As your travels take you across the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, enjoying the sights, sounds and tastes of the area, may we suggest the following Bed & Breakfasts that surround the Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail for your enjoyment.
Please contact them directly for more information.
Copper Beech Manor is located in the heart of downtown Lewisburg, within its charming national registered
historic district. Copper Beech Manor is truly a "home away from home" while still maintaining an atmosphere of
relaxed elegance for the most discriminating guest.Copper Beech Manor
The Limestone Inn is a historic farmhouse built in 1800 and nestled in a tranquil Pennsylvania limestone valley at the base of Tussey Mountain. We are conveniently located only minutes away from Penn State University and State College, yet many miles away from any worries.
Contact the innkeepers for more information concerning availability and reservations.Dave and Carrie
Prior to its new life as The Tawsty Flower B & B, 106 South 4th Street has been the home to many Lewisburg families, students, and even a business or two. Originally built in about 1850 the building served as a typical two sided Pennsylvania "double home". In later years it housed as a tea room and the restaurant "Higgins of Lewisburg".In the 1980's it was converted to a rooming house and college rental where it saw over 20 years of hard wear and tear.
The home was purchased in 2005 and converted into the owner's residence and a Bed and Breakfast Inn. Careful planning went into the floor plan. Knowing the home would be both a residence and an inn. We laid out the rooms to allow complete freedom, privacy, and convenience to our guests. It's our goal to see that your stay with us is easy, relaxing, and most of all enjoyable. .ne and Bob Albin, Propietors 106 S 4th Street Lewisburg, PA 17837 570.522.6600 firstname.lastname@example.org
All of our Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail Association members are small, family-owned wineries, operated independently. Each has a unique experience and rich history and provides their own original touches that reflect the many varieties of wine offered. Wineries each host events and are open to the public at varying hours. Some will offer food and entertainment at different times throughout the year. Most, if not all, wineries will participate in our annual events. To ensure you have the best possible experience at each of our wineries during your time in the Susquehanna Heartland, we encourage you to visit each winery’s profile page and individual website. You are also encouraged to call the wineries directly to ask specific questions about winery entertainment, hours, policies and wine selections. We do our best to ensure current and accurate information about all Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail Association participating wineries. But unfortunately, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Thanks for visiting!