Experience the charm of Amish handcrafted furniture and quilts, while at the same time enjoy the luxuries of modern life. The Amish Country Inn was built on the l65 acre grounds of White Pillars and was designed with kitchen facilities for the extended-stay guest.
Construction of the inn was headed by Amish builder Emanuel B. Shetler and included three house raisings, which the Amish call "frolics." The building design is traditional Amish, but the four suites at the inn were modified to include not only electricity and plumbing, but marble bathroom floors, jets in bathtubs, JennAire ranges and grills in kitchens, propane powered Vermont Castings stoves, air conditioning, vaulted ceilings with exposed hand-hewn beams, and private phone lines. Laundry facilities are located in the basement.
Overnight guests are always welcome if suites are available.