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Historical Inn and Tavern

For over 200 years guests Have appreciated the hospitality offered at the historical Altland House Inn and tavern situated in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania. Originally constructed in 1790, the inn was purchased by Robert Altland in 1880, also stands at precisely the exact same location now. Including a third story and what's currently its current facade finished in 1911 by then owner Ruben Altland, the inn and tavern continued to flourish. Fast forward to 1954; no longer made from logs but beautiful with a refurbished grandeur for all to enjoy the Altland House was leased now with a former waitress, Betty Haugh and her husband Tom later bought by the Haugh family in 1972.

Time Changes all Things

The original Berwick Room Has been renamed Lulu's Grill where diners today may enjoy plenty of culinary delights like crab soup, also a menu staple for more than 60 decades. Travelers will enjoy overnight accommodations at the historic inn. Comfortable guest rooms and suites on the no-smoking home feature free WiFi, a speedy start breakfast and eliminate bundle specials. The Underside restaurant provides casual dining with everything from chicken and waffles into quesadillas. Specialty nights such as Wine Night Tuesdays and live music on Friday nights enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike, give the Altland House a ambiance that guests have enjoyed for decades.

Conventional is Modern Again

The on-site brewery, Center Square Brewing Delivers a unique return to history with their own chilly, Frothy craft beers that may be paired up with exciting nouveau menu things such as Blackened Ahi Tuna, Grilled Chicken and Brie Wraps or Firecracker Shrimp Tacos. As rich in history because of its culinary joys and libations, the Altland House Will be sure to continue delighting visitors up to it did President Roosevelt and many others. See more at: more...