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A Romantic Lancaster County, PA Bed & Breakfast

Specialized in Culinary Exploration and Healthy Relaxation

Harvest Moon is a Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast located in Lancaster County in the town of New Holland, an area known for its organic and sustainable farming. The B&B is also just minutes from some of the areas greatest attractions: the towns of Intercourse and Bird-In-Hand, farmers markets, Lititz, Kitchen Kettle Village, outlet shopping, museums, antiques and much more.

We’ve expanded our services here at the Harvest Moon in New Holland. We now offer massage packages along with exciting culinary activities that include lectures, demos, tours and weekend events all with the hope of “edutaining” our guests on the healthy wholesome goodness of Lancaster County.

It's almost Fall... A romantic B&B in Lancaster County to warm up with your sweetheart is sure to bring the romance out. We have a couple of Lancaster County Fall Time Packages just for you, (and a Bon Fire in the Back Yard)

We hope you join us as we flip through the pages of this new book. We hope to see the familiar faces of returning guests and we are excited to meet new guests at the Harvest Moon.

Shine On!

New at the Harvest Moon B&B

It won't be long now. Lancaster County is the perfect destination for everything fall. We have it all! Orchards where you can pick your own apples and pumpkins, Corn Mazes, Hay Rides, Fire Pits (right here in the back yard), Fall Fairs, Apple Pies and the list can go on.

It looks like the next few weeks in Lancaster County have quite a few events going on. And as I look at the list of things to do, I am reminded that our little neck of the woods is not all the little. The next three weekends have some exciting things happening in New Holland.

Moon Pie or Whoppie Pie? Although they are wonderfully sweet, a tasty treat and come in many varieties, there are many verssions of each. The Whoppie Pie, while cakey and thick, has it's origins in New England and Lancaster County. The Moon-Pie on the other hand gets it's roots from the south. Typically it has a hard cookie type outer dough and is coated with a topping.