Every century-old barn in this region may have had a common purpose, but each one often has a unique story to tell.

This one, owned for years by a stone mason, served as the location for his business nicknamed by the locals as "The Brickyards."  Plenty of cut & dressed stones (some still partially buried) give proof to that.  At a point when it had outlived that need, the barn became the property of another local business-owner.  In 2006, Lancaster architects & contractors were called upon to renovate the barn for a new generation and a creatively different use.

The old structure... neither an ivory-tower nor an eye-sore... took on incredibly new form.  It was converted into 3 distinct units -- private quarters on either end & 3 exquisitely designed guest rooms & a 'gathering room' in the middle. Main furnishings were secured from Amish craftsmen.

Included in the effort was beautifully designed landscaping, especially in the backyard where carefully placed trees, shrubs & flowers are surrounded by mature woods to make for a secluded retreat.

Why choose The Barn At Strasburg
for your next stay?

"It was wonderful to be here again!  Thank you so much for your warm hospitality.  We truly enjoyed our visit & the conversation we shared..." 

- Chris & Jenn, Bloomsburg, PA

The Barn at Strasburg