Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village

While staying at Nemacolin, I learned that there are only two 5 star rated restaurants in the state of Pennsylvania. Lautrec at Nemacolin is one of 29 restaurants in the world with 5 diamonds by AAA and 5 stars by Forbes. The other AAA 5 diamond restaurant in Pennsylvania is at The Inn at Leola Village.

Visiting The Inn at Leola Village and restaurant remained on my mind for a few months and the opportunity to visit Leola arrived during a road trip to York, Pennsylvania.

The Inn at Leola Village offered a complimentary night stay to introduce me to the property and share thoughts with the McCool Travel audience. Thank you.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village

The Inn at Leola Village is a 4 Star, 4 Diamond boutique property occupying a former Amish farm and luxury wedding destination in historic Lancaster County Pennsylvania. It is located about an hour from the state capital (Harrisburg) and 90 minutes from Philadelphia and Gettysburg.

The offices, restaurants, and lobby are located in gorgeous buildings. The Inn at Leola Village is a well-designed property, popular for weddings, and recommended as a luxury lodging option when visiting Pennsylvania’s Amish country. Complimentary Mercedes transport is availability to destinations within 10 miles of the inn and the inn provides Two Tesla charging stations.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

The Inn at Leola Village offices

The luxury experience begins at check in. The gorgeous and comfortable lobby encourages guests to gather, relax, and spend time.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

comfortable lobby

On a nice weather day make sure to hang out in the pool area. Another mojito, please.

Good morning from Inn at Leola Village. Pool time?

Posted by Charles McCool on Wednesday, June 28, 2017

 

The Amos King room is in the circa year 1800 tobacco barn from the original Leaman Farm.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

some inn rooms are in this renovated tobacco barn

Next time I want to stay in the cute and cozy Ada Fisher Cottage.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

Ada Fisher Cottage at the Inn at Leola Village

Video of some of the Inn at Leola Village property features

Inn at Leola Village, Pennsylvania

Posted by Charles McCool on Tuesday, June 27, 2017

 

This beautiful suite in a converted Tobacco Barn is our home for the night, Inn at Leola Village. Wonderful overnight spot when you visitPA

Posted by Julie Bingham McCool on Tuesday, June 27, 2017

 

Every room here is different so you will want to revisit several times. The inn offers executive suites and long term coziness for business travelers.

Rooms at The Inn at Leola Village

We stayed in a gorgeous pool side patio suite, with a magnificent king bed, fireplace, and whirlpool tub. A rain shower with no door highlighted the luxury bathroom area.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

elegant king bed in pool side patio suite

There is plenty of space in the suite and super comfortable chairs.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

sitting area in pool side patio suite

Yes, I showered while watching ESPN SportsCenter. Interesting! See the shower water in the below picture?

Stone fireplaces adorn the suite rooms.

Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village. Article and photo by Charles McCool for McCool Travel.

fireplace in pool side patio suite, Leola Village

Watch the video of a quick tour of our room.

Inn at Leola Village, part 2

Posted by Charles McCool on Tuesday, June 27, 2017

 

Inn at Leola Village dining

TÉ, the 5 star restaurant, is open only on Friday and Saturday evenings and for special events. We visited on a day when TÉ was not open so I cannot yet report on its magnificence.

The other onsite restaurant, Osteria Avanti, offers rustic Italian cuisine in an elegant setting. Produce and herbs come from the garden only 50 feet away from the kitchen.

Osteria Avanti at Inn at Leola Village looks like a great place for dinner after exploring Pennsylvania Amish area.

Posted by Charles McCool on Tuesday, June 27, 2017

 

For more information about Inn at Leola Village:

Inn at Leola Village: Route 23 Leola, Pennsylvania 17540 | websiteFacebook | Twitter | Instagram

Restaurant TE | website | reservations

Please mention McCool Travel when you stay at or visit The Inn at Leola Valley. Ask for the sales manager with the best name in the world, Rich Gold.

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What are your favorite Pennsylvania luxury lodging properties? Can you suggest other places to stay in Pennsylvania?


The Inn at Leola Village hosted us and picked up the tab for much of this glorious trip. Please be certain that my message is carefully crafted for my awesome audience so that you can make informed decisions in order to Travel Happy on future trips.


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8 Responses to “Pennsylvania Luxury Lodging: Inn at Leola Village”

  1. Marilyn Jones November 29, 2017 at 1:41 pm #

    What a charming property. It has been a long time since I explored Pennsylvania…I’d love to go back!!

  2. Carole Terwilliger Meyers November 27, 2017 at 9:31 pm #

    The Inn at Leola Village in PA sounds like my kind of place. I love that it occupies an atmospheric former Amish farm and and has a top-rated restaurant. Hope I get there someday, too.

  3. irenelevine November 27, 2017 at 2:02 pm #

    That’s a charming area of the country. My parents used to take me to Amish county when I was a kid. I’d love to return—-and experience the Inn at Leola Village.

  4. ourboomerblog November 27, 2017 at 7:57 am #

    This place looks amazing. We have only visited Pennsylvania once, but plan to return for more destinations. The Inn at Leola Village would certainly make a luxurious get-away.

  5. Jo Castro November 26, 2017 at 11:14 pm #

    The Inn at Leola Village looks just like our kind of place. Quaint but stylish, small not corporate, a beautiful pool, five star dining – well it’s got it all. Bookmarked for sure 🙂

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