Enjoy an evening of Victorian pastimes. Relax by the fireplace in the foyer surrounded by a collection of Santas. Common areas for guests include a Victorian parlour with working victrola, player piano and steroptic viewer. Sit on the front porch and listen to the quiet while sipping a mint tea and watch the neighbors enjoy caring for their beautiful homes. Walk to the historic commercial district and purchase that unique gift or enjoy fine dining in a charming Victorian village.
Indulge in a gourmet breakfast served in the large dining room with antique glassware and linens. Weather permit. . .
Near the heart of Victorian Bellefonte, in the Historic District....
One mile from I-99, 3 miles from I-80, 10 miles from Beaver Stadium and the main Penn State campus, and in the middle of some of the best trout fishing country in the East.
We're looking forward to your visit, and will do everything possible to make your stay comfortable and relaxing
We offer roomy, old-fashioned and spotless bedrooms with European-style accommodations, early-morning coffee or tea and a paper in your room, and an evening toast with the hosts of the day's successes battling the elusive trout.. . .
When you plan a visit to Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, treat yourself by reserving a guest room at our historic and friendly College Hill Bed & Breakfast. Our personally restored B&B has been a home away from home for thousands of travelers since 2004.
We are conveniently located in the College Hill section of the historic district in the Town of Bloomsburg. It is a short walk to Bloomsburg University's campus or to downtown shopping, art galleries, Alvina Krause Theatre, and fine restaurants. After a day of visiting area attractions such as Ricketts Glen, Knoebels Amusement Park, numerous anti. . .
The Summit Inn is a mountaintop landmark--a grand porch hotel renowned for its panoramic five-county views and its nostalgic fireplace atmosphere. Everyone who visits will find comfortable, thoughtful service and every opportunity to relax.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The closest inn accommodations to Frank Lloyd Wright´s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob.. . .
Your local hosts offer you warmth and hospitality in their gracious accommodations, as well as fine dining in their gourmet restaurant and bar next door to the Inn.
Peter Herdic was Williamsport's most influential citizen and a foremost lumber baron in the late 1800s. When he arrived, Williamsport had a population of about 2,000. By his death in 1888, he had transformed Williamsport into a thriving lumber capital, some 20,000 citizens strong.
Guests may choose from several spacious rooms which offer the charm of a Victorian home. Comfort and relaxation may be enjoyed on the shaded porc. . .