Welcome to Lancaster County!
Our historic tavern, built in 1740, houses four warm and distinctive dining rooms, with 7 working fireplaces throughout. The King George Room features custom comb back chairs, 6 original shutters and pine door, plate rail and a stone fireplace. The Stephen Foster Room features two original stone fireplaces, chair rail, 18-inch deep window sills, and exposed beams.
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The Tavern's bedrooms have been converted to dining rooms, but present day travelers have a wide choice of lodging facilities in three buildings: the 1790 farmhouse features suites with imported English Air-Baths for two; the Annex, with exterior corridors, offers 24 rooms with two double beds or one king bed; and our main building, opened in 1999, houses 65 oversized rooms ranging from two queen beds to two bedroom suites with fireplaces and Jacuzzis.
In 1841 the Revere Tavern was purchased by James Buchanan, 15th president of the United States, and became a parsonage for his brother the Reverend Edward Buchanan and his wife Eliza Foster Buchanan, Stephen Foster's sister. Here, on the banks of the Pequea Creek, Stephen wrote some of his immortal songs, Oh, Susannah! and My Olde Kentucky Home.
Come enjoy our fantastic food, our relaxing atmosphere, and the very best Lancaster County, PA has to offer!
© 2012 Historic Revere Tavern, Inc.
3063 Lincoln Highway (U.S. Route 30)