July 3, 2022
It may appear that Lancaster PA is landlocked. In fact, the western border of Lancaster County is defined by the Susquehanna River, which provides residents and visitors a wonderful waterway where we shop, play and especially, EAT! You’ll find stunning views, hiking & biking trails, quaint towns & fun attractions. The “Rivertowns” of Columbia, Marietta and Wrightsville are a great place to relax and enjoy some scenic beauty & unique attractions. As you can see by the list below, there are LOTS of great restaurants in and near Columbia PA and we’ll help you find them!
This Blog is all about Columbia PA Restaurants
If you need more than a huge collection of fantastic Columbia PA restaurants to motivate you to visit the River Towns, here are some additional ideas for you to round out your day:
The Historic Smithton Inn Bed and Breakfast is an easy 20-25 minute drive to the Rivertowns of Lancaster County. Being located in the center of the Lancaster County (in Ephrata) means the Smithton Inn is perfectly situated for touring the ENTIRE county including downtown Lancaster, Amish Attractions & the Trains in Strasburg.
If you consider breakfast to be the most important meal of the day then you’re in luck! The team at the Smithton Inn LOVES making delicious, home-cooked, farm-to-table breakfasts for guests each morning. If you’re worried about allergies or food preferences, don’t! The staff will happily accommodate dietary restrictions, just let us know in advance.
At the Historic Smithton Inn you have 9 rooms and suites to choose from. All have private baths, and luxurious amenities like Comphy Sheets, plush towels, large Flat Screen TVs and screaming-fast WiFi.
An additional bonus for Smithton Inn guests is the on-site Wine Bar! Weathered Vineyards Ephrata is open to the public on weekends (Friday – Sunday) and by appointment for guests the rest of the week. There’s even Live Music on Friday & Saturday nights from 5 – 8 pm!
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