The Yellow House Hotel, surrounded by the rolling farmlands of rural Berks County, Pennsylvania, provides a delightful departure from the everyday… fine dining and comfortable overnight accommodations await you.
The Yellow House Hotel, built in 1801 at the intersection of Routes 662 and 562 in the scenic Oley Valley, originally served as a stagecoach stop and country store for travelers between Reading and Philadelphia. Since then, the Yellow House Hotel has evolved into a restaurant and hotel with a reputation for its delectable bill of fare and pleasing, comfortable atmosphere. The influence of the Yellow House Hotel on the surrounding area is evidenced by the local hamlet which bears the name of Yellow House. The hotel has played an integral part in the local history, housing a general store, the village switchboard and a post office. While the ownership of the Yellow House Hotel has changed hands over the years more than 25 times, the hotel has remained a charming focal point of the Oley Valley, both inside and out.
The inn consists of five bedrooms on the second floor for overnight accommodations. A second floor dining room is available to our guests and may be reserved for holidays and small gatherings. The restaurant includes three separate dining rooms and a pub/tavern area for your dining pleasure.