This is your opportunity to stay in a one-of-a-kind piece of Lancaster County history that was built in 1754. Hand constructed with 3ft thick stonewalls and narrow spiral staircases engineered for self defence strategies against any hostile Natives. Huge stone fireplaces that were converted to PROPANE burning fire logs, claw foot on the second floor full bathroom , a master loft retreat, private porch & sitting area overlooks the Pequea Creek . Walking distance to hiking trails/tubing/fishing and the 2nd longest covered bridge in Lancaster County . Also 2 miles from the new Pequea Boat Ramp located on the Susquehanna River .