Newville, PA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Newville

Home/Apartment
Excellent
3 reviews
6br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Other
2br Other
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  • Wifi
Private and comfortably furnished, each suite has two bedrooms, living room, dining room and fully equipped kitchen. Although pre-ordered food service is available upon request and cost extra, there are 14 resturants in walking distance. The translation of “Bryn Mawr” from Welsh means large hill. We’re set between Schuylkill and Delaware Valley. It is now a thriving suburb of Philadelphia yet has the feeling of a small village. Convenient, cozy, center of Bryn Mawr! Perfect for visiting parents of college students. Originally known as Penn’s Woods,the area is located due West of Philadelphia. In the 1800’s, a rail-road know as the Main Line was built for wealthy Philadelphians to travel to their country homes. Built by Welsh and Celtic railroad builders, the station names they introduced are still used today. The proprietor, Ann Marie Woods’, Grandparents left a small Village in Donegal, Ireland looking for a better life in America. They settled in Bryn Mawr in 1920. The building housing the Guest Suites was built the same year and reflects the simple and quaint quality of life of those times. The aim is to carry on the tradition of a cozy and comfortable Irish Guest House. Strictly theurapeutic massage is available with advanced booking. Keywords: Duplex
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
Lovely, rustic but updated Farmhouse in Amish-country PA. Quiet, peaceful, lovely. Far from the rat-race, but close enough to all necessary amenities. Comfortable sleeping for 11, though best used for 9 or less. A CHEF's KITCHEN, with two ovens, for the foodies. Close to great hunting and fishing for those who love the outdoors. A great area for biking, long walks, Scrabble games, cooking out and enjoying all that Mother Nature has to offer. 2.75 hours from DC, 2.2 hours from Baltimore, 3 hours from Pittsburgh or Philly, 45 minutes from Harrisburg.