Historical & Unique Place
Drumore Mill is a different world. It is nestled in a corner of the most rustic township in Amish Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built in 1752 as a sawmill and a grist mill. It sits in a hollow with 30 acres of tall cliffs and old trees to provide privacy, warmth, and natural beauties. There is a pristine creek that meanders through the property. The Fishing Creek supports native trout and other rare small fishes. The waterfall is adjacent to the buildings. There is a hiking trail within the property. There is wetland and much more. The combination of rustic setting, natural beauties, and historical features makes Drumore Mill amazingly beautiful. One has to see it to believe it.
Drumore Mill has all the amenities to make your wedding go smoothly. There are 5 separate buildings with a total of 17 bedrooms within its compound. Families can come together the night before the wedding for a rehearsal dinner. Drumore Mill is definitely an awesome place for family reunion and wedding combination. The spaces were designed to ensure the flow of the wedding would be seamless. The waterfall, tall cliffs, and old trees provide background for spectacular wedding photos. Drumore Mill is one of a kind.
We cordially invite you to visit Drumore Mill in person.