The Conewago Inn has offered upscale casual dining for decades. In its early days, York Haven Road was a main route from York and the southern states, and was traversed by a stagecoach line which brought many famous visitors, including author Charles Dickens in 1842. Prior to and during the American Civil War, slaves escaping from the south were hidden in what is now the basement of the Inn as well as in a barn which stood across the road. Our family has operated the Inn for more than twenty years. We warmly welcome all to enjoy the historical ambiance of the Inn, while savoring the best in culinary delights with the most hospitable service.