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Each of The Inn at Leola Village’s 62 rooms is unique, but the commonalities include luxurious bedding, fine furniture, intimate lighting and plenty of space to stretch out. The overall feel of the rooms is one of rustic sophistication, with accents like exposed woodwork and stone tiling. You will find that for such a sprawling property, the consistent attention to detail is remarkable, both in guest rooms and in common spaces. Most of the rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel have Tuscan-influenced décor; accommodations in the Amos King Barn and the Ada Fisher Cottage incorporate stronger Pennsylvania Dutch elements. If you like the hand-selected art and decorations found in the inn’s guest rooms, they are for sale, with price tags on each item. The Lancaster hotel’s suites feature cozy gas fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. And all rooms come with flat-panel TVs and Keurig coffee makers, and many have rain showers.