What do you do when you love serving others, have a passion for gardening, and feel at home in the kitchen? For Pam and Dallas Fritz, the answer was simple: you become innkeepers. They have been the proud owners of a High Queen Anne Victorian Bed & Breakfast named B.F. Hiestand House since June 2000. This historic 6-room home is nestled in the heart of Marietta in western Lancaster County.
Prepare to be pampered if you stay at B.F. Hiestand House. All rooms have a private bathroom and some feature a gas or electric fireplace. Each morning, you will be greeted with a full gourmet breakfast complete with homemade baked-goods and organic fruits and vegetables grown on premise or bought locally. You can have a leisurely breakfast while enjoying the paper, or you may be eager to explore all the surrounding area has to offer.
Many guest of the Bed and Breakfast come for wine tours, which are plentiful throughout Lancaster, York, and Hershey and are a great way to spend a weekend. Nature-lovers enjoy hiking, biking, or kayaking. Some come for the experience of Lancaster County's Amish Country while visiting farmer's markets and quaint antique shops.
Whatever the preference, the Fritz's strive to make their guests' stay perfect, even offering a variety of add-on packages to make visits unique and memorable. Guests can choose from wine and chocolate, bike rentals, concerts, wine tours, and so much more.
B.F. Hiestand House is a haven where guests find comfort and relaxation while being surrounded by history, beauty, and adventure. The next time you have friends or family traveling to the Marietta area, let them know that B.F. Hiestand House is their home away from home. Read more at www.bfhiestandhouse.com.