Rooms & Rates

Each room at the Osceola Mill House is unique in décor and furnishings.  All rooms have spacious private baths.  Many also have working fireplaces.  Throughout the House there is a choice of Twin, Queen or King-size beds to suit your preference.  Many of the furnishings are hand-made by our Amish neighbors – including our collection of authentic hand-made quilts in each room.


The Rose Room - $130 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber!
Holy Angels guard thy bed!
Heavenly blessings without number 
Gently falling on thy head."
     A Cradle Hymn by Isaac Watts

Legend has it that this was the "birthing room" for the early occupants, and that legend is reflected in the decorations of the room. Located on the second floor of the main house, with a wonderful view of the morning sunrise, the Rose Room is a peaceful, quiet room with a canopy bed handmade by a local Amish craftsman.  The comfortable love seat faces the working fireplace.  The in-suite private bath features a traditional tub and shower.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


The Green Room - $110 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"A song of the good green grass!
A song no more of the city streets:
A song of farms-a song of the soil of fields."
            - Walt Whitman

The Green suite is the newest and most versatile addition to the Mill House.  The two bedrooms and shared bath on the second floor of the main house can accommodate up to four people.  Each bedroom is only steps away from the large bath room on the hall.  The rooms can be reserved together or alone.  You would be sharing the bath only with your traveling companions or family.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>

The Green Room celebrates the Pennsylvania tradition of hot air balloon rides over the rolling Lancaster County hills.  It features and antique oak dresser and a Victorian (c1870), iron and brass bed.  It is a cozy room in which to relax and unwind.

The Corn Crib is named for its beautiful view of our neighbors' farms - not to mention the spectacular sunsets.  It is furnished with an iron canopy bed and features heirloom linens handed down through the Innkeeper's family.


The Blue Room - $140 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"It is a blue-butterfly day here in spring"
      - Robert Frost

The Blue Room is truly a gracious room, with a grand view of the Old Mill, the bridge over the Pequea Creek, and all to the comings and goings of the Amish buggies.  It is located on the second floor of the main house. The room is comfortably furnished with a blue painted canopy bed (handmade by one of our Amish neighbors), and two wing chairs for reading or enjoying the working fireplace. The in-suite bath is quite spacious and features a walk-in shower.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


The Burgundy Room - $140 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Liberty and Union,
Now and forever,
One and inseparable" 
         ---  Daniel Webster

This recently redecorated room on the third floor of the main house celebrates the fact that this house witnessed the struggle for independence and the creation of the United States. It is a cozy room with a painted canopy bed, in-suite bath with a walk-in shower, and comfortable furnishings. The room also has satellite TV and DVD player. King bed or two twin beds with 24 hour notice. TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


The Fireside Room - $150 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Fireside happiness, to hours of ease
Blest with that charm, the certainty to please."
    -  Samuel Rogers

Nestled in the eves of the third floor, this romantic room is a wonderful hideaway.  If you can take your eyes off of the gas-log fireplace, you can look out over the neighboring farms and the beautiful sunsets.  The room includes a comfortable chair for sitting and reading, a carved oak bed, and an in-suite bath with a large claw footed soaking tub and hand-held shower.  Satellite TV with a DVD player complete your stay.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


The Carriage House - $190 -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"I give the fight up: let there be and end,
A privacy and obscure nook for me."
     - Robert Browning

This three room cottage is just steps away from the main house.  It offers privacy and comfort to couples and families.  The first floor has a kitchen and living room complete with a gas-log fireplace.  The living room includes a comfortable queen size sofa-bed and a love seat that converts to a single bed.  There is also satellite TV with a DVD player. The second floor features a queen size brass bed in the bedroom and a whirlpool tub with a hand held shower in the bath.  Adult guests are invited to the Main House for breakfast each morning.  

For families with children, breakfast is delivered to the Carriage House kitchen.  A private patio with beautiful views of the neighboring farms completes this home-away-from-home.  

Please note that the sloped ceiling on the second floor may not be comfortable for very tall guests.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


Our Inn -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

Built circa 1766, The Osceola Mill House Bed and Breakfast rests on the banks of the Pequea Creek in a quaint and quiet historic setting adjacent to a 1757 mill and a mid 19th century miller's cottage.  The area is known as "Pennsylvania Dutch Country" and is home to the local Amish community.  We are surrounded by several hundred acres of some of the best farm land in Lancaster County.  The daily farm activities add to the charming scenery.  There isn't a day that at least one if not several Amish Buggies pass by the B&B.  We can even arrange for you to have dinner in a nearby Amish home.  

The house is decorated in beautiful antiques, quality reproductions, family heirlooms, and the owners' varied collections.  The wide board floors, exposed beams, deep-set windows, and five working fireplaces provide an atmosphere of relaxation and comfort right here in Lancaster County.

Whether celebrating a special occasion or just simply getting away for some rest and relaxation, the Osceola Mill House is the perfect retreat for any season.  We look forward to helping you experience all that we know and love about the Osceola Mill Hose B&B and the beautiful area and people of Lancaster County.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF OUR INN>>


Our Inn - Living Room -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Sometimes the light's all shining on me
Other times I can barely see
Lately it occurs to me
What a long strange trip it's been"
Truckin' - The Grateful Dead

Pat, one of the Innkeepers, has filled this room with the memories of a lifetime - family photos, love notes between her parents, the children's' rocking horse, her doll collection.  It is a comfortable room in which to curl up and read a book, play a game, gaze at the fire - or just watch the buggies crossing over the Pequea Creek.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


Our Inn - Gathering Room -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Oh I have slipped the surely bonds of earth
and danced the skies on laughter silvered wings."
High Flight by John Gillespie Magee

This truly is Ron's room - filled with all of his books, models and memorabilia of his past career in teaching aviation and his continued passion for airplanes.  It is the original heart and hearth of the Mill House - and the room in which our guests still gather to socialize and rest.  Coffee, teas, hot chocolate and light snacks are always available here to boost your soaring spirits!  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>


Our Inn - Dining Room -  [Take a Virtual Tour]

"Good eating and drinking
Keep body and soul together"
-German proverb

Each morning in the comfortable sunlit dining room, we serve a hearty breakfast.  Fine coffee and teas, juice, a fresh fruit dish, a hot breakfast entre and home baked muffins or breads are always on the menu.  Candles, soft music and the companionship of the other guests make for a relaxing way to start your day.  TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THIS ROOM>>