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7 Romantic Places To Stay In Pennsylvania

From upscale city stays in Philly to mountain getaways in the Poconos, there’s plenty of romantic places to stay in Pennsylvania. If you’re planning a little staycation, consider one of these charming hotels, cabins and countryside inns across the state. There’s herbal massages, cosy retreats and blazing fires to snuggle up beside.

You’ll have an unforgettable break in any of these beautiful spots…

Romantic Places To Stay In Pennsylvania

1. The Lodge at Woodlock – Hawley

This luxury Poconos resort is a spa haven that will leave you feeling refreshed and grounded. Every features a private veranda where you can relax and watch the sun rise over the lake, marble bathrooms and plush beds.

As well as spa treatments, you’ll find creative arts, cooking, gardening, fitness, mindbody, as well as outdoor and nature-based activities. The resort’s grounds have over 6 miles of trails and are dotted with hammocks to explore or rest at your leisure.

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2. Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Hotel – Philadelphia

This boutique hotel is in a former whiskey bottling facility, with hip, romantic vibes throughout. There’s a stylish restaurant downstairs and just five rooms to stay at, each with their own design.

You’ll find distinctive furnishings within specific rooms, including an elevator shaft repurposed as a skylight, a custom-made audio console with a curated vinyl collection, and a clawfoot soaking tub. Perfect for the couple who wants to explore the city in style.

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3. The Inn at Bowman’s Hill – New Hope

This cosy inn provides the ideal setting for a romantic retreat. Laze by the heated pool, sip a glass of wine on the vineyard terrace and soak up the beauty that surrounds you at this AAA Four-Diamond, five-acre manicured estate. Tip: The inn regularly offers last-minute specials, so keep an eye out!

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4. The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm – New Hope

You’ll have the ultimate romantic sanctuary here. This cute inn is on 100 acres of farmland and forest in Bucks County. Book a stay in one of the luxurious suites and experience total bliss together by ordering an in-suite spa treatment. Enjoy a head-to-toe full-body herbal exfoliating scrub, Barley’s signature Hot Stone Herbal Massage, an herbal bath drawn for you in front of the fire and a spa lunch.

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5. Ledges Hotel – Hawley

Ledges Hotel is a luxury historic hotel in the scenic Poconos Mountains. The hotel is seamlessly built into the natural stone ledges of the river gorge falls and its surroundings. The cosy rooms bring “the outside in” with panoramic views and a rustic-modern design style.

After a day spent the nearby hiking trails, relax in the hotel’s Great Hall in front of the blazing fire with a good book. Heaven.

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6. The Inn at Birch Wilds – Lehighton

Nestled in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania, this luxury B&B in Carbon County has four unique suites with a fireplace, walk-in rainforest shower, and in-room jacuzzi tub. Enjoy access to the heated indoor pool as well as common areas filled with books and cozy reading nooks with breathtaking views of the mountains.

It’s adults-only too, so you can be sure of pure peace and quiet.

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7. Omni Bedford Springs – Bedford

In South Pennsylvania’s scenic Cumberland Valley, this award-winning resort is the ideal destination for a romantic trip. There’s a world-class spa, a beautiful golf course and gourmet dining options. Rooms feature incredible balconies with rocking chairs where you can enjoy the lush natural views.

In the evening, you can chill out with s’mores (or cocktails!) at the outdoor firepit. There’s also two swimming pools and a tennis court.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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