Enjoy the ultimate in Lancaster, PA romantic getaways!

This amazing private cottage is overlooking the creek, with a king-size bed, whirlpool bath, and gas fireplace. Come here for your Pennsylvania honeymoon, and you may never want to leave — with a full kitchen, you won’t have to.

  • Robes
  • Hairdryer
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Cable TV
  • Central Heat and Air Conditioning
  • Coffee Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Plates, Silverware, Pots and Pans
  • a full three-course breakfast all included at no extra charge.

If you don’t want to come over to the mansion for breakfast, upon request we will stock your kitchen with eggs, milk, juice, pancake mix, and syrup. And we’ll do the dishes!

$270 per night plus tax

Basket of Goodies:
Enjoy a basket with homemade bread, cheese, fresh fruit, a bottle of sparkling cider, and dessert. $60, plus tax.

Chocolate and rose petals:
We’ll arrange a one-pound bag of Wilbur buds, fresh flowers, and silk rose petals in your room. $65plus tax.

You always enjoy access to the parlor and library, and of course a full three-course breakfast each morning. Business travelers, please let us know if you need a breakfast to go.

While you are here be sure to visit the amazing Wolf Sanctuary of PA which is located on our grounds. Learn more about the sanctuary by visiting the website.

In the 18th century, the forge employees were paid here; the “paymaster’s window” separates the main room from the kitchen. In the basement, stone reinforcement indicates where the vault was.

Testimonials for the Paymaster’s Office

December 26, 2012- December 27, 2012

Wow! This place is so beautiful and special. “Santa” reserved the Paymaster’s Cottage for us and all I can say is we must have been very good this year!

LOVE the room and amenities, LOVE the wolves and property (would really like to take a wolf home) LOVE the wonderful homemade breakfast and LOVE the friendly and gentle (not to mention history buff) Inn Keeper, Dawn.

Thank you so much for everything! We will be back for a stay as well as to bring our daughter for a tour. I am somewhat embarrassed to live so close to this treasure and not have known about it. Thanks for keeping our family’s history alive and well!

Terry and Lori

December 26, 2012- December 27, 2012 - Paymaster's Office