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Amethyst Inn in Adamstown, PA

Amethyst Inn in Adamstown, PA

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Rating: 4.83

Address: 144 W Main, Adamstown, PA, 19501

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    Comments (6):

    1. Yolanda Y.
    I have never been to anything like this and it was an amazing little place.    The people who run it are very friendly and seem to have thought of everything.  There is a fridge with ice, and a coffee maker that's accessible when no one's around.  On the first floor there is a large common area with tables where they host breakfast and a really cozy fireplace.  The breakfast was delicious and you can tell they put a lot of effort into preparing everything.  They have a bunch of board games too!  If you're looking for a place to go for drinks within walking distance, there's a tavern just down the street with TVs and a pool table.  Stoudt's brewery is also just down the road if you're looking for dinner or lunch - it's got a huge cow outside so you cannot miss it.  I don't know if this is true, but I heard if you bring a toy for their giant, friendly dog, Cecil, you will get a room discount.

    11/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. little b.
    On vacation in Lancaster we were looking for a b&b and this was a good selection. The location is a little off to the middle of nowhere but the food is amazing, the service is excellent, and the house and the room were charm central! Minus a star for location being confusing for out of townies.

    19/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Nikki G.
    This was my first stay at a B&B and I must say I was quite impressed! Upon arrival, Wanda greeted us with a folder that contained a few coupons and guides with maps to Both Berks and Lancaster counties (Adamstown sits pretty much right on the line between the two). She offered to provide directions to anywhere we needed, gave a little tour of the common areas, and walked us to our room. Once there, she explained how the heat, steam shower, and Jacuzzi worked as well as told us when breakfast was, and asked what time to expect us.

    The room was nicely furnished with some really cool pieces (an old organ as a TV stand) and funky stained/cut glass windows. The linens were beautiful, the bed and the pillows were comfy. The only downside to our room? We like it dark at night... this being an old house, had a gap between the door and the frame that allowed the light from the hall in... we fixed this with a towel and would never knock off a star but thought it's worth the mention. There is free wifi. It's not the best, a bit spotty at times, but it is there - this was a plus for us - no temptation to break out the laptops and get work done! Oh, and they left a nice sized bag of chocolates on the pillow!

    Breakfast was amazing! Who knew breakfast pizzas on english muffins could be so yummy??? I'm not talking tomato sauce and shredded rubbery cheese... they used delicious herbs and/or herbed olive oil, a tomato slice, prosciutto, slices of hard boiled egg, and real, fresh mozzarella... I was also pleasantly surprised to truly enjoy the chicken sausage. They make their own granola (WONDERFUL)! As another reviewer mentioned, we LOVED the baked oatmeal as well. They put a lot of thought and time into preparing a memorable breakfast.

    We usually opt to not have our room freshened after only one night (we stayed two) and so left the do not disturb sign out. There was a basket of fresh towels and toiletries, and MORE CHOCOLATE when we returned.

    On the morning we left, there was a nice box of "traveling" snacks left for us as we departed. Such a nice touch. Oh, and at breakfast, we were asked if we needed directions to our next destination. We are looking forward to staying here again. It's not far from home, but it is the perfect little place to get away from home!

    02/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Bob S.
    Cute as a button, comfortable as home!  You know how it feels on the last night of a serious road trip? Fortunately this was our choice and our second floor room was absolutely perfect. The 150+ year old inn on a hill was wonderfully maintained, offering a great mattress, Jacuzzi , and romantic gas fireplace. The staff gave us some wonderful recommendations for a late dinner at a nearby steak house/brewpub! We were lulled to sleep by the gentle whirling of the ceiling fan, and awoke to enjoy one of the best B & B breakfasts we have ever had! The food, much of it local and incredibly fresh, just kept coming. We travel often, and have stayed in a range of accommodations, but would have to put this on the short list to visit next time we are the neighborhood! Kudos to the staff!!!

    15/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Joseph B.
    Awesome stay.  Jacuzzi tub plus a massage shouwer with a seat.  You can't beat it.  Quaint, cozy, comfortable, quiet, romantic....all of the above.  Breakfast was great.  Other guests were fun.  Give it  try.  A little pricey but worth it.

    28/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Katie N.
    Staying here was a great decision. The inn is amazingly cute and quirky, warm and classy. I loved the room we stayed in, which had its own fireplace. The breakfast was so great...small portions of creative and unique dishes with pretty garnishes and great coffee. You can see the staff in aprons preparing food in the kitchen. It was so quaint. The price we payed for a two night stay was well worth it. This will be our usual "weekend getaway".

    02/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0