It seems like we just arrived at the Apple Bin Inn and became residents of Willow Street, PA living on Willow Street Pike North. Now it is time to welcome new bed and breakfast owners on Route 272 North, the place where the Hans Herr family was generously granted land from William Penn in 1710. Lancaster County is rich in history from our predecessors. Transformation, movement, change is what keeps us alive and life interesting. We are excited with the new things that are happening and transforming at the Apple Bin Inn. We are delighted to welcome the new owners of the Inn and are certain they will continue some of the well established traditions visitors expect while making the Inn their own.
The new owners of the Apple Bin Inn are Kyle and Michelle Schick. They are both Utah natives, and currently reside in Lindon, Utah. For the past five and a half years, they have owned and run the Hines Mansion B & B in Provo, Utah. This has proven successful and has been greatly enjoyed. When the opportunity came to expand their investments, they decided to choose a B & B in Pennsylvania. Michelle fell in love with the Lancaster area when, over thirty years ago, she worked as a nanny in New Jersey. Although the owners will remain in Utah, they plan on working closely with a new innkeeper, and visiting as often as possible. They are looking forward to keeping the legacy of the Apple Bin Inn alive and strong.
We are continuing to reside in Lancaster County, so you never know; we might run into you at Central Market, Kitchen Kettle Village, Rockvale or Tanger Outlets, or maybe on a trail in Tucquan Glen, Chickies Rock, or the Northwest River Trail. We encourage you to welcome new bed and breakfast owners and to continue to enjoy your visits to Lancaster County and the Apple Bin Inn Bed and Breakfast.
Our reservation is now closed down and the new owners system will not be up and running until after March 2, 2021. They will assume ownership of our website on this date and immediately after their system updates, they will accept reservations electronically. In the meantime, if a reservation needs to be secured, we would be happy to pass along the details from your telephone reservation to the new owners. We are accepting your telephone reservations at (717)464-5881, the Apple Bin Inn telephone for 35 years.
With every best wish, Karen and Tom Simpson