Happy Monday!Ever heard of 'Primland'? Well it's the prim equivalent of Disneyland for prim lovers!!lol!It's the term coined by my 3 kiddies for my treat on our holidays when we stayed in Lancaster County Pa for a couple of nights and I got to visit as many prim shops as I could!! Of course I was in my element and couldn't go from one store to the next fast enough!! I had to cram as much into those few short days as possible to make up for the rest of the year as there are no longer any prim style stores in Ireland :-(My thoughtful hubby had searched through pages of vacation rentals and found the perfect place for us to stay for those two nights.We stayed in Stony Hill Barn B&B in Quarryville. It is in the midst of the most beautiful countryside and surrounded by Amish farms. The rooms were immaculate and so tastefully decorated not to mention comfortable and cozy!
This is the twin room where the kids slept:
Here's the master guest room:I loved the quilts and primitive touches everywhere:Even the breakfast muffins were delish - the smell was yummy!This is a wonderful place to stay and I would love to go back!
But the shops at Intercourse were calling and off we went - The 1812 Gathering room and The Old Candlebarn are great to browse through - I bought some battery operated candles there and this -
I was hesitant about bringing these home but it worked out OK as I brought them in my hand luggage! Got them home intact - whew!Crocks and stoneware are well nigh impossible to find over here - well anything prim in fact.
At one store I fell in love with a burgundy colored honey cupboard but sadly they were unable to ship it and any other way was too expensive.
That's it for now as I've been on this computer way too long and the children need my undivided attention for a while!
I'll be posting part 2 in a few days so check back soon and thanks so much for visiting!
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