At $99 or Less a Night, Fall’s Too Good to Pass Up in Lancaster County, PA

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More than 25 quality lodging properties are making it easy and affordable to visit the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country this autumn, with overnight rates of just $99 or less.

Lancaster's back roads are ready-made for exploring in autumn.

Lancaster is enriching, but folks will literally feel even a little bit richer with these great value rates of $99 or less.

There’s still time for a fall getaway in Lancaster County, full of uncommon beauty and seasonal activities, with accommodations at more than 25 lodging properties for just $99/night or less through November 23.

Whether it’s a good Halloween scare, a night at the theatre, a heritage tour, a piece of Amish-made furniture, or some mix of all of these, folks will need at least one overnight to fit it all in!

Participating properties range from country inns to family resorts to quality hotels, and booking one of these rooms couldn’t be easier, with direct links from or by simply calling 1-800-PA-DUTCH.

“A trip to Lancaster County is already an enriching experience in the autumn, but travelers will literally feel even a little bit richer this year with these great value rates of $99 or less,” said Chris Barrett, president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau.

With those kind of savings, visitors can enjoy an evening of thrilling Halloween fun with a ghost tour or at an amusement park, and then stay for a second night of theatrical entertainment with Deathtrap at the Fulton Theatre (thru 11/7) or Church Basement Ladies at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre (thru 11/13).

Or spend a few fall days exploring Lancaster’s miles and miles of back roads. As the leaves continue to turn and the last of the harvest is gathered up, it’s the perfect setting in Pennsylvania Dutch Country for stops at Amish furniture-makers down simple farm lanes, or for discovering the stories along PA’s Civil War Trails (including the commemorative Grand Review, 11/4-7).

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