Hotels in York, PAPennsylvania
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The Yorktowne Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton0.15 miles
Tru by Hilton York1.26 miles
Homewood Suites by Hilton York2.06 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites York South3.01 miles
Home2 Suites by Hilton York3.06 miles
Hampton Inn York3.38 miles
Hampton Inn Shrewsbury13.70 miles
Hampton Inn Hanover17.01 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites Mount Joy/Lancaster West17.80 miles
Hampton Inn Harrisburg West20.77 miles
Homewood Suites by Hilton Harrisburg-West Hershey Area20.78 miles
Explore Pennsylvania Dutch Country from York Hotels
Steeped in history from the Revolutionary War to its ties with the underground railroad, York carries its idyllic colonial charm through to the modern day. Whether you’re picking up fresh produce at the Penn Market or stepping back in time at its riveting Colonial Complex, there’s something for everyone staying at York hotels.
Aside from its storied history, York boasts some unique neighborhoods. The WeCo District is home to the Penn Market, the oldest running farmers’ market in the country and has been open since 1866. Peruse its storefronts where you can find fresh produce and delicatessen and artisanal gifts from local makers. Nearby, the Royal Square (as evidenced by the street names) is home to eclectic boutiques, charming sidewalk cafes and more.
Indulge in the Best of Pennsylvania from Hotels in York
If you’re in need of a respite from the tourist crowds of downtown, the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail offers panoramic views of the Pennsylvania countryside while serving up the very best varietals straight from Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Spanning York County, Hershey, Gettysburg, Lancaster and south to the Mason-Dixon Line, visitors can enjoy a tour of several family-owned wineries spread across three counties as you learn about local viticulture.
Revisit Colonial Times from the Best York Hotels
No visit to York would be complete without exploring the city's rich colonial history. Regarded as one of the best examples of Federal architecture, the Bonham House is often referred by locals as the “Jewel of Market Street.” Built in 1793 by a prominent York County family, visitors can tour the two-story home and explore its many period pieces and artifacts from both local and international locations.
With much of York preserved, you can get a glimpse of what life was like during pivotal moments in the nation’s history. Stroll down the idyllic Colonial Complex, open from April through November and revel in the early Tudor and Federal style architecture, a nod to York’s role in the Revolutionary War.
Built in 1741 and believed to be the oldest existing structure in York, the Golden Plough Tavern served as a source of news and information for travelers and locals alike from the mid 1700s. Next door, make a stop at the General Horatio Gates House, which reflects an upper-class English home of the late 18th century.
With much of the Colonial Complex located near hotels in York, you’ll also want to visit the reconstructed Colonial Courthouse that highlights the story of the Second Continental Congress when they worked out of York from 1777 to 1778 and adopted the Articles of Confederation.
Rounding out the trip, if you want to learn more about York’s economy, then a visit to the Agricultural and Industrial Museum is a must. Here you’ll find exhibits showcasing everything from farming implements used by early settlers to industrial tools used during World War I. In addition to learning more about life in Victorian York, there are also live demonstrations, such as blacksmithing and weaving that bring this era back to life.
Whether you’re intrigued with colonial history or want to take in the rolling hills of the Pennsylvania countryside, you’ll enjoy the charm of small-town life and the excitement of history preserved when you book a room from the best York hotels.
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