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Recent Dutch Country property reviews

  • Great Cabin!!

    "My girlfriend and I had a great time at this cabin over the 3-day weekend. This is a perfect place to stay if you just want a relaxing weekend. I was actually going to go snowboarding one day, but was so comfortable at the cabin I decided to stay. The pictures don't do the place justice--clean and cozy. Not mentioned anywhere from where I could see in the description is the fact that they have a Blu-ray player and a smart TV-- which means you can watch Netflix and other stuff right on the TV without messing around. Great spice rack made it nice to stay in and cook. Fireplace was great-- we brought some wood and replaced the stuff we used. There is a market very close by if you forget anything. Very welcoming and I would especially recommend it for any couple looking to get away and spend some time with each other. No problems getting in or out, some of the roads are hard to see, but follow the directions and slow down when you're close and you won't have any problems. At least from our experience, we had no problem with the road--even with the snow. I have a 4wd Subaru Sedan and had no problems, although helpful I never felt like the 4wd was absolutely necessary (it all depends on conditions though). Definitely interested in coming back!"
    Guest: Daniel Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 20, 2014
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  • Just Perfect!

    "This was a beautiful cottage! It was exactly as described/pictured. When we arrived we were met by the owner who walked through & showed us everything and even recommended a place for supper. (excellent choice there as well-Shady Maple Smorgasboard) There was a nice grassy area for the dog to run and interesting property to explore. I would highly recommed this location!"
    Guest: Kathy Date of Stay: April 2012 Review Submitted: April 8, 2012
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  • Overall happy with home

    "Overall the house was perfect for our needs although it would have been nice if they had a queen bed in every bedroom. The house is owned by the Best Western right down the street. We would go back. Pros.: -Big house with plenty of living space to spread out. -Pool (It is an above ground set into the ground w/ a deck around it) -Very nice garden area with fountain, swing set and yard area. -Private. Neighbors on the one side are blocked by pines and the other side is a graveyard so the neighbors are quiet :o) -House was clean/bed bug free. Just a few carpet stains/broken blinds/marks on walls. -A lot of amish activity in this town. We frequently heard horse hoofs going down the street behind/next to us. -Nice new & big laundry machines. Cons: -Check-in is supposed to occur at 3:00pm. We had a show scheduled for 4:15pm at sight and sound. We planned to check in and unpack to leave by 3:30pm (they said we should arrive 45min before show time). They were not ready for us and finally at 3:30pm we got into the house. We had to rush to get everything out of the cooler, drop our bags and run out the door. It was upsetting because no one had time to relax and freshen up after our drive. Sight and sound is 15min away so we got there at 4:00pm. We parked, ran to the building and they were making final calls to get seated. We didn't even have time to get food/drinks. We barely made the show. -The first day one of the children cut their foot pretty bad in the swingset area. They have that rubber mulch so I am not sure if that cut his foot or if something else is in the ground there. After that it was shoes only. -Only one AC zone in the main living space so the ground level of the house is freezing when the upstairs in comfortable. -They had standing water in the basement utility room that was near the bed area. Something is leaking in there. That should be fixed ASAP as it is going to get moldy. -They only have a small charcoal grill at the house. A larger gas grill would have been nice. -No playroom in the house which other rentals in the area have. They have plenty of room in the basement for a pool/foosball table -Could not get the basement tv to work. It would only play 1 channel. -Kitchen had most stuff but needs more serving bowls/dishes and we did not have a carving knife to cut our london broil. -Master bed is squeaky but comfy. One of the beds in the bunk room and the basement queen are sunken in a bit making them not as comfy. -Pool ladder is horrible!"
    Guest: karenNJ Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 23, 2013
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  • Home away from home

    "We enjoyed the comforts of home and the peacefulness of Mt. Gretna. The home is well equipped and we truly enjoyed our stay. Hope to be back again!"
    Guest: Ruth Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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Dutch Country Travel Tips

Pennsylvania Dutch Country Vacation Rentals Near Chocolate

The rolling hills of Pennsylvania Dutch Country offer vacationers a wide variety of activities to enjoy. You can choose to stay in historic Gettysburg on a Civil War farm or indulge your chocolate passion with a VRBO rental in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The homeowners that provide you with all the comforts of home in Pennsylvania Dutch Country vacation rentals will be happy to share their knowledge of the area so that you make memories that last forever. Choose a cozy cottage along the river with a fireplace to warm you or a farm house in Lancaster where you can pick up fresh produce on the roadside to prepare in your fully equipped kitchen.

Dutch Country Resorts Close to History

Whether you are interested in the historical battle of Gettysburg or just want to learn more about the Pennsylvania Dutch Country inhabitants, you will have many opportunities to learn when you stay at Dutch Country resorts. Some of the homes are within five miles of the battlefield so you can spend a few days walking the area on your own or take a bus tour to hear about this epic battle. Lancaster saw fighting during the Revolutionary War but today is more famous for its Amish and Mennonite population. Visit an Amish Farm and House where you will be immersed in the culture of this community. There is an 1805 farm house and one-room school house to visit as well as farm equipment and demonstrations to observe.

If you have children, they may be interested in visiting Hershey Park where there are more than 65 rides. The Boardwalk features a water area that reminds guests of a gentler time when people went to the seashore for the summer. The water park includes a lazy river attraction and wave pool. There is also an American Wildlife Park with an 11-acre zoo with more than 200 animals displayed in their natural habitat. After an exciting day of sightseeing, you can return to your family-friendly home to watch the sun set from your private deck.

The Shopping Experience by Dutch Country Condos

Antiques are the things to shop for when you stay in Dutch Country condos. You will find that there are some of the largest antique markets in the country located in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. If you choose to stay in a delightful cabin in Adamstown, you will feel as though you have driven into antique heaven. It is known as the “Antiques Capitol, USA” and features furnishings or collectibles. Bird-in-Hand is another area that offers over 40 merchants selling antiques. If you are looking for handcrafted quilts, blankets or house wares, you will not be disappointed when you choose to spend your vacation in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Ephrata has a weekly farmers market where you can stock up on fresh produce as well as other handmade items. The practicality of the Amish and Mennonites will offer you the opportunity to purchase heirlooms that can be passed down for generations. One of the areas has a canning company where you can see jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, peanut butter and vegetables being processed. You will have the chance to buy some of this great food to eat while you stay at your Dutch Country vacation rental or take home to bring back fond memories of your time in Amish Country.

Farm Fresh Dining at Dutch Country Vacation Homes

Even though you can prepare your own meals at your Dutch Country vacation home, you should eat at least one meal in a restaurant. If you love food, you do not want to miss the big family-style meals that you can enjoy in Dutch Country. Fresh fruits and vegetables will be part of the meals, usually just picked that morning for your taste buds to savor. Whether it is breakfast with flapjacks, lunch with country fried steak, or fried chicken, you will not be disappointed in the restaurants of Pennsylvania.

Reaching Your Dutch Country Vacation Rental

If you are coming from the Baltimore area on Highway 83, you will be about an hour from the Gettysburg area. You can also fly into Philadelphia and take Highway 76 to get to Lancaster County where you can begin your relaxing vacation at one of the unique accommodations offered by VRBO.

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