Experience an inn and restaurant with all the charm of Old World Europe! Excellent cuisine, cozy tavern with entertainment. 13 unique guest rooms, all with private baths, several with fireplaces, continental breakfast, indoor pool/hot tub. Spectacular country setting, just 2 miles from Elk Mountain.
Nestled in the heart of Northeast Pennsylvania’s Endless Mountains in Susquehanna County, the Stone Bridge Inn and Restaurant is a European-like village that will remind you of a quaint, alpine hide-away. Here, vacationing is synonymous with relaxation. Fine dining and pleasantly inviting accommodations are yours on 200 scenic acres of forests and pastureland overlooking the rolling mountains, including the nearby ski slopes. As you can guess there are many activities available to suit you.
Built in 1979, Stone Bridge Inn has thirteen unique, tastefully decorated and comfortable rooms. The modern restaurant and tavern feature multi-level post and beam architecture with fireplaces, many cozy corners and spectacular views. The entire facility offers year-round recreational facilities.
Miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding and bicycling enable you to leisurely explore the beautiful landscape. Golf courses and a trout stream are just a few minutes away. Snowmobilers and cross-country skiers can also delve into this winter wonderland. Within just two miles there’s majestic Elk Mountain, Pennsylvania’s finest downhill ski area. But whatever the season, you’ll find the warmth of the indoor pool and hot tub so inviting.
Northeast Pennsylvania’s Endless Mountains region, a 30 minute drive north of Scranton, PA, is truly a fascinating destination to explore. Its many antique auctions and shops are an indication of its rich history.
Wildlife abounds in this relatively unpopulated area.
Once you discover that Stone Bridge Inn and Restaurant offers so much seclusion and luxury at such an affordable price, you’ll think it must be one of Northeast Pennsylvania’s best-guarded secrets. You’ll find it hard to believe that you’re less than three hours drive from both New York City and Philadelphia – just a short drive into the countryside and you’ll discover another world!