The Accomac Inn

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The Accomac Inn, widely regarded as Central Pennsylvania’s finest restaurant, has been recognized by Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and Fine Dining. The inn is located on the first warranted parcel of land west of the Susquehanna River (1732) and is rich in history. A ferry ran between the Accomac and Lancaster County, and in 1775 the Inn at Anderson’s Ferry opened, providing respite for such notable Revolutionary heroes as Samuel Adams, Horatio Gates, and the Marquis de Lafayette. Today, the Accomac Inn is well known for its award-winning French cuisine.

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