With numerous B&Bs to choose from — ranging from the rustic and rural to the elegant, extraordinary, and unexpected, you’re sure to find a PA bed and breakfast that fits the bill.
Nothing complements a vacation more than having a warm and cozy place to rest your head as you drift off to sleep at night and brings a smile to your face when you wake in the morning. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway with that special someone, a unique locale for that girls’ (or guy’s!) weekend away or a fun and truly one-of-a-kind Pennsylvania adventure the whole family can enjoy, a PA bed and breakfast will make for a memorable experience — complete with a scrumptious breakfast.
History lives on in the bed and breakfasts of Tioga County. The Old Wellsboro Inn, built in 1821 as a stagecoach stop and tavern for travelers passing through the area, continues to welcome travelers ready to relax and enjoy the comforts of this charming inn. Located along a lovely gas-lit boulevard in Wellsboro, the Packer House Inn was originally the home of Dr. Nelson Packer, a renowned Civil War surgeon and his family distinguished and generous philanthropists. The innkeepers at each of these historic B&Bs offer wonderfully delicious, full breakfasts, and both properties provide easy access to the PA Grand Canyon!
The Carlisle House Bed & Breakfast in Historic Downtown Carlisle in southcentral PA is well-known among the B&B crowd for its bountiful gourmet breakfasts that feature internationally themed quiches freshly baked each morning, home-made bread, muffins, and coffee cake, and crunchy granola. The Carlisle House offers the ambience of a classic Federal style home, but with all the modern-day amenities, and is just a relatively short drive from the historic battlefields of Gettysburg.
Watch the sun set over Lake Erie at the Light on the Lake Bed and Breakfast in scenic North East — just 16 miles east of the city of Erie, and then wake in the morning to the delectable scents of French toast, a crustless spinach quiche or possibly a delightful ham and broccoli strata. Enjoy the recreational opportunities of the lake or find a peaceful haven to simply relax while enjoying the panoramic views of scenic Lake Erie from the B&B’s expansive deck.
History buffs will delight in the circa 1714 Morgan Hughes Homestead in Towamencin Township, Montgomery County. Once owned by the Morgan family (as in J.P. Morgan), the homestead has ties to other well-known families including the American folk hero, Daniel Boone. The homestead’s main house and barn were built around 1714 with fieldstone and each feature many of the original rafters and flooring, while numerous doors and “six-over-nine” windows amazingly still have their original, handmade glass and hardware! Visitors have the choice of rooms in the original Manor House that offer the look and feel of the 1700s but with all the modern amenities, or the more modern Pool Suites.