Scenic Drives, Historic Countryside
...and the Freshness of Farm Products from South Central Pennsylvania
South Central Pennsylvania is home to the Gettysburg Battlefield National Military Park and Museum, the Gettysburg Diorama, General Lee's Headquarters, the Eisenhower National Historic Site, and the Hall of Presidents and First Ladies. (And don't forget the Outlet Malls at Gettysburg Village for the shoppers in your party.)
For outdoor lovers, the area has nationally recognized scenic byways, the highest peak in the state, the largest lake within state boundaries, and the unique ridges and valleys that form the center of the state. Home to Pennsylvania's beautiful Laurel Highlands, the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail affords fabulous views along 70 miles of the Laurel Ridge from Ohiopyle to the Johnstown area. For bicyclists, the Ghost Town National Recreation Trail is waiting.
South Central PA is also one of the most active agricultural areas of the northeastern U.S. and many farmer's markets operate in the villages and towns you'll see along the way.
Bed and breakfast accommodations are numerous throughout South Central PA, many of them in historic properties. B&B owners are waiting to help you get a feet-on-the-ground sense of this beautiful and unusual area. All are located less than a four-hour drive from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Allentown, Scranton, and so many other cities and towns. To find your best accommodations, use the "Find an Inn" link on the menu above. Or browse the listings below.
Inns in this region
In historic Williamsburg with three guest rooms, a cozy sun porch & spacious outdoor porches that overlook a trout and duck pond.
Planning a getaway weekend?
A resort hotel in the 1890's. Today a destination for railfans.
Close to the NS main line. Over 70 trains pass our front door daily.
The innkeepers of the James Gettys Hotel, in Gettysburg, PA, invite you to stay in their historic hotel. At this unique bed and breakfast, guests enjoy a lodging experience unlike any other.
Enjoy the romance and comfort in this 1815 country inn. Used as the first confederate hospital during the "Battle of Gettysburg."
The Baladerry Inn is an ideal choice for your visit to historic Gettysburg and the surrounding area in Pennsylvania’s Adams County.
The Bechtel Victorian Mansion was built in 1897 in the town of East Berlin. The house was designed by architect Joseph Dise of Glen Rock, PA for the family of William G.
An easy interstate drive brings you to within 2.5 miles of a secluded & quiet world. We possess a welcoming combination of amenities:
A luxurious Retreat in a historical setting, Fallen Tree Farm is both family and pet friendly. Offering the peace and quiet of the country only 5 minutes from Carlisle.
We invite you to come and visit us in this quiet setting where life is not so hurried.
Located in the Downtown Historic Area, we are just a half-mile from Interstate 81, and three miles from Interstate 76 (the Pennsylvania Turnpike).
Enjoy relaxed, country elegance in this AAA approved property. The 200 year old farmhouse was once a stop on the Underground Railroad and now welcomes you with authentic PA hospitality.
Surround yourself in Gilded-Age splendor as you explore Pennsylvania's beautiful Laurel Highlands.
You can actually feel the history when you stay in this former colonial tavern near Harrisburg that is now an inn.