Experience a Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfast, Inn or Farm Stay

If you really want to know you’ve been someplace authentically special, stay at one of more than 700 Pennsylvania bed and breakfast inns or farm stays. Your choices for personalized hospitality are endless: A converted schoolhouse, an old Victorian mansion, a 19th century hunting lodge, a converted barn, and so many more. Innkeepers take pride in helping you become acquainted with the streets, shops, fields, forests, or mountains where our predecessors lived and worked. Whether they're in the village, city, mountains, or farm country, PA innkeepers have a passion for place, and they're ready to help you make your visit special. These family-run accommodations are authentic and one-of-a-kind.

Find the Perfect Inn

Find The Perfect Inn

Find the Bed and Breakfast, Inn or Farm Stay that matches your idea of fun. Search by location, style, amenities, price and even things to do nearby.


Plan the Perfect Wedding

Plan Your Perfect Wedding

Getting Married? Search our many member Bed and Breakfasts and Farm Stays offering unique venues for your perfect Pennsylvania wedding.


Things to do in Pennsylvania


Outdoor Recreation

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At World's End: PA's Waterfalls and Mountain Vistas

In the northern ranges of Pennsylvania's mountains rests some of the most interesting natural landmarks of our diverse state's environment. Waterfalls cascade down ancient hillsides and seven mountain ranges converge at a single location, creating what sightseers once described as the location of the end of the earth. Located in Luzerne, Columbi...

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History & Heritage

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The Age of Iron: The Beginning of America's Industrial Revolution

In 1771, an ironmaster named Mark Bird founded Hopewell Furnace in the wild depths of Pennsylvania's forested frontier. In a few short years, the fires of Hopewell would be rampantly producing the metal required to arm the Continental Army and Navy with cannon, shot, and shell, allowing the rebel states to topple the most powerful and widespread...

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Culture & Sports

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Harrisburg Happy: Central PA's Capital Wine Country

The region of Central Pennsylvania around and to the east of its capital city may be world-famous for its chocolate and endless assortment of candy, but another product also gives this area its impeccable reputation for success: wine. The Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country contains 15 family-owned, award-winning wineries surrounded by world-class a...

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