Pennsylvania is home to everything from metropolitan life in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia to the wilds of the Allegheny Plateau. Philadelphia is the birthplace of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, giving the area a wealth of historic attractions. Much of Pennsylvania's landscape is defined by the rocky crags of the Allegheny, Appalachian, Endless and Pocono mountain ranges, the latter famous for its summer and winter resorts. Scattered amongst Pennsylvania's natural environment are attractions related to the once-lucrative coal mining industry as well as a number of covered bridges, one of the state's more revered attractions. Lake Erie also laps the shores of northwest Pennsylvania, offering aquatic and other wilderness attractions.
Deerfield Spa - East Stroudsberg, Pennsylvania
A spectacular Victorian style country inn nestled in the heart of the beautiful Poconos surrounded by mountain views and rolling hills. Enjoy the scents, sounds and colors of the season from our quaint porch and field benches. Stroll through the countryside and along the trail through our wooded area. Venture beyond and hike the nearby Appalachian Trail or visit Resica Falls, which is approximately four miles away. 90 minutes from NYC and an easy drive from New England, Philadelphia and DC.