By Megan Colyer · 4/26/2017
You’ve already heard about our Room 101 remodel, so what else is new at the Inn this Spring?
Spring cleaning has expanded to include other updates across our entire Inn. When you stay with us, you will notice even more details that we have updated in response to our guests’ feedback and our intention to offer the best experience possible. Here are just a few:
With 17 rooms to make sparkle and shine, we make use of the winter months for deep cleaning and updating. Every room was taken apart, scrubbed top to bottom, and put back together. They are ready and so are we!
We welcome you to stay in our fresh and bright rooms for a night or a week as you explore Lancaster County, a great place to visit in the spring for our traditional mud sales, the quilt show, and outdoor recreation as the temperatures start to rise. You can call or make reservations online at www.innatkitchenkettle.com.
Spring cleaning brings a sense of completion and a feeling of excitement to share our home. Our home at the Inn is yours when you decide to travel – we hope that you come see us soon!
We’re inviting kids of all ages to join us for a day of fun at Yummie’s Birthday Party on Saturday, August 3rd at Kitchen Kettle Village! Who doesn’t love a party? And this one is filled with entertainment, birthday treats, dancing, mascot friends, plus…it ‘s FREE!
Celebrate the kick-off of summer this Saturday, June 15that Kitchen Kettle Village. Enjoy a relaxing summer day while helping to raise funds for Music For Everyone, a Lancaster based non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and resources to strengthen the role music plays in our schools and communities.
Looking for a way to ‘Treat Mom’? Join us for this week long celebration at Kitchen Kettle Village! Saturday, May 4th– Saturday May 11th. Mark your calendar for our 3rd Annual Treat Mom event! Many of our stores will be offering treats for the moms in our lives. Shop, and enjoy being treated extra special this…
I guess you can say I “fell into a foodservice career”. My ambitions and dreams were in math and science. I was going to be an electronic engineer and had prepared throughout high school by taking many independent study classes on the subject. My other love was sports…more particularly full-contact sports.
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