York County, PA, is filled with enough beautiful views, delicious food, and fabulous attractions to fill a weekend getaway. When you decide to visit our county, make sure you pick a place to rest your head that is equally cool as all the activities you’ll be doing. We’ll help you out with some of the most Instagram-able places to stay in York County.
This quaint bed and breakfast is just steps away from the beautiful York County Heritage Rail Trail, making it the perfect place to stop and rest for bikers and hikers alike. Enjoy a cup of coffee in the beautiful gardens or sip a glass of wine in the impressive wine cellar. Either way, be sure to document your stay with the perfect photo.
Gifford Pinchot State Park is a 2,338-acre full-service park in northern York County. This beautiful park offers cabins, tents, and RV accommodations. For a taste of something a little different, check out the Yurt rentals. Yurts are round, walled tents on a wooden deck. Wake up lakeside in this unique accommodation for the perfect sunrise shot.
Tru by Hilton is a revolutionary re-think of a typical mid-priced hotel now with a hip, new vibe. The lobby is the place to be with lots of games available, a beautiful mural of the York area, and plenty of snacks available at the Top It Off Bar and Marketplace.
The Inn at Terra Farms is one of the oldest homes still standing in one of the oldest areas of the county. Surrounded by beauty, the inn sits on a 48-acre farm with fields of flowers and animals. Relax and enjoy the natural beauty at Terra Farms. The fields of flowers in the spring, summer, and fall are gorgeous. Rent a room … rent the whole house … tour the farm … enjoy the good life.
Combining luxury and comfort, Big Mount Glamping tents are a nature lover’s dream come true, set on an 168-acre historic farm that was known to be the camping site of the Confederate Army during the Civil War. The Safari Style Luxury Tents are hand crafted from native cedar logs; the tin roof provides a rustic chic feel. The team has designed the site to be ideal for a party-of-four secluded retreat, perfect for two couples or a big family.
The Haines Shoe House is a historical icon that can be rented for overnight stays. Inside this unique shoe-shaped accommodation, you’ll find shoe-themed memorabilia and rooms such as the Ankle Abode and Shoelace Space. The Haines Shoe House has received a Historical Marker from the Pennsylvania Museum Commission in recognition of the mark on history that the Shoe House has made over the years.
Just passing by? Photos of the structure are permitted from outside the fenced grounds.
Situated in the heart of downtown York City, the one-of-a-kind and magnificently-restored Yorktowne Hotel is the ideal location for visitors of York and lovers of art and history. This grand hotel borrows from its rich history and blends it with the contemporary, including a new rooftop bar with fabulous views of the city. Walk one block south and you’ll be at the edge of Royal Square District and its new Mural Park featuring a wide variety of vibrant murals that will make the perfect backdrop for your photos.
Renovated in December 2020, comfort and convenience await at Four Points by Sheraton York. Situated near Downtown York, this modern hotel makes the perfect home base for your adventures. Outfitted with special touches that pay homage to local history, these spacious rooms are a traveler’s dream. If you get hungry, venture down to Trio Restaurant for a bite to eat.