Thursday, December 30, 2010

Travis Tritt, York Strand, Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast

January 21, 2011

York PA   

Country Music at it's best with blue eyed Travis Tritt! A good time to be had for a concert night out.

"You Never Take Me Dancing," the first single from The Storm, opens with Tritt's bluesy moans and a seductive acoustic slide guitar, before settling into the funkiest groove this side of Stevie Wonder's "Superstition." The song was written by Richard Marx, who also collaborated with Tritt on "Doesn't the Good Outweigh the Bad," a rollicking relationship song that grew out of Tritt and his wife's experience building a new house. "You know how they say that if your marriage can survive building a house it can survive anything?" Tritt asks, laughing. "That is absolutely a fact."

Top your evening at the beautiful Olde Square Inn  a Mount Joy PA bed and breakfast.  Contact us at 717-653-4525 or  Stay in the romantic cottage where a whirpool awaits you and a wonderful fireplace. All rooms in the inn have fireplaces and a great breakfast awaits you in the morning! We are just twenty minutes away from York Strand.

Excellent restaurants and coffee shop within walking distance.

Bring your concert tickets and receive 10% off on a two night booking.  Must present tickets and inform the innkkeeper when booking the reservation that you will be attending Travis Tritt concert.

Come, enjoy, sit a spell by the fireplace in the living room and enjoy the hospitality and architectural gem of this inn....Your going to like it here!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas Shopping Weekend at Lancaster County Bed and Breakfast

Christmas shopping is fun and available at Lancaster PA bed and breakfast, Olde Square Inn. Located in Mount Joy, the inn is close by Lancaster and it's wonderful shopping opportunities, such as Christmas Tree Hill, a wonderful Christmas emporium. You can spend the weekend in the romantic surroundings of the inn with trips out to shop in Lancaster, or to enjoy the many holiday attractions in both Lancaster and Hershey.