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This bed and breakfast inn is awesome. I found it searching on the internet back in March 2010. I own a gift shop and travel to Lancaster frequently to several wholesale warehouses/companies. I believe my visit in November was my 6th stay. The location is...More
My husband and I just returned from a 2-night stay at Greystone along with our little dog. We found it to be just as wonderful as it looked on the website. It was very clean and the breakfast was absolutely perfect. We didn't eat again...More
We returned to Greystone Manor after a lovely stay two years ago only to find the same wonderful, friendly people. Just having an opportunity to chat with Angela and her wonderful family makes the trip worthwhile. Added bonuses are great food, lush gardens, and the...More
1 Thank gourmetbarbara
Response from angelinapat, Manager at Greystone ManorResponded 16 November 2010
Thank you so much it is always great to see a familiar face. We thank you so much for the kind words and enjoyed seeing you guys again. Happy cooking and see you next year!
We did enjoy our stay but found Angela (didn't know her name until I came to this site) VERY abrupt and loud! We felt like we were in trouble when things went wrong.
B&Bs are usually run by people persons but this is not her...More
2 Thank SarahfromAus
Response from angelinapat, General Manager at Greystone ManorResponded 16 November 2010
I am very sorry you did not like your time spent with us at the inn. We love what we do and love guests that we meet from all over the world! This will be the 43rd year in operation of greystone and appriciate your...More
This is my third time staying here. I usually stay in the main house which is a beautiful victorian home located in downtown "Bird in Hand" . This is a great value and location if visiting the PA Dutch area. The breakfast is large and...More
Response from wendyge0rge | Reviewed this property |
if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we... More
if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we got there I ask about the coffee, and the answer was if I was going to drink a whole pot that they would make it. I don't think I would stay there again
I would not stay in the Carriage House, the rooms are very small. Only one small chair in the room, no frig, no ceiling fan....bed was not comfy at all. I am unsure of the Mansion. We will never stay there again.