837 Village Rd, Lancaster, PA 17602

About the Inn

Our house was built in 1925 by a Mennonite cabinet-maker and was a private home until it was sold to Aussies Richard & Margaret Mason in 1986. They moved here to Lancaster to open a B&B. They bought the house, renovated it and named it the Australian Walkabout Inn. The 2nd innkeepers bought the inn from the Masons in 2001 and changed the name slightly to the “Walkabout Inn”. The 3rd owners then purchased the inn from them in 2007 and brought back the word “Australian” into the name. While the name has changed a bit over the years, the level of service and comfort we strive to provide will remain consistently high.

Common areas


Three tables, two rocking chairs, love seat, and swing available for your sitting needs. Enjoy the breeze and watch the buggies go by.

Foyer and Parlor

Entrance of the Inn and living room. Fridge with assorted sodas; freezer for ice. Beverage station featuring Keurig and hot water kettle, with loads of pods, tea flavors, mugs and condiments. Microwave available for guest use, and popcorn provided for snacking. Brochures and rack cards for many area attractions, restaurants, shops, and theaters.

Dining room
Breakfast service at 9 AM, but available for guests to use as needed. Dishes and silverware available for guest use.
2nd floor landing

Guest bookshelf, please feel free to read one of ours while you’re here!

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