Honesdale, PA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Honesdale

Bedroom
Excellent
4 reviews
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The SpaceThe house and rooms feature an eclectic blend of Americana and Asian furniture and art pieces. A concrete ramp from the parking lot to the bedroom facilitates access through walkers or wheelchairs. Bedrooms are contemporary with a few period pieces. The lounge and dining area has a large picture window that frames Lake Cadjaw. Cable TV is available at the lounge and dining area and another TV is available for the bedroom suite, where a collection of movies and music DVDs are available for guests to enjoy. Onsite parking is available for one car. Street parking is available for an additional car. Guest AccessGuests have access to wifi and to the front and back patios overlooking Lake Cadjaw, where a table & 4 lounging chairs are set up from spring through fall. Guests may use the lake for fishing, rowing, kayaking, etc. They need to bring their own boats and oars. All guests will have to sign a liability waiver form for using the lake. Highly recommended, however, is Lake Wallenpaupack, a much large lake with lots of scenic views and free public access to launch boats. Interaction with GuestsThe homeowner or her representative will be always available for guests during their stay. Guests will also receive a map of the area, and a list of events, restaurants, museums, antique dealers, shopping areas, tourist attractions, etc. Event listing is updated monthly. Please check (URL HIDDEN) and (URL HIDDEN) for detailed schedules of events. The NeighborhoodHonesdale is 2.5 hours from NYC, 45 minutes from Scranton, PA, & 30 minutes from Narrowsburg, NY. It has approximately 5,000 residents. The city gave birth to the Stourbridge Lion, the first locomotive used by the US railway system. The Delaware and Hudson Canal started in Honesdale during the 19th century. The famous children's magazine, Highlights for Children, was also first published in Honesdale. Aside from Lake Cadjaw, guests can enjoy the amenities of Lake Wallenpaupack in Hawley (15- minute drive), Prompton State Park, Shohola Falls, and Keen Lake. You can also drive to Narrowsburg to swim or row in the Delaware River. Area museums include the Wayne County Historical Society, Lackawanna Coal Mine in Scranton, and the Dorflinger Museum and Glass Factory in White Mills. Many Victorian houses line Honesdale's Main Street. These homes were built for officials managing the rail lines that carried coal mined in Bald Mountain, the Poconos, and other nearby mountains in the 1800s and early 1900s. Area sports include fishing, hunting, hiking, rowing, kayaking, and swimming. The nearby high school playground is also open for jogging. Winter sports include ice fishing, snow boarding, skiing, sledding, and ice skating. Honesdale hosts the Wayne County fair, farm markets, music festivals, and theater productions throughout the year. Other events include antiques and art exhibitions, and dance performances. Getting AroundHonesdale is accessible from NYC by Coach USA buses. The house can be reached by taxi from Main Street. It is best to use a car to travel to and around Honesdale. Other Things to NoteThe bedroom suite on the ground floor is priced at $60/night for one to two guests. Weekend rate (Friday and Saturday) is $65/night. The suite accommodates a maximum of 3 guests with an additional charge of $20/night for the third guest. A minimum of two nights is required to book the bedroom suite. Birthday and other small celebrations at the front and back patios may be arranged with time. Fireworks are allowed up to 10 pm, but guests have to take care of the clean-up.
Bedroom
Excellent
24 reviews
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  • Wifi
The SpaceComfortable, grand old Queen Anne Victorian with 3 private bedrooms, 1.5 private bathrooms, stained glass windows, modern conveniences and a lovely garden area. Guest AccessGuests are invited to enjoy all public rooms, porches and garden areas Interaction with GuestsHost are available at all times with references for local attractions The NeighborhoodHonesdale is a lovely Victorian town founded in the early 1800's and named for the then mayor of New York, Phillip Hone. Washington Irving, Davey Crockett, Daniel Boone and other notable Americans were frequent visitors. Honesdale was the site of the first railroad in America and a replica of the Stourbridge Lion is housed in our museum. We have many summer camps, a vital and interesting downtown with several outstanding restaurants.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
9 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceWe are only 2 miles from Historic Downtown Honesdale. Extremely private location but minutes to shopping or activities. Guest AccessOn property hiking and walking trails, fishing pond, wild life, furry family members welcome. Interaction with GuestsNatalie and Dave reside at the Farmhouse and will be available throughout your visit. The NeighborhoodSee our local Chamber of commerce website for local events and activities. (URL HIDDEN)
Home/Apartment
Excellent
25 reviews
Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLarge studio. Personal, private and detached from the house. Guest AccessGuests will have use of the outdoor space and grounds. There are 2 chairs w/small table to sit outside with your morning coffee or star gaze at night, plus a picnic table. Interaction with GuestsWe do enjoy meeting our guests and are available at all times but we will also respect your desire for peace and solitude. The NeighborhoodHonesdale is a small Victorian town located 32 miles northeast of Scranton in a rural area that provides many recreational opportunities, such as boating, fishing, hiking, hunting, skiing, biking, horseback riding, and rafting. Art galleries, antiques, ice cream & coffee shops along with several the 19th century it became the site of the first American Railroad named for Philip Hone. Only 1/2 hour to Bethel Woods performing arts center and museum located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival. Only 2.5 hours from New York City. 24 miles (37 min) to Elk Mountain Ski Resort. 19 miles (35 min) to Ski Big Bear. 37 miles (43 min) to Montage Mountain Ski Resort in Scranton Pa. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get around. Other Things to NoteOne mile from the town of Honesdale. Many summer camps are located in and around the area.
