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Twin Turrets Inn

The Innkeeper

Hello! My husband Frank and I welcome you to The Twin Turrets Inn. And, our English Springer Spaniel, Elizabeth Queen of the Turrets, affectionately known as Lizzie, will also welcome you with her toy. Frank is the President of Boyertown's Borough Council, and I am currently serving my fourth term as Mayor. Personally, I wear many hats.

I wear one kind of hat when watching The Boyertown Bears at our fantastic Bear Stadium. Bear Stadium was built in 1982 by volunteers to host the World Series of American Legion Baseball. Bear Stadium doesn't have a bad bounce except when I throw the first pitch.

As Mayor, there are other hats to wear as I also lead our fantastic Halloween Parade, our patriotic Memorial Day Parade and tap the first keg of our annual Octoberfest celebration. I also perform wedding ceremonies. Thus I am referred to as "Merry Marianne the Marrying Mayor".

When I am not donning the various hats, I am In the kitchen. I don't need a hat In the kitchen, but I do need an apron and an adjustable wrench. Yes, I can do plumbing with this instrument; but mostly it is used to open those hard to open lids. Some of you ladies can relate to that. As an innkeeper, I have truly been blessed by the most wonderful customers in the world. Some of my guests are just passing through but many of you have become more than acquaintances; we have developed true friendships.


Boyertown is only ½ square mile in size and is surrounded by farms and orchards nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Oley Valley. We are within an hour of historic Valley Forge, Philadelphia and the Amish country in Lancaster County. There is much to do so let's get started...

“All Aboard” The Little Red Caboose for an exciting excursion on the Colebrookdale Secret Valley Railroad.

Or you can catch a baseball game at the famous Bear Stadium. Our park hosts a rambling walking trail, Frisbee golf and a playground for all children. Boyertown is rich in history so a visit to Boyertown's Museum of Historic Vehicles and Boyertown's Historical society is a must. Boyertown's century old State Theater provides live entertainment.

“Bear Fever” is contagious and it begins with historic "Townie Bear" and "Bubbles" located at the entrance to Twin Turrets. There are many other bears as you enjoy your walk along our tree lined streets and see our beautiful architecture, unique shops, restaurants, bakeries and even a micro brewery. Our artistic community is awesome and Taylor Backes Glassblowing Studio is universally recognized.

Building A Better Boyertown hosts “Oktoberfest” and always has family oriented functions on third Saturdays. Der Belsnickel, a juried craft show, is held Thanksgiving weekend and Boyertown's Holiday Open House Tour is the first Friday in December.

With so much to do you should really spend an evening or two at The Twin Turrets Inn; you will be glad you did.

Boyertown has been recognized by the state of Pennsylvania for the volunteerism our folks give back to the community. Boyertown is a neat small town with a huge heart. Am I bragging? You bet I am! I am proud to serve this community. It's a neat place to hang your hat!

Twin Turrets has quite a history. It's a little known fact that the house was actually built for Daniel B Boyer circa 1865. On July 4, 1876 the Boyers went to where else, but Philadelphia, to celebrate Independence Day. Apparently at that time, turrets were becoming the fashion, thus by 1880 the Boyers added a front porch along with copper turrets. In 1891, Daniel B's family of five children was grown so Daniel B traded homes with his son Horace K, who lived at 9 E Philadelphia Avenue. In 1988 The Twin Turrets was restored to the rich heritage it deserved.



Of course all of the rooms are tastefully appointed, bathrobes provided for your private bath. All guests will enjoy a fully cooked breakfast, which is served at your convenience. Complimentary usage of a secured wireless network is available.

Romance Package

The Twin Turrets Inn & The Carriage House Restaurant

11 East Philadelphia Ave
Boyertown, PA 19512

745 Gravel Pike (Rt 29)
East Greenville, PA 18041

A fine dining experience awaits just the two of you at The Schultheis Carriage House Restaurant, an 18th century farmhouse. Then come home to your lovely room at Twin Turrets, kick off your shoes and relax. In the morning, a delicious full service breakfast will be served at your convenience. $255. Call today, you will be glad you did!

Guest Comments

"Another year and another wonderful visit. You are perfect to run a B&B making everyone feel at home." - Love Jean
"We came a very long way to stay here, but it was worth it." - Daryl, Stephanie, Australia
"We are here celebrating our 18th wedding anniversary. This is where we spent our first night together after our wedding." - Ron & Tammy
"The Inn is everything I could have hoped for." - Jim & Gay, California
"Marianne is a very kind innkeeper. Marianne thank you. It's from my heart." - Wallace, Bejing
"We are from Orlando which has a 'magical' place. We think this Inn is the 'magical' place in PA." - Rich & Julie
"The only thing lacking here is more time to stay." - Charleen & Ed, Boston
"It always feels like 'coming home' when we stay here." - Tom & Sarah, Ft. Lauderdale
"This is our fourth stay here at Twin Turrets. We don't even consider looking for another place." - Mary & Bill, San Antonio.
"I've travelled most of the U.S. and stayed at thousands of places. Never have I gotten so much value and quality in a stay." - Robin
"What can I say: Beautiful place, Lovely Innkeeper, Happy Me." - Bernice
"The hospitality, the good food, the beautiful room - an absolutely great way to spend our wedding night - or any other night!" - Scott and Dawn
"From the moment I walked through the door I knew I was 'home'. I love this place!" - Sharon, Ashville
"I travel about 40 weeks a year and stay in all kinds of places from Four Seasons hotels, B&Bs ,roadside inns and chain motels. Without exception, my night here eclipses every other great place I've stayed." - Betsy, Castle Rock, CO
"I've been in the US for a week now - on business - from one modern faceless hotel to another. This is the first time I've slept peacefully and felt at home." - Thanks. Rob, UK
"Wunderbar! Wunderbar! Wunderbar! The fellowship and food were out of this world." - Bob & Nettie
"What a pleasure!" - Maria, Chicago
"Marianne thanks so much for all the TLC you have given to me over the last seven years. I always feel so pampered and special when staying here." - Judi, NC
"I've stayed in 5 different rooms on 6 occasions over the past year. I have loved staying here as it makes business travel feel almost like a vacation." - Linda
"We've stayed at B&Bs all over the country (& in France, too) and this is the prettiest and most comfortable room we've ever had." - Harold & Anne, Fair Lawn, NJ
"Even though I just live five minutes away, I felt like I was on vacation!" - Diane, Gilbertsville, PA
"Our time in your country has given us many positive memories and we have met many wonderful Americans. Wherever we go, you can be sure The Twin Turrets will be highly recommended." - Lyn & Allan, Perth, Western Australia
"I don't want to leave! Even though I was here for a week - on business - I felt more rested and relaxed than I have on many of my vacations. I enjoyed myself & Boyertown so much I nearly felt guilty. Between the yummy breakfast, soft pillows, softest ever sheets, linens & towels, I was in heaven." - Shannon, Dallas
"First class - all the way!" - Debbie, Lake Placid, NY
"What a wonderful way to start the new year!" - Marie Louise, London, UK
"You are a lovely hostess and went above and beyond the call of duty to make me feel at home." - Erika Harold, Miss America 2003

"We are humbled by the many compliments that we receive and truly are blessed to have met so many wonderful people from all around the world and from all walks of life . . . Thank you."

- Marianne & Frank Deery

11 East Philadelphia Ave.
Boyertown, Pa 19512


Phone: 610-367-4513


Toll Free: 1-877-877-7897


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