About Yellow House Hotel

Hotel Signage above Bed and Breakfast

Experience the Yellow House Hotel, a unique casual fine dining restaurant and inn in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Whether dining out or seeking a room for the evening, we are dedicated to offering you warm and friendly service and quality accommodations to make your visit one you will always remember.

Hotel History
In 1801, a hotel was built at the intersection of Routes 662 and 562 in the scenic Oley Valley to serve as a stagecoach stop and country store for travelers between Reading and Philadelphia. Over the past 200 years, the Yellow House Hotel has evolved into a restaurant and inn with a fine reputation for its delectable bill of fare, pleasing atmosphere and comfortable overnight accommodations. While the ownership has changed more than 26 times over the past years, the hotel has maintained its stature as one of the most charming establishments in the Oley Valley.

Long-Standing Legacy
The influence of the Yellow House Hotel on the surrounding area is evidenced by the local village which bears its name, the hamlet 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.

Contact us today in Douglassville, Pennsylvania  (610) 689-9410