Vacation rentals in Lancaster County

Vacation rentals in Lancaster County

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Highlights Lancaster County

  • Wolf sanctuary
  • Central market
  • Historic attractions
  • Scenic railroad
  • Museum
  • Local foods

Best Vacation Rentals in Lancaster County

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Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Leacock-Leola-Bareville, Lancaster County
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Leacock-Leola-Bareville, Lancaster County
Vacation Rental • 700 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.9
(91 reviews)
You will find this cozy guest house very peaceful and refreshing - yet only 15-30 minutes away from most Lancaster County attractions. Family-friendly with toys for the children inside and a swing set outside. Relax in the large claw-foot soaker tub.The modern kitchen is fully equipped with a stove/oven, microwave, dishwasher, toaster oven, coffee maker, and fridge/freezer. Many pantry items and kitchenware are also provided, making this a home away from home.Included in the rental is...- linens, blankets, wash cloths, towels and so much more- full-size washer and dryer- iron & ironing ...
from $152 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Lancaster County
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Lancaster County
Vacation Rental • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.5
(52 reviews)
This property is fully renovated and beautifully furnished with a modern streamlined look. This home has two bedrooms which sleeps 4 comfortably, furnished with comfortable luxurious bedding. There is a living area with a flat-screen television and comfortable couches. The kitchen is very spacious and provides everything needed to cook at home. The dining room is furnished with a custom-made wood table. Guests can enjoy our large backyard and the firepit for those cool summer evenings. We don't overlook any detail in our effort to provide our guests with the best stay possible.
from $152 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Lancaster County
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Lancaster County
Vacation Rental • 377 ft² • 1 Bedroom
10.0
(55 reviews)
Welcome to our little cottage in the country. Come relax and enjoy the comforts of home in a cozy and comfortable environment. As you enter the outdoor courtyard you will find a seating area in front of a gas fireplace to enjoy. Also, you may have your meals at a bistro table for 2. A gas grill located under a roof in case of inclement weather. As you enter the home you will find an open floor plan with a fully equipped kitchen, dining table for 2, living room with comfortable seating to enjoy a book or watch a movie or television. Relax with music from a Bose Wave. The bedroom has a queen ...
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    Current Vacation rental prices Lancaster County

    $274for 25 May - 1 Jun
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    Current vacation rental availability Lancaster County

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    Vacation rentals in Lancaster County

    A peaceful Amish country getaway

    Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is brimming with an ultra-unique culture, rich history, and incredible attractions. The county is home to the largest and oldest Amish community in the entire U.S.A. Visit Amish farms, homes, and museums to learn more about this fascinating way of life. Lancaster County is the perfect destination for families, couples, history lovers, and curious travelers wanting to explore something unique and different.

    Finding your perfect vacation rental in Lancaster County

    Experience the ultimate Amish Country getaway with a vacation rental in Lancaster County where you’ll find a wide range of rentals to choose from, with a little something for every type of traveler. Stay in a charming vacation rental in the rolling hills of Lancaster surrounded by trees, greenery, and fresh air. Opt for a vacation rental with a private pool to splash around in during the summer months. Oversized vacation rentals are available for families and large groups, with several bedrooms to comfortably accommodate numerous people. Couples can enjoy smaller, cozy rentals complete with a fireplace or a jacuzzi. Pet-friendly rentals are available for anyone traveling with pets.

    Vacations in Lancaster County

    The area and getting around

    Arriving in Lancaster County

    Lancaster County is served by Lancaster Airport, which is a small airport operating domestic flights only. The closest major airport is Harrisburg International Airport, which is a 30-mile, or 30-minute drive from central Lancaster. You can rent a car at either airport, as well as in both Harrisburg and in Lancaster.

    Getting around Lancaster County

    Having a car is crucial for getting around Lancaster County. While most of downtown Lancaster is quite walkable, many of the sights and major attractions include visiting Amish homes and farms situated in remote areas of the county.

    Travelers and activities

    Lancaster County for families

    Lancaster County is an excellent destination for families of all ages, with a plethora of fascinating historic, cultural, and natural attractions to explore. Take a family trip to the Wolf Sanctuary of PA where you can do a guided tour of the grounds and learn about the wolves who live there. The center houses rescued wolves and allows them to thrive in a safe space– you’ll get to have incredible close-up encounters with several wolves throughout the tour! Also, be sure to visit Dutch Wonderland– a historic Lancaster theme park filled with fun rides and games.

    Lancaster County for history lovers

    Visit the historic colonial estate of former President James Buchanan. The knowledgeable costumed tour guides will show you around the home and tell you interesting stories about the former president’s life. Be sure to pay a visit to The Amish Farm and House– a 300-year-old Amish home on a 15-acre farm. The visit includes a variety of tour options such as a buggy ride, a farm visit with animals, and more!

    The city of Lancaster in Lancaster County is the oldest inland city in America! It was also the nation’s capital for just one day in 1777.

    Top 5 travel tips in Lancaster County

    1. Explore the historic Lancaster Central Market

    This incredible historic market should be the first stop on any visitor’s list of things to do in Lancaster. This bustling daily market was established in the early 1700s, and is the oldest municipally operated market in the U.S. today. Browse the endless vendors which sell everything from baked goods, hot dishes, meats, cheese, coffee, and handcrafted items!

    2. Go for a scenic ride aboard the Strasburg Rail Road

    Experience the beautiful and historic scenery of Lancaster County from a train window aboard the Strasburg Rail Road. The seats of the train are comfortable and rotatable, allowing you to fully enjoy the sights as you ride along. There is a nice food and beverage menu that you can order from during your ride as well.

    3. Visit The Amish Village museum

    This incredible living museum is set on 12-acres of farmland and allows visitors to experience an authentic glimpse of the life of the Amish. See a traditional schoolhouse, a Blacksmith shop, a house, a smokehouse, and more! There are a few guided tour options, including at 25-minute tour and a 90-minute in-depth tour of the property.

    4. Try unique Lancastrian foods

    There are some foods which are unique to Lancaster, and a must-try for any visitor. Be sure to start the day with a plate of scrapple, which is a hearty mixture of pork scraps combined with cornmeal and some other tasty ingredients baked into a loaf. Whoopie pies are famously historic treat in this part of Pennsylvania, and were originated from mothers making cookies out of leftover cake batter. Children would yell “whoopie!” whenever they found them, hence the name! Pot pie, hog maw, and apple butter are some more must-try foods during your trip.

    5. Visit the Landis Valley Museum

    This incredible 100-acre living history museum offers an up-close glimpse of the rich history of Lancaster County. There are over 40 buildings on the grounds as well as many gardens. Walk through the museum and learn a plethora of fascinating information about the lives of the German and Dutch Pennsylvanians who used to live in villages like this one.

    FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Lancaster County

    What is the average price for vacation rentals in Lancaster County?

    Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $268 per night.

    What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Lancaster County?

    ]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Lancaster County are March ($254 the average per night for accommodation), April ($255), and August ($257).

    In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Lancaster County?

    When booking a vacation rental in Lancaster County, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of December (with an average of $283 per night), followed by January ($282), and then October ($281).

    Is it necessary to plan a trip to Lancaster County well in advance?

    If you decide to put Lancaster County on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your vacation ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 89% of rentals booked the previous year.

    What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

    The most available months are, on average, January (with an availability of 31%), February (22%), and December (18%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

    How many rentals are there in Lancaster County?

    Our catalog features approximately 430 vacation rentals from 2 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!

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