Sleep Inn & Suites
2869 Lincoln Hwy
Ronks, PA 17572
Phone: (717) 687-5226
Fax: (717) 687-5166
2869 Lincoln Hwy, Ronks, PA, US, 17572
- Phone: (717) 687-5226
- Fax: (717) 687-5166
Amish-made cupolas, copper weathervanes, fudge, Melissa & Doug toys, candles, wrought irons items, body products, gourmet good products, clothing, and more can be found at the unique Outhouse in Ronks.
Custom handmade quilts made by local Amish and Mennonite women can be purchased at Dutchland Quilt Patch. Quilting patterns, quilting and sewing fabrics, country decorations, books, and quilting notions are also available.
Miss-Ellaneous is an Army surplus store that features army apparel.
Dienner's Restaurant, The Outhouse, Daniel's Performing Pigs, the Quilt Patch and much more can be enjoyed at the Village of Dutch Delights.
Open Monday through Saturday, King's Acres is the place to find solid oak furniture, living room suites, craft items, playground equipment and outdoor furniture.
The fine work of artists Ray Hendershot, Peter Sculthorpe, Freiman Stoltzfus, Susie Riehl and Liz Hess can be found at Wenger Gallery, located on the second floor above Miller's Smorgasbord Restaurant. Custom framing is available.
This unique shop specializing in dolls, doll clothing and doll furniture features over 5,000 dolls in stock. American Girl books, Boyds Bears, carrousel horses, and Thomas and Friends toys are also available at Aimee & Daria's Doll Outlet.
Rooms filled with Pennsylvania Dutch and country antiques in a rustic, country setting can be found at Paradise Village Antiques.
Candles, candle accessories and many other fine gifts at fantastic prices can be found here.
Over 120 factory stores, including Sony and Jones New York, are featured at Rockvale Square Outlets. Motorcoach and RV parking is available.
Many unique gift items, including handmade crafts, dolls, rugs, afghans, fine quality quilts and wall hangings, can be found at Fishers Handmade Quilts.
On certain days, the Bird-In-Hand Farmers Market is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for you to purchase such items as floral designs, homemade fudge, locally grown fruits and vegetables, home and garden accessories, wooden toys, baked goods, candies, clothing, jewelry, breads, quilts, herbs, Amish souvenirs, baskets, dolls, and smoked meat and cheeses.