We had a short overnight stay in Lewisburg, PA and decided to try the Pineapple Inn. As a Bucknell grad, I drove past this place a million times when I went to school here and never went in. I was glad we stopped. The Inn is very charming and the owners were lovely. We actually got in around 8 pm and were very tired. We went for a quick dinner and they had two rooms for us to choose from that were ready for us upon our return. Our room had wonderful bed linens and a new bathroom. Breakfast was included with our rate and was lovely. We were given a choice of several fresh, local and organic options. We enjoyed breakfast and great conversation with the owner before our departure. We will definitely return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania in 1857, by well-known Philadelphia architect Louis Palmer, the Inn's four rooms and two suites combine local Victorian furnishings, antique quilts, historic books and artifacts, and authentic furnishings from the Archbishop of Canterbury. The result is an atmosphere that combines a touch of England with Victorian America. ... more less