• 50 Water Street Glen Rock, PA 17327
  • (717) 235-5918


Experience the history, tradition, amenities, and natural wonders of Southern York County and stop by the The Historic Glen Rock Mill Inn for a memorable dining experience - then stay the night in one of our renovated rooms or suites!

>  Directly alongside the York County Heritage Rail Trail, perfect for biking or hiking
>  Nestled in PA wine country and the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail
>  On the Steam Into History train route
>  Near The Markets at Shrewsbury, PA Dutch Amish and Farmers Market
>  Home of the Glen Rock Carol Singers, a nearly 200-year Christmas tradition
>  Breakfast Included With Your Stay on weekends

In 2018-19, all of the rooms at the Inn were updated and refurbished. Each room has new furniture, fixtures, appliances, and wall coverings. The Inn area is decorated with an eclectic mix of historical memorabilia and modern finishes. The entire Inn is WiFi-enabled and many of the rooms feature large flat-screen TVs with Bluetooth connectivity and/or Roku streaming guest features.

Glatfelter Suite: King Suite-Room #1

The Glatfelter Suite is named after Israel Glatfelter (1835–1920), the owner of the Mill from 1885 to 1918 and builder of the adjoining building to the east. Glatfelter was responsible for significant improvements to the Mill between 1885 and 1918, particularly converting from millstones to rollers, boosting overall production capacity, and developing his retail and tailoring business on the adjacent sawmill's Foundation (now 48 Water Street).

This suite features a king bed and a private bathroom to provide sleeping arrangements for two people.

Boeckel Suite: King-Interior-Suite-Room #2

Carl E. Boeckel (1917–1996) managed the mill as June Bug Feeds from 1950 until 1972, at which time he bought the inventory, leased the building, and ran the mill until 1980. The feed inventory was strictly sold to Kirk and Kathy Ehrhart, who operated under the name K&K Feeds. K&K Feeds went out of business in 1983 and the Mill sold to Cecil and Mary Artrip to be converted to its modern day use as a restaurant, inn, and retail merchant shops. Carl Boeckel was the last person to mill products here.

This suite features a king bed and a private bathroom to provide sleeping arrangements for two people.

GLEN ROCK MILL INN Suite #6 - King Bed

Suite #6 is located on the Main St. side of our building and receives plenty of natural light from it's 3 large windows. The room is comprised of a large bedroom with a King sized bed, and large flatscreen TV, a sitting room with flatscreen TV, and large bathroom with step-in tile shower and make-up table. The room is located on our main hotel floor and does require 2 flights of stairs for access.

Glen Rock Carol Singers Suite: King Suite-Room #9

In 1848, the original five Glen Rock Carol Singers began what is now an annual tradition of singing old English carols to each of the homes in the hills of Glen Rock beginning at midnight on Christmas Eve. There are now 50 Glen Rock Carol Singers that carry on this annual tradition.

This suite features a king bed and a private bathroom to provide sleeping arrangements for two people.

NCR Suite: King Suite-Room #10

The NCR Suite is named for the North Central Railway (NCRY) that carried passengers and freight along the same train tracks adjacent to this room to and from this Mill from the 1800s well into the 20th century. President Abraham Lincoln rode the NCR on his way to and from delivering the Gettysburg Address. Two years later, the NCR carried his funeral car along the same tracks. On June 1, 2013, Steam into History, a nonprofit heritage railroad, held its grand opening and began hauling passengers between New Freedom and Hanover Junction.

This suite features a king bed and a private bathroom to provide sleeping arrangements for two people.

Artrip Executive Suite – Queen Suite-Room #11

The room is on the third floor. This room is a Queen suite. It has been recently renovated and features modern decor with a private bathroom with a step-in shower. The room includes a queen-size bed, sofa, chair, and flat-screen TV with Roku streaming guest feature. As with most buildings 200 years old, we don't have an elevator so you'll have 2 flights of stairs to traverse to get to your room. We are always available to assist with luggage or packages.T here is also a rear fire exit that allows for loading and unloading of luggage and bicycles at the same level as the hotel floor.