Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Fulton Steamboat Inn

As you travel past the commercial outlets along route 30 in Lancaster, you may have spotted the famous Steamboat Inn, a victorian style hotel located in a steamboat. So now you may be wondering, why a steamboat? It's due to the fact that Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steamboat was born nearby. So it's only fitting to have a steamboat hotel to honor him? Right!

Aside from the kitsch of the place, it's a very fine hotel with spacious rooms, king sized beds, and flat screen televisions. Not to mention the fine dining thats available in the immaculate restaurant.

If you're looking for a place to stay in Lancaster that's a little more unique than the Holiday Inn, Outta the Way would recommend a stay at the Steamboat Inn, or the Red Caboose Motel. Even if you don't check in to these two unique lodging establishments, be sure to check them out!

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