Spice up an ordinary weekend with a romantic escape to one of Pennsylvania’s many luxury bed & breakfasts. These delightful inns across the commonwealth boast fantastic views, rich history, small town charm and friendly innkeepers. www.visitpa.com
The Mansion Inn - Philadelphia and the Countryside
Located in the heart of historic New Hope, this Second Empire French Victorian Inn was built in 1865 as the home of New Hope businessman Charles Crook. The Inn now has seven guest rooms, each with private baths and luxurious king or queen size beds, and features a full breakfast served in the beautiful dining room each morning. Featured in Country Inns Magazine as one of the "Top 12 Picks" in the country, this mansion welcomes visitors any time of year.
The Lodge at Glendorn - PA Wilds
Built in 1929, The Lodge at Glendorn’s rustic charm and cozy atmosphere recently earned it a spot on Travel + Leisure’s list of America’s Most Romantic Hotels. Twelve enchanting guest cabins are secluded in the PA Wilds’ woodlands, perfect for a couples retreat from the city. Whether you’re looking for a cozy weekend of relaxation by a stone fireplace or an active weekend filled with hiking and skiing, Glendorn has everything you need.
Inn and Spa at Intercourse Village - Dutch Country Roads
Wake up each morning to a five-course, candle-lit breakfast in this AAA Four-Diamond rated, 1909 Victorian home. Nestled in the heart of historic Lancaster County, the inn features lavish suites with queen-size poster beds, fireplaces and Jacuzzi baths. Guest will enjoy the 50+ shops, restaurants and entertainment options located within walking distance of the inn.
Sayre Mansion - Lehigh Valley
Located in the heart of Bethlehem’s Fountain Hill Historic District, Sayre Mansion is the Lehigh Valley’s premier urban inn. This beautifully restored 1850s mansion was originally the home of town icon and entrepreneur Robert Sayre. Today, the mansion offers historical elegance and luxurious comfort in each of its 18 guest rooms and three restored Carriage House suites.
Black Walnut Country Inn - Upstate PA
Black Walnut Country Inn is a delightful English Tudor-style bed & breakfast, tucked away on a 160-acre wooded estate with a beautiful 3-acre lake and the regions famous waterfalls. The Inn has its own horseback riding stables and encourages guests to bring their horses for a relaxing weekend of riding. Located just five minutes away from the region’s finest museums and antique shops, the Inn combines convenience with tranquility for the perfect weekend away.
Spencer House Bed and Breakfast - Pennsylvania’s Great Lakes
One of Erie’s notable historic Victorian mansions on Millionaire Row, the beautiful Spencer House Bed and Breakfast was built in 1876. Today the inn features large suites with Jacuzzi and claw foot tubs, canopy beds, cozy fireplaces, a grand piano and full library. Take in the picturesque views of Erie’s coast while enjoying a hot breakfast each morning, then stroll down the beautiful beaches of Presque Isle for museums, theater, restaurants, wineries and more.
Inn on the Mexican War Streets - Pittsburgh and its Countryside
The Inn on the Mexican War Streets, once the home of financier and department store baron Russell H. Boggs, is now a fully restored bed & breakfast with guest rooms that are charmingly unique. Located on Pittsburgh’s North Side, the Mexican War Streets is designated both federally and by the City of Pittsburgh as a historic Victorian-era district. Experience the best of this distinctive neighborhood with the world-class attractions of downtown Pittsburgh only moments away.
The Reynolds Mansion - The Alleghenies
Completed in 1885 by Major William Frederick Reynolds and designed by renowned architect C.S. Wetzel, The Reynolds Mansion is now a luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of Bellefonte’s National Register Historic District. This three-story historic mansion boasts eight spacious guest rooms, luxurious accommodations, European ambiance and Victorian charm.
Inn at Watson's Choice - Laurel Highlands
Located in the beautiful Laurel Highlands region, guests are invited to escape the stresses of modern life and let the Inn at Watson’s Choice transport them to a relaxed time of days gone by. Begin the day with a delicious country breakfast in the rustic dining room, and spend the day exploring the area’s rich history or take a short drive to the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob. As the day comes to a close, enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep in one of the luxurious, individually-themed guest rooms and let the restful atmosphere and charm of the 1820’s land-grant farm whisk cares away.