Change of pace in Lancaster
Posted Sep 27, 2016
We stayed in this hotel, just for one evening, on our way home. We wanted someplace that wasn't a cookie cutter hotel, and away from the main tourist areas. This hotel, an old tobacco factory, with an emphasis on interesting art work, most of it for sale, and unique, beautiful furnishings, fit the bill perfectly. It starts in the lobby, filled with unusual chairs, open stairways, brick and old wooden walls. No large check in counter, but two smaller desks are welcoming. The decor is unique and art driven, from the pictures on the walls in the rooms and hallways, to the elegant headboard and bench in our room, to the mirror in the bathroom. There are fluffy bathrobes, wine glasses, coffee maker, a wine cooler. Even the bathroom toiletries are an unusual orange scent. The art theme is carried out with a doodle pad on the desk, and even to the door magnets asking for privacy or for the room to be made up.