come and stay in this newly constructed townhouse in an old world style village setting.
This brand new town home is in the heart of stoudtburg village.
Inspired by medieval European towns, Stoudtburg Village was the brainchild of Adams town entrepreneur Edward D. Stoudt, whose businesses include Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant and Stoudt’s Brewing Co.
In 1994, following one of his many trips to Europe, Stoudt decided to build a German hamlet where shopkeepers could live and operate businesses all in one quaint place.
“It’s as things were in the old days, when there were mom-and-pop stores and the family lived above the shop,” Stoudt said. “Europe is still that way.”
Established in 1996, the privately owned village is comprised of 42 Old World-style buildings which feature shops — usually about 400 square feet — on the first floor, topped by 1,800 square feet of modern living space on the second and third floors. A two-car garage is in the back of each structure.
Stoudtburg Village has become a destination in itself. There are more than 20 businesses, including art galleries, a wine shop, gift shops, boutiques, a hair salon, an old-fashioned sweet shop, an authentic English tea room and — the hub of the village — a coffee shop.
Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 4 Twin Beds
Lodging tax: 7.1
Deposits: 50% deposit required
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, PayPal, Visa
Other Fees: 90.00 cleaning fee per stay (gratuity appreciated)
75.00 non refundable for pets