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.

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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.


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Plan Your Perfect Wedding

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Things to do in Pennsylvania


Outdoor Recreation

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The Height of Autumn

Fall foliage just got a lot more fun. With so many mountain peaks throughout Pennsylvania, our mountaintop retreats, ski resorts, and obstacle courses decided to get creative with their summits for the season. Pennsylvania’s ziplining options add another exciting factor to its unbeatable reputation as one of the country’s best fall foliage desti...

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History & Heritage

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All Aboard the Fall Foliage Express

Well-known by its famous moniker, “Penn’s Woods,” Pennsylvania is one of the most enchanting locations in the country for the fall foliage season. As the autumn colors cover the states in the seasonal spectacle, there’s no better way to enjoy the brilliant shades of red, yellow, and orange than on one of Pennsylvania’s many historic railroads. E...

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Culture & Sports

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Adams Apples

The rocky, nitrate-rich soil in the fertile valley of Adams County, Pennsylvania, combined with prime altitude, rainfall, and temperature make Adams County one of the most intense and significant fruit-growing regions in the United States. While all 67 Pennsylvania counties grow apples, Adams is the largest producer, a feat that has earned it th...

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