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B&B's in Lancaster, PA Dutch Country, Philadelphia
Count on it: When you need a spontaneous, affordable attitude adjustment, Northeastern Pennsylvania couldn’t be more convenient. The area is full of scenic country and interesting things to do, all located two hours or less from Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Lancaster, most of New Jersey, downstate New York and New York City. From outlet shopping at The Crossings in Tannersville, theme parks like Knoebel’s Amusement Park and Resort in Elysburg and Great Wolf Lodge in Scotrun, historical visits like Steamtown National Historic Site and outdoor activities such as those offered in and around the towns of Jim Thorpe, Bushkill Falls, and Mount Pocono—visitors can find the antidote to demanding pace of everyday life. Northeastern Pennsylvania offers so much to do—and when your day is over, hosts at the area’s many bed & breakfasts, inns, and farm-stays are ready to help you “keep it local” while you relax and discover the area. To find your perfect accommodations, use the "Find an Inn" link above or browse the listings.
Inns in this region
Visit Northeast Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains with a stay in the Stone Mountain Inn's historic homestead, built by the Lundy family in the 1800s using stone from the mountain. Play a round of pool in the Billiard's Room or grab a drink at the stone bar before heading outside for a hike on the property's 70 acres of trails.
A TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame property, this circa 1870 B&B offers comfortable, elegant rooms and suites furnished with antiques and classic furniture.
Escape to the countryside of Northeastern Pennsylvania at the Inn at Tyler Hill. Surround yourself with nature in the Pocono Mountains with a stay in one of the inn's eight guest rooms and enjoy a farm-to-table breakfast.
Built in 1859, this beautifully restored spacious home offers rambling gardens and lovely porches.
Stay in one of the Victorian-era Harrington House's luxurious guest rooms and explore historic Milford, Pennsylvania.
Enjoy three comfortable guest rooms in this historic Federal style house located just north of Honesdale in the Pocono Mountains, featuring antique furniture and decor, ten foot ceilings, lovely gardens, and an abundance of activities in Wayne County.
Formerly known as Mauch Chunk, the town Jim Thorpe was named in honor of Jim Thorpe who was a 1912 Olympic Gold medalist and was laid to rest here in 1954.