The Inn at St. Peter’s Village
Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of French Creek near the corners of Lancaster, Chester, and Berks Counties in Pennsylvania is where you will find The Inn at St. Peter’s Village. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn at St. Peter’s was created in 1881 by Dave Knauer.
The construction of “Excursion House” marked the beginning of Knauer’s realization of the village as a recreational weekend retreat. This truly majestic structure underwent a complete revitalization in 2005, bringing it back to its former glory. As you relax with a cool drink or dine on the delicious Italian cuisine in one of our three outdoor patios, you will be serenaded by the flowing waters and dazzled by the amazing view of the ancient rocks and lush green landscapes of the French Creek. The Inn at St. Peter’s offers 6 luxurious rooms and one suite. No two rooms are alike…each offers unique decorative touches tastefully recreated to match the bygone era of the original inn.