The SpaceEndless Mountain Resort offers tastefully appointed townhouses in a quiet rural setting. From your peaceful hilltop retreat, you can enjoy spectacular views of the countryside and magnificent star gazing at night. The two-bedroom units can accommodate up to 6 people. Units feature full kitchens with a dishwasher and breakfast bar, air conditioning, telephone, cable TV, VCR, gas fireplace, dining area, two and one half bathrooms, jacuzzi, cedar sauna, and a small deck.
Situated on over 58 secluded hilltop acres, the intimate Endless Mountain Resort community overlooks Elk Mountain Ski Resort, Pennsylvania's finest ski area. The resort features an indoor heated pool, hot tub, game room, fitness center, playground, picnic area with grills, tennis, basketball, mini golf, badminton, croquet, and an on-site stable and riding trails. Five horses are available to ride with an experienced trail guide, by appointment. Guests can receive vouchers for discounted ski lift tickets at Elk Mountain Ski Resort. Golfers of all abilities will find a course that suits them perfectly within a ten minute drive of the resort. For your convenience, there are on-site laundry facilities. A grocery store and restaurants are nearby.
Guest AccessResort Amenities
ATM/banking (Offsite 11 Miles)
Billiards or pool table (Yes)
Indoor swimming pool (Onsite)
Jacuzzi/Hot tub (Onsite)
Laundry facilities (Onsite)
Medical facility (Offsite 8 Miles)
Movie rental (Onsite)
Onsite - Wave pool (No)
Poolside bar (No)
Sport Courts / Grounds (Onsite)
Steam Room (No)
The NeighborhoodThe Endless Mountains, just west of the Pocono Mountain Range in northeastern Pennsylvania, offers a variety of attractions and activities for the whole family. Home to thousands of beautiful game lands, visitors here find many opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and skiing. The region's Elk Mountain ski resort, the highest ski area in eastern Pennsylvania, offers a playground of winter sports. Quaint area towns offer shopping, restaurants, fairs, art festivals, and historic attractions. The ghost town of Celestia, built in the late 1800's as a religious utopia, is a popular attraction. In the town of Wysox, marvel at the Standing Stone, a monolith jutting 25 feet above the Susquehanna River. In Scranton, relive the era of steam locomotives at Steamtown National Park, or tour the Lackawanna County Coal Mine. Other area attractions include antique shops, golf courses, lakes, state parks, outlet malls, museums, paintball, and minor league baseball and hockey.