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The Inn at Leola Village’s design style is a mix of opulent Tuscan influences and rustic elements. Lush fabrics with detailed embroidery and antique furniture sit comfortably in rooms with exposed wooden beams and unfinished pine baseboards. In guest rooms and common areas, the combination of textures is clearly premeditated in the mix of stone, ceramic tile, carpeting, wood and fabrics.
Subtle, often indirect lighting couples with the use of subdued warm colors to create an overall romantic and intimate atmosphere. Natural light is also abundant throughout all areas of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel.
The Lancaster inn includes multiple buildings, including two tobacco barns that were original to the property. All have been restored and updated, and it is nearly impossible to tell from the exteriors where the original buildings end and their modern expansions begin.