The Henryville Inn

Address: Box 1575 RR1, Henryville, Pennsylvania, 18332, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Box 1575 RR1, Henryville, is near Camelback, Camelbeach, The Crossings Premium Outlets, and Alpine Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Henryville

Visited Lafayette College

A travel blog entry by tweinert on Apr 08, 2015

... oriented. The campus is quite beautiful with many old buildings mixed in with the newer architectures. Zachary felt good about the school - but thought it might be too liberal arts oriented - he also felt it was similar to Tufts. He felt the campus was on the smaller ...

More of Milford

A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 07, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... discomfort is short lived, ha! Ha! Another item, the famous blood-stained flag that cushioned President Lincoln's head moments after his death is a cherished possession of the local historical society. Of the 655 buildings in the town, 400 have been officially declared "historically significant".

It has become a place for weekenders and second-house owners who wanted a safe haven from New York City. After 9/11 ...

Rest Stop

A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 06, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... during its life. It is quiet. Our room opens to a garden, now covered with snow as are the Adirondack chairs on our balcony. We enjoyed our welcome treats, can't beat wine and chocolate.

Dinner was incredibly delicious. The place came alive. It is Friday night and regulars meet to exchange stories of their week in the City. Sean, the remaining owner moves around the room in his LLBean vest shaking hands and listening to everyone's travel stories before sitting down ...

Delaware Water Gap Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 25, 2014

... was along the trail through a break in the trees. Scrambling down to the base would be rather tricky and we didn’t have a lot of time, so I didn’t try anything crazy. We did head upstream a bit for a better view of Factory Falls, which was a pretty cool waterfall. Then we continued downstream to see Deer Leap Falls, the last one in the area. At this one, the water flows through a narrow chute, crashing down on a rock at the ...

Don Laine Campground

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Oct 14, 2014

Don Laine Campground was one of the nicest campgrounds we have been in since we left Roseville California. It was in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania just north of Allentown. The campground was situated on the top of a hill and you could see the all the hills below us and they were in full fall color. This was a terrific campground. We had an appointment with the Toyota dealer in Allentown ...