For some, lodging is simply a place to rest their weary heads before moving on to somewhere else. For others, the accommodation IS the destination - a journey that leads to the quaint, to the elegant, to the sometimes quirky, but always to the distinctive. So go ahead, pack your overnight bag and get ready for a fun and truly one-of-a-kind Pennsylvania adventure. There’s a reason the industry refers to this type of accommodation as “unique lodging.”
With 38 refurbished cabooses, two dining cars, and two baggage cars an overnight stay at the Red Caboose Motel in Strasburg is definitely unforgettable. Nestled among the beautiful Amish farmlands of Lancaster County, PA, the accommodations are simple, but definitely unique!
The Arvgarden Bed & Breakfast is a Swedish-style B&B and working farm, complete with its own flock of Corriedale Sheep. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the farm, visit the flock and explore the surrounding woods and fields on its extensive system of paths, pausing at the pond.
You’re guaranteed a breathtaking view at any of one of the three Bear Lodge Bed and Breakfasts in Wellsboro. Bear Mountain Lodge, Bear Meadows Lodge and 131 Main all provide an exquisite experience with breathtaking views of Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon.
City House B&B lives in the urban scene in heart of Pennsylvania’s capital city, Harrisburg. Located along the banks of the picturesque Susquehanna River, this beautiful and charming urban retreat offers handcrafted fireplaces, stained glass, hardwood floors and arched entryways. It’s also just a short walk to Harrisburg’s famed Restaurant Row.
The Inn at Westwynd Farm invites you to step into a world of casual elegance and relaxation. Tucked away on a beautiful horse farm just three miles north of Hershey, the Inn at Westwynd Farm offers serenity found at few other places. With its luxury lodging, beautiful gardens, lovely country views, gourmet breakfasts and afternoon refreshments, the Inn was awarded 2012 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
Spend a relaxing weekend at the Dancing Crow Cottage overlooking the Curwensville Lake Recreation Area. This quaint cottage is surrounded by scenic views and tons of fall recreation opportunities.
Located alongside Sprague Farm & Brew Works, Sleeping Leaf Lodge is a rustic 110-year-old farmhouse on 65 acres of beautiful farmland and can accommodate 1-12 people.
Just a moment's drive from Interstate 80, The Inn at Turkey Hill and Brewing Co., a Bloomsburg B&B and brewpub, offers the weary traveler a unique and relaxing lodging and dining experience. This country inn and brewery gives all travelers, for business and pleasure alike, the opportunity to indulge in 23 tastefully appointed guestrooms, a critically acclaimed restaurant and recently opened brewpub. Located in the center of Columbia County, the Inn is embraced by the rolling farmlands and hills of North Central Pennsylvania.