Jay & Kathy Wenger 

Lititz is our hometown and we invite you to a cultural experience at our historic bed and breakfast.

We were both born and raised on farms in the Lititz area. Jay has worked in agricultural construction  and stone masonry down through the years and has also worked on a large dairy farm. He is currently finishing the stone restoration on the house and farming on the farm he was born and raised on, in addition to innkeeping.

Kathy has worked in nursing and teaching down through the years and is currently a homemaker and innkeeper. She enjoys entertaining and working with food. We have a large garden and grow fruits and vegetables. Many of these fruits we use in jam and jellies for our breakfasts. We aim to garden naturally and like to use our own fresh black and red raspberries, strawberries, rhubarb, potatoes, grapes, apples and peaches in our breakfast.  We also use our own vegetables including spinach, asparagus, broccoli, onions, zucchini, and tomatoes etc. Homemade buttermilk syrup, fruit syrup and apple cider syrups are freshly made for your waffles, pancakes or stuffed French toast.  Growing our own foods and preserving them is a way of life for us.
We love the town of Lititz and this old house is rich with local history. We were both raised in the Mennonite culture and are members of a local Mennonite church. We enjoy the simplicity of a quiet lifestyle and hope the "Forgotten Seasons of those who traveled here in the past will become "remembered seasons" as the past becomes alive as you spend time here to relax, learn and make memories to fondly reflect on the the future.

Members of:

Pennsylvania Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau