New Berlin, PA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in New Berlin

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Bedroom
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The SpaceThe Susquehanna Room is a very elegant room with mauve, green, & accents of the Selinsgrove area. The southern exposure welcomes guests after awaking from a nights sleep in the queen size canopy bed. There is plenty of seating by the gas fireplace to just relax or read a book. The large bathroom offers guests a large air tub to relax in as well. A separate shower area is also offered. Guest AccessGuests are allowed to enjoy and relax in the garden area as well as to shop in The Emporium Antique & Craft Co-op & learning center located on the first floor. Interaction with GuestsI am available most of the time to visit, give directions & advise on activities & events in the area. I also work very close with our local Visitors Bureau & others to get the most for your sightseeing & shopping pleasure. The NeighborhoodOur town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna river valley of Pennsylvania. Siting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union and Snyder county. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the Town Square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms with many types of road stands throughout the county. Wineries & Antique Shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals and fairs we are noted for. Also close by is Penn State, Bucknell, & Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau. Getting AroundOur on and off street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in nearby towns. Other Things to NoteThe Emporium (our in house Antique, Craft & Learning Center) offer classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. The 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania’s largest one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft vendors will be set up along Market, Vine and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink will be available on the streets and at the adjoining Fireman’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners will be available at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Courthouse). A quilt raffle and silent auction will be held in the afternoon.
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The SpaceMy home began as a public house and tavern in 1838. It later transformed into a general mercantile store and then into a beautiful Bed & Breakfast. It now is my residence with many rooms to enjoy. The West Room as it is known is decorated in gold and burgundy with a beautiful cannonball bed and spacious sitting area. Guest AccessGuests are allowed to enjoy and relax in the garden and shop The Emporium Antique & Craft Co-op on the first floor. Interaction with GuestsI am available most of the time to visit and give directions and advise on activities and events in the area. Also I work very close with our local Visitor Bureau and others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure. The NeighborhoodOur town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna river valley of Pennsylvania. Sitting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union and Snyder county. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the town square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms with many types of roadside stands through out the county. Wineries & Antique shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals & fairs we are noted for. Also close by is Penn State, Bucknell, and Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna Visitors Bureau. Getting AroundOur on and off street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in near by towns. Other Things to NoteThe Emporium (our in house Antique, Craft, & learning center) offer classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. On the 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania's largest street one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft venders will be setup along Market, Vine, and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink will be available one the streets and at the adjoining fireman's field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners will be available at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Court House). A quilt raffle and silent action will be held in the afternoon.
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The SpaceThe Green Room is a very comfortable, off the beaten track space. While much of the Inn is open to foot traffic this room is quiet & beautifully decorated in country décor. With a air tub for relaxing, the bathroom offers a shower as well. Internet and cable TV give you many options to enjoy a nice getaway. Whether your here for a day or a weekend the time spend will be more than worth your while. Guest AccessGuests are allowed to enjoy and relax in the garden and shop in The Emporium Antique &Craft Co-op located on the first floor. Interaction with GuestsI am available most of the time to visit and give directions and advise on activities & events of the area. Also I work very close with our local Visitors Bureau and others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure. The NeighborhoodOur town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna river valley of Pennsylvania. Siting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union and Snyder county. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the Town Square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms with many types of road stands throughout the county. Wineries & Antique Shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals and fairs we are noted for. Also close by is Penn State, Bucknell, & Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau. Getting AroundOur on and off street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in nearby towns. Other Things to NoteThe Emporium (our in house Antique, Craft & Learning Center) offer classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. The 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania’s largest one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft vendors will be set up along Market, Vine and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink will be available on the streets and at the adjoining Fireman’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners will be available at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Courthouse). A quilt raffle and silent auction will be held in the afternoon.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
3 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMy residence is located in this beautiful colonial inn which has this 2 bedroom suite with a galley kitchen which adjoins a unique dining area. The 2 bedrooms easily fit 4 as they offer a queen & double bed with storage and seating above the busy street. The tub/shower combo in the large bathroom makes relaxing easy after a day of sightseeing or shopping at the local wineries & antique shops. A large open living room has a gas fireplace for taking the chill off on that fall evening. Also cable TV with lots of seating. My kitchen is well equipped for preparing a meal or bedtime snack. An antique and craft co-op is available on the 1st. floor of this unique colonial hotel of the 19th century. Guest AccessGuests are allowed to enjoy and relax in the garden and shop The Emporium Antique & Craft Co-op on the first floor . Interaction with Guests I am available most of the time to visit and give directions and advice on activities & events of the area. Also I work very close with our local Visitors Bureau and others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure. The NeighborhoodOur town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna river valley of Pennsylvania. Sitting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union & Snyder county. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the Town Square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms with many types of road stands through out the county. Wineries & Antique Shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals and fairs we are noted for. Also close by is Penn State, Bucknell, & Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau. Getting AroundOur on and off street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in nearby towns. Other Things to NoteThe Emporium (our in house Antique, Craft & learning center) offer classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. The 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania’s largest one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft vendors will be set up along Market, Vine and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink will be available on the streets and at the adjoining Firemen’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners will be available at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Courthouse). A quilt raffle and silent auction will be held in the afternoon.
