Truly, the Whyte House Cottage is THE very best getaway in Lancaster County.

This private single story cottage is absolutely the best way to experience Lancaster County. Located on the Speedwell Forge property next to the Wolf Sanctuary of PA, you can pass your time away in quiet splendor after a day of touring all that Lancaster County and surrounding counties have to offer. (Children 12 and older, no exceptions.)


  • King size bed
  • radiant floor heating throughout
  • Spacious aquatic claw foot air tub
  • Full kitchen
  • Full sized living room
  • Large outdoor deck
  • Robes, hairdryer, wireless Internet access, a full three-course breakfast all included at no extra charge.

$300 per night plus tax. Minimum stay is 2 nights

Basket of Goodies:
Enjoy a basket with homemade bread, cheese, fresh fruit, a bottle of sparkling cider, and dessert. $50, 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. $65 plus 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.

This house was known as the white house from the 1950s till 2013, when it was used as a farm hand house, then as a rental house.

Testimonials for the Summer Kitchen

What a great idea for a B&B! Totally unique and so wonderful. My husband and I always love an adventure – especially when animals are involved

What a beautiful gift this place is, and we really can’t wait to share with others the warmth and fun we had here!

Great company, great food and we’re so glad that we upgraded (the spa was worth it)!

Thank you so much!

Stephanie and Mike
Springfield, VA

April 15, 2014 - Summer Kitchen