Romantic Places in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvnia Brandywine Valley
Rolling hills, historic sites, and museums, gardens and countryside made famous by the legacy of the du Ponts and the Wyeths. Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia.
833 Baltimore Pike
Chadds Ford, PA
T: +1 610 388 1435. 6 rooms; US$ 160-
Stone house dating from 1714, with stylish decor that spans the centuries and the globe, set in the lovely Brandywine Valley.
Rt. 52, Mendenhall
Chadds Ford, PA
T: +1 610 388-5900. 15 rooms. b&b. US$ 150-
An 1852 house with individually decorated rooms, this romantic hotel is located a few miles away from Winterthur Musuem, Longwood Gardens and the Brandywine River Museum.
Inn at Westwynd Farm
1620 Sand Beach Road
T: +1 717 533-6764. 11 room b&b $109-
Not far from town of Hershey, you can enjoy the peace of a pastoral horse farm on many acres of manicured property.
405 S. Main St.
T: +1 (717) 328-5231
A beautifully restored historic mansion set on 6.5 acres of terraced lawn at the edge of Mercersburg. Mercersburg is a picturesque town with lovely, preserved homes and business structures dating back 250 years. It is located just above the Mason-Dixon line border with Maryland in Pennsylvania’s rolling hills and verdant countryside, ten minutes from the Whitetail ski resort, 1 hour from Gettysburg and 2 hours from DC.
Where George Washington crossed the Delaware on Christmas Eve. Located 30 minutes north of Philadelphia.
Bridgeton House on the Delaware
1525 River Rd
Upper Black Eddy, PA
T: +1 610 982-5856. 11 room b&b. US$ 159-
Riverfront luxury in an 1836 inn on the Delaware River.
Northern Pennsyvlania borders New York state and includes the Allegheny National Forest.
1032 W. Corydon St.
T: +1 814 362 6511. 16 rooms & cabins. US$ 375-
Here you can rough it, Rockerfeller-style, in the 1929-era vacation lodge built for northern Pennsylvania’s oil-rich Dorn family. The romantic hotel sits within 1,000 secluded acres of the Allegheny mountains.