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Bedroom
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  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Bucknell Room offers a beautiful Victorian style that is sure to please. The queen size canopy bed is a great place to relax and enjoy the warmth from the in room fireplace. The central air will keep your cool in the warm summer nights. The private bath allows you to soak and massage in your own thermo/masseur tub. And of course Wi-Fi is available through the house. Guest AccessGuests are allowed to relax and enjoy the garden area as well as shop in The Emporium, a Antique & Craft Co-op with learning center located on the first floor. Interaction with GuestsI am available most of the time to visit, give directions and advise on activities and events in the area. I also work close with our local Visitors Bureau & others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure. The NeighborhoodOur town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna river valley of Pennsylvania. Siting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union and Snyder county. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the Town Square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms with many types of road stands throughout the county. Wineries & Antique Shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals and fairs we are noted for. Also close by is Penn State, Bucknell, & Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau. Getting AroundOur on and off street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in nearby towns. Other Things to NoteThe Emporium (our in house Antique, Craft & Learning Center) offer classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. The 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania’s largest one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft vendors will be set up along Market, Vine and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink will be available on the streets and at the adjoining Fireman’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners will be available at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Courthouse). A quilt raffle and silent auction will be held in the afternoon.
cottage
3br cottage
    This open concept cottage features three bedrooms, two of them loft bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 180 degree water views of Penns Creek and Jack's Mountain. A great location for outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, hunting, hiking, or visiting Universities - Bucknell, Susquehanna, and Penn State. This cottage was totally renovated and the large wood fireplace and open concept give a cozy, relaxing, vacation feel. It has central air-conditioning for the warmer months. Kitchen has custom white cabinetry, granite counter tops, and a dining kitchen island that will seat six. The kitchen is supplied with dishes and cookware, refrigerator, gas stove, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, and farm sink. The home's focal point is the large wood fireplace and has wood available for you. It can be viewed from the living room, kitchen and upstairs bedrooms. There is one downstairs bedroom with a full size bed. There is a bathroom on the first and second floor. There are two open loft bedrooms upstairs. One bedroom has a bunk. The other has a queen size bed. Six can sleep comfortably. There is an outdoor slate patio, fire circle, charcoal grill, and patio seating for six. The location of this cottage/cabin is in beautiful central PA which has lovely mountains and is dotted with picturous farms, rolling hills and babbling streams. Renters must be age 22 or older. Linens provided, renters bring paper products and hygiene items.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    1 review
    4br Home/Apartment
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Cottage
    3br Cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    This open concept cottage features three bedrooms, two of them loft bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 180 degree water views of Penns Creek and Jack's Mountain. A great location for outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, hunting, hiking, or visiting Universities - Bucknell, Susquehanna, and Penn State. This cottage was totally renovated and the large wood fireplace and open concept give a cozy, relaxing, vacation feel. It has central air-conditioning for the warmer months. Kitchen has custom white cabinetry, granite counter tops, and a dining kitchen island that will seat six. The kitchen is supplied with dishes and cookware, refrigerator, gas stove, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, and farm sink. The home's focal point is the large wood fireplace and has wood available for you. It can be viewed from the living room, kitchen and upstairs bedrooms. There is one downstairs bedroom with a full size bed. There is a bathroom on the first and second floor. There are two open loft bedrooms upstairs. One bedroom has a bunk. The other has a queen size bed. Six can sleep comfortably. There is an outdoor slate patio, fire circle, charcoal grill, and patio seating for six. The location of this cottage/cabin is in beautiful central PA which has lovely mountains and is dotted with picturous farms, rolling hills and babbling streams. Renters must be age 22 or older. Linens provided, renters bring paper products and hygiene items.
