The Pennsylvania Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns and Farm Stays
Enjoy the peaceful serenity and picturesque country surroundings, the perfect place to rest and unwind.
A beautifully restored, prestigious rated, pre-Civil War 1840’s home located near Hershey, Pennsylvania, The Sweetest Place On Earth®.
Built in 1788, the Inn served as a tavern and stage coach stop on the Historic Lincoln Highway in Bedford County.
The Inn at Westwynd Farm invites you to step into a world of casual elegance and relaxation in Hershey, PA.
1825 Inn Bed and Breakfast is located just three miles from Hershey PA, the Sweetest Place on Earth!
We have lovingly restored this grand old house into a Bed and Breakfast, saving the traditional architectural features and adding all new modern conveniences.
The Pennsbury Inn's five sitting rooms, seven guest rooms (from twins to kings) and eight acres of landscaped grounds comfortably blend colonial heritage with casual elegance.
Built in 1757, the Inn has hosted many luminaries from Patrick Henry to Thaddeus Stevens to Mamie Eisenhower and actress Jean Stapleton.
Located in Pittsburgh’s East End, our Highland Park Victorian home was recently renovated into a three bedroom, two suite Bed & Breakfast. You’ll find a cozy environment with modern and qu
Our historic Queen Anne Victorian home, commissioned by Colonel George F. Gage in 1896, has been restored to its original grandeur.
A rustic log cabin exterior, enjoy the view of the mountains and nature from your private deck.
Our 1848 Federal-style home has been recognized as one of the most romantic inns in the country.
Rustic elegance awaits you! Enjoy one of our eight luxury rooms beautifully decorated offering a romantic fireplace, Jacuzzi whirlpool and cozy robes.
Our Victorian home was built in 1891 constructed in the Queen Anne style characterized by a steeply pitched roof, fluted chimneys and ornamental woodwork.
Located in the quaint village of Intercourse that is often referred to as the “Capital of the Amish.” It is a quaint country village from yesteryear with Amish buggies and a myriad of local cra