast available at 7 a.m. and will provide a hearty continental breakfast even earlier if you need it when pre-arranged the night before.
Flexible Payment OptionsWe accept cash, checks, travelers’ checks, Visa, Master Card, Discover - and American Express!
Flexible Cancellation Policy for Business TravelersWe understand that plans change due to unanticipated circumstances. We’ll work with you!
Special Corporate RatesIf you commit to staying ten or more nights during the year, we will give you special, unpublished rates to keep your travel expenses down.
Location, Location!We’re conveniently located along Rte. 322 West, just outside of the Ephrata Borough. Plus, we’re very close to the PA Turnpike’s Denver Exit and Route 222. If you’re looking for a place to stay that’s an easy drive to the Reading, Lancaster, and Lititz areas, we’re the B&B for you!
So tell your hard-working friends that the Historic Smithton Inn is here to be their home away from home when they’re away on business in Lancaster County. We'll welcome them with open arms!
By Rebecca Gallagher