Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Denver

Address: 2031 N Reading Rd, Denver, Pennsylvania, 17517-9168, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2031 N Reading Rd, Denver, is near Green Dragon Farmer's Market, Ephrata Cloister, Rennigers Antique and Collectors Market, and Stoudtburg Antiques Mall.
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        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Denver

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Denver

        Niagara to Lancaster

        A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Oct 01, 2015

        1 comment

        ... no need for education, they all do manual apprenticeships, it is monitored by US government. We have seen many of the buggys on the road, they are just like you see in the movies. We are going out to a farm in the morning, am hoping to purchase some genuine Amish goodies, may need three suitcases to come home. Amish means Gods Children.

        we have come into rain today, am hoping the hurricane Joaquin is not going to hit Washington when we ...

        Fall fun!

        A travel blog entry by dianelbrown on Sep 17, 2015

        15 photos

        ... Next we drove to Queentson for lunch, then drove along the parkway to Niagara on the Lake. We enjoyed tea and beer on the patio at ?? Hotel. In the evening we walked down to the falls enjoying the beautiful warm evening and got some great photos of the falls with the lights. Thursday morning it was time to head on to points south with Lancaster, Pennsylvania our next stop. After travelling through hilly terrain for most of the drive, ...

        Amish country

        A travel blog entry by dmuir on Sep 14, 2015

        4 comments, 3 photos

        ... or crops, it was very interesting watching fields been ploughed by a crew of 4-6 horses very carefully managed by the farm hands. A teenage girl guiding a team of horse with a large trailer full of maze. Had some homemade ice cream very yummy. Well folks you are not going to believe this the the dairy farm has a drive through window where the locals get milk, butter, cream etc quite a weird thing to see on an Amish farm. We explore the country kettle centre in the town ...

        Train towns

        A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 28, 2013

        21 photos

        ... Vice Presidents’ of the railroad, and so with 1 president and 23 vice presidents they bought the railway. They found it hard to make the freight traffic pay and eventually decided to try a tourist train. That was so successful the little diesel could not handle the traffic and so they bought a cheap steam engine. So the story goes on. They are now a successful tourist attraction running an intensive passenger service. They still also pull freight into town and they now also ...

        Day 12 - An Unexpected Day Off

        A travel blog entry by monahan on Sep 08, 2011

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... I said already – it’s a big mess around here. Though most of the water in Hershey is off the roads now, surface streets are covered in mud and lots of folks are pumping water out of their basements. Several cars lay around abandoned – obviously washed to a location where their owner’s did not leave them initially. A ten-foot section of highway got totally ripped up – it sank a couple of feet below the level of the rest ...