    Bed & Breakfast
    Bed & Breakfast
      The Vicksburg Inn is an 1886 brick Victorian located in Vicksburg, PA, a village 5 miles from Lewisburg, home of Bucknell University, yet surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and picture postcard farms. Enjoy the serenity of a bygone era in a comfortable home that features original woodwork, stained glass windows, and high ceilings. Rock away your cares on the front porch shaded by century-old chestnut trees, a great spot for enjoying your morning coffee or tea and for watching a passing horse and buggy.
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      1br Other
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      • Swimming Pool
      The SpaceBeautiful country experience and still minutes from Lewisburg. Swimming pool, and fire ring. Guest AccessAccess to 2 bathrooms and family room on 1st floor. Family room in basement also available. Please note there is no TV in the bedroom. TV is on 1st floor and basement den. Private bath is sometimes available. Please ask in your request. Interaction with GuestsThere may be someone on the property at any time for your needs. Breakfast available upon request. Breakfast provided upon request.
      Other
      1br Other
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      • Swimming Pool
      The SpaceBeautiful country experience and still minutes from Lewisburg and Mifflinburg. Swimming pool, and fire ring, and amazing country living. Guest AccessAccess to 2 bathrooms and family room on 1st floor. Family room in basement also available. Please note there is no TV in the bedroom. TV is on 1st floor and basement den. Private bath is sometimes available. Please ask in your request. Interaction with GuestsThere may be someone on the property at any time for your needs. Breakfast available upon request.
      Cottage
      3br Cottage
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
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      My place is close to great views and family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the high ceilings, the location, and the views. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
      Cottage
      3br Cottage
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      This open concept cottage is the most well appointed rental along the famous Penns Creek. It features three separate bedrooms, two of them in unique loft area. The loft has full height ceilings adding to a spacious feeling. The cottage has the convenience of two baths with a lovely claw foot soaker tub. There are two living room spaces to watch the large screen TV or just cuddle up and read. The cottage has 180 degree views of Penns Creek and Jack's Mountain. Access to the creek is just steps away. A great location for outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, hunting, hiking, or visiting Universities - Bucknell, Susquehanna, and Penn State. This cottage was totally renovated and the large wood fireplace and open concept give a cozy, relaxing, vacation feel. It also has central air-conditioning for the warmer months. Kitchen has custom white cabinetry, granite counter tops, and a solid walnut dining kitchen island that will seat five or six. There is also al fresco seating on the stone patio for six. The kitchen is supplied with dishes and cookware, refrigerator, gas stove, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, and farm sink. The home's focal point is the large wood fireplace. It can be viewed from the living room, kitchen and upstairs bedrooms. There is one downstairs private bedroom with a full size bed. There is a bathroom next to the first floor bedroom. There are two loft bedrooms upstairs with the convenience of a full bathroom in between. One bedroom has a bunk bed perfect for younger ones. The other has a queen size bed. Six can sleep comfortably. The Jack and Jill full bathroom separates the two bedrooms. The cottage is professionally cleaned and fresh linens are provided for your convenience. For your convenience free WiFi is available. The cabin receives three local tv stations plus Apple TV for streaming or Netflix. Renters bring your apple and Netflix password. The landscaping includes large boulders and a flag stone patio. The location of this cottage/cabin is in beautiful central PA along Penns Creek. The area has lovely mountains and is dotted with picturous farms, rolling hills and babbling streams. The creek and mountain views are beautiful. *We are really excited about how this cottage has turned out. Approximate Distances: Lewisburg and Bucknell a University. 13 miles Selinsgrove and Susquehanna University 14 miles State College and Penn State University 47 miles
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
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      A fairly new house situated right on Penns Creek. The stretch of Penns Creek is great for bass fishing and some trout fishing as well. The house has three bedrooms, one full bathroom a small deck overlooking the creek and an unattached shed/storage area if you are looking to store your fishing gear, kayaks, canoes etc. There is a pool table, and washer/dryer in the basement. Right now it sleeps 8. We have three full beds and a queen air mattress. It can sleep four more if you have your own air mattress's. NO PETS, NO SMOKING
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
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      The house is fully furnished. It sleeps 8 and has 4 full size beds. There is one bathroom a small deck and sits right on Penns Creek. The basement is remodeled and has a washer/dryer and pool table. This is a great getaway for a fishing trip along Penns Creek or for a business trip. We don't allow any partying and it will not be tolerated.