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The SpaceLakeside Rendezvouz Green Room offers a 1st flr. bedroom facing a garden & a wooded area. It has a full-size bed, a secretaire, two chairs, a night table, a set of drawers, and a large closet. The bathroom, shared with other house guests, is beside the room and includes a tub and shower. Guest AccessGuests have access to the dining and lounge area where they can watch Cable TV, DVDs, or listen to music. The kitchen is only for the homeowner's use. Guests also have access to wifi and to the front and back patios overlooking Lake Cadjaw, where a table & lounging chairs are set up from spring through fall. Guests may use the lake for fishing, rowing, kayaking, etc. They need to bring their own boats and oars. All guests will have to sign a liability waiver form for using the lake. A bigger and more scenic lake is a 15-minute drive away: Lake Wallenpaupack where boat tours are conducted during during spring and summer. Guests may also enjoy the nearby Lake Prompton and Lake Keen. Interaction with GuestsThe homeowner or her representative will always be available to guests during their stay. Visitors will receive a map of the area, and a list of events, restaurants, museums, antique dealers, shopping areas, tourist attractions, etc. Event listing is updated monthly. Please check (URL HIDDEN) and (URL HIDDEN) for a detailed schedule of events. The NeighborhoodHonesdale is 2.5 hours from NYC, 45 minutes from Scranton, PA, & 30 minutes from Narrowsburg, NY. It has approximately 5,000 residents. It gave birth to the Stourbridge Lion, the first locomotive used in the American railways. The Delaware and Hudson Canal started in Honesdale during the 19th century. The famous children's magazine, Highlights for Children, was also first published in Honesdale. Aside from Lake Cadjaw, guests can enjoy the amenities of Lake Wallenpaupack in Hawley (15- minute drive), Prompton State Park, Shohola Falls, and Keen Lake. You can also drive to Narrowsburg to swim and row in the Delaware River. Area museums include the Wayne County Historical Society, Lackawanna Coal Mine in Scranton, and the Dorflinger Museum and Glass Factory in White Mills. Many Victorian houses line Honesdale's Main Street. These homes were built for officials managing the rail lines that carried coal mined in Bald Mountain, the Poconos, and other nearby mountains in the 1800s and early 1900s. Area sports include fishing, hunting, hiking, rowing, kayaking, and swimming. The nearby high school playground is also open for jogging. Winter sports include ice fishing, snow boarding, skiing, sledding, and ice skating. Honesdale hosts county fairs, farm markets, music festivals, and theater productions throughout the year. Other events include antiques and art exhibitions, and dance performances. Getting AroundHonesdale is accessible from NYC by Coach USA buses. The house can be reached by taxi from Main Street. It is best to use a car to travel to and around Honesdale. Other Things to NoteThe first floor guestroom is priced at $45/night for one to two guests. Weekend rate (Friday and Saturday) is $50 per night. Weekly and monthly rates are: week -- $300, month -- $1,200. Please note that a minimum booking of two nights is required. Birthday and other small, informal celebrations (excluding weddings and other more formal events) may be held at the front or back patio. They have to be arranged with the homeowner with time. Fireworks are allowed. Guests have to take care of the clean-up after their celebrations.
hotel
Poor
23 reviews
28br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Honesdale, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Wayne County Historical Society Museum, Wayne County Courthouse, and Wayne Memorial Hospital. Honesdale Golf Club is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) away.
hotel
Poor
96 reviews
20br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Honesdale, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Wayne Memorial Hospital, Wayne County Courthouse, and Wayne County Historical Society Museum. Honesdale Golf Club is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) away.
hotel
Good
69 reviews
1br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in the mountains, this resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of Wayne County Courthouse, Wayne County Historical Society Museum, and Wayne Memorial Hospital. Dorflinger Glass Museum and Honesdale Golf Club are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Other
Excellent
19 reviews
1br Other
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
Guest AccessGuests have access to all common rooms, patios and custom heated pool and beautiful patio area with propane fire pit table and outside tv. Guest are limited to 1st floor. Interaction with GuestsHosts will be available to assist guests during their stay. Guests choose the level of interaction they would like with the hosts. The NeighborhoodMinutes from Historic Downtown Honesdale with farmers markets, cafes, shoppes, scenic train rides. Honesdale is home to The Stourbridge Lion, the first steam locomotive, and is the birthplace of the American Railroad. Guests can also enjoy nearby activities at Lake Wallenpaupack only 10 minutes away, Prompton State Park, Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour, Dorflinger Glass Museum. This home is 30 minutes from shopping in Shoppes at Montage, Scranton, and Dickson City. Montage Mountain, Big Bear, Elk Mountain are a short drive away for the skier and snowboarder. Montage Mountain also has a summertime waterpark. 36 acres of property with walking trails. Guests welcome to hunt with valid PA State Hunting License required and all PA State Game Laws and Game Commission Regulations apply. The sportsman can enjoy local fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, golf, rowing, kayaking, ice fishing, skiing, snowboarding, etc... A 45 minute trip will take you to Mohegan Sun Casino for those who enjoy some gambling, dinner and entertainment. Honesdale is host to the Wayne County Fair and offers many farm markets and antique shops. 2.5 hours from NYC Other Things to NoteWe have 3 well behaved dogs and an outside cat. They are very friendly, but be aware if you are allergic.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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Quaint home, in historic down town Honesdale. Featuring an enclosed deck, porch, and gas fireplace for a romantic evening in historic down town Honesdale. With in walking distance of Main Street and all other typical tourist locations, within 1 mile of train station.