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  • 472 Tall Maple Rd. Forksville, PA 18616
    570-924-4166
    The White House Bed & Breakfast
  • 958 Eisenberger Rd. Strasburg, PA 17579-9735
    717-687-8585
    Welcome to their B&B and to the hospitality of the Amish countryside of Lancaster County and the Pequea Valley. Whether you come as a guest for a quiet evening's stay and breakfast in the morning,...
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  • 3156 White Oak Rd. Quarryville, PA 17566-9387
    717-687-6207
    Cool, quiet country setting overlooking Amish farmland. From tent to full hook-up RV's in wooded or grass campsites. Free hot showers, clean facilities and friendly staff.
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  • Three miles west of Tidioute Tidioute, PA 16351
    814-723-9212
    Log cabin near Tidioute with all conveniences, sleeps up to eight guests; supply linens and personal items. No pets.
  • 1060 E. Chocolate Ave. Hershey, PA 17033-1217
    717-533-9876
    Family owned and operated motel. Well maintained and very clean. All rooms are non-smoking with king or queen sized beds. Refrigerators, microwaves, hairdryers, coffeepots, and DVD players in...
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  • 4499 Milligan's Cove Rd. Manns Choice, PA 15550
    814-623-5583
    White Sulphur Springs
  • South 10th Street, Route 22 Huntingdon, PA 16652
    814-643-0736
    White Tail Ridge Inn is located in a very private and tranquil setting just minutes from everything in the Raystown Lake area. It is also only 35 minutes from State College, PA and Penn State...
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  • 383 State Line Rd Darlington, PA 16115-3421
    724-846-5984
  • 3058 Cathers Run Rd. Clarington, PA 15828-1706
    814-752-2205
    White's Haven Campground is located between Cook Forest and Clear Creek State Park. Family and pet friendly with a fishing pond, clean restrooms, and laundry.    
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  • 626 Center St. Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-2116
    800-320-1742
    Whitehurst is the newest and oldest building in Jim Thorpe. The newly renovated guest house was originally home to the town’s founder, Josiah White. Constructed in 1822 and renovated in 2004.
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