|The Forgotten Seasons Bed and Breakfast in Lititz, PA|
|Entrance to the Bed and Breakfast.|
|Part of old Newport Road can be seen in front of the Bed and Breakfast.|
|The Dutch door or door that has a top|
and bottom that open separately or can
be fastened together and opened at one
time. Notice the strap hinges.
|The old stairwell in the original Tavern.|
|In the root cellar I found a stone that was used to clean off|
your boots before entering the Tavern. It is dated 1793.
|The thickness of the walls can be seen|
in this photo taken of this third floor window.
|The dining room of what is not the Bed and Breakfast.|
You can see in this photo how low the door frame is.
|This side of the Bed and Breakfast faces the new Newport Road.|
You can see in this photo where the eastern side of the building
was added to the original Jacob Huber Tavern.
|This plaque is on the front of the original Tavern facing what|
was originally Newport Road. Click to read the plaque.
|This door is on the rear of the building. The old door handle can tell many stories as to those that have crossed through it over the last 281 years,|
|This pole with a horse's head on it was used by patrons of the Tavern to tie their horse.|