4 Road Trip Pit Stops: Unique Hotels in Pennsylvania
The picturesque pastures and diverse cities within the Keystone State make it the perfect place for your next getaway. Here are just a few unique places to spend the night in Pennsylvania, if you need a refreshing alternative to cookie-cutter hotels.
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Fulton Steamboat Inn
Lancaster’s pastoral landscapes, outlet stores, and nearby theaters are just a few of the area’s attractions that draw visitors — Fulton Steamboat Inn is another one. This offbeat hotel pays homage to local Robert Fulton, who gets the credit for turning the steamboat into a commercial success. Huckleberry’s Restaurant, an onsite food joint, eliminates the hassle of driving into town when you and your co-travelers get hungry.
Feather Nest Inn
If Philadelphia is a stop on your road-trip route, book a room at Feather Nest Inn. Though the venue offers Romance Suites for couples, you can also reserve one of the Theme Suites for a unique overnight experience. Themed rooms vary from the Ancient Egyptian vibe of the King Tut room to the colorful designs of the Space Odyssey room.
Speedwell Forge B&B
Located in Lititz, the Speedwell Forge Bed and Breakfast provides a serene setting on 120 acres of private land, for a tranquil escape from reality. The establishment serves fresh breakfast each day and accommodates different diets such as vegan and gluten-free. Make sure to check out the Wolf Sanctuary of PA, which shares the same property as the B&B. You can learn more about these fascinated animals while taking a guided tour of the refuge.
Red Caboose Motel
Ronks is a convenient pit stop if you’re visiting the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania or Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. If you’re overnighting in this town, reserve a room at the Red Caboose Motel. This unique lodging is comprised of 40 train cars that have been renovated into guest rooms. A petting zoo, gift shop, and country-style restaurant onsite are bonuses of staying at this offbeat place.
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