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.

Couple’s massage:
Two masseuses for a relaxing, one-hour, side-by-side massage. $150 plus gratuities, per couple.

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

Dear Dawn, Darin and (last but not least) the Wolves,

Thank you so much for letting us come to visit where you live. You are all a very unique family and we are grateful that we could adopt Geronimo and Winston for our families.

We adopted Geronimo for my brother and his wife who will be very surprised to learn that they may have to start building an enclosure in their back yard….just kidding, of course. My brother used to yell “Geronimo!” a lot when he and our other brother were playing in the house. We adopted Winston for our son’s family because they have a rescue dog by this name.
We will be checking your site to see if Mika joins you as she may be the wolf we would like to adopt for ourselves.

Well again, thanks for everything. We love the cottage, the food and most of all the wolves you live with.

December 5, 2014 - Paymaster