About this Room
Located in The Samuel Aurand House this room offers a beautiful canopy bed and fireplace with an excellent view of the south and west points of the town. The large two person massage tub offers a relaxing and quiet place to relieve the day’s stresses.
The Bucknell Room offers a beautiful Victorian style that is sure to please. The queen size canopy bed is a great place to relax and enjoy the fireplace located in your room. The central air will keep you cool on the warm summer nights. The private bath allows you to soak and massage in your own thermo/masseur tub. And of course Wi-Fi is available throughout the house.
Guests are allowed to relax and enjoy the garden area as well as shop in The Emporium, an antique & craft co-op with learning center located on the first floor.
Interaction with Guests
I am available most of the time to visit, give directions and advise on activities and events in the area. I also work closely with our local Visitors Bureau & others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure.
Our town is a sleepy German village in the central Susquehanna River Valley of Pennsylvania. Sitting along Penns Creek, it is a dividing line between Union and Snyder counties. With a population of just over 800 it was the original county seat of Union County. The courthouse building still stands in the Town Square and houses the Courthouse Museum. Our area is rich in history with museums, covered bridges, and Amish farms that offer many types of road stands throughout the county. Wineries & antique shoppes also dot the area not to mention the many festivals and fairs we are noted for. Also close by are Penn State, Bucknell, & Susquehanna Universities. For a better look at our area check with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau.
Our on street parking is very convenient. Car rentals are available at the local airports. Taxi service can also be found in nearby towns.
Other Things to Note
The Emporium (our in house antique, craft & learning center) offers classes from time to time and staying with us makes a great time to take a class or two. The 4th weekend in August the town celebrates New Berlin Days. Central Pennsylvania’s largest one day street festival features purveyors of fine antiques, arts, and crafts. Approximately 50 antique dealers and 50 craft vendors are set up along Market, Vine and Plum Streets. Traditional Pennsylvania German and American festival food and drink are also available on the streets and at the adjoining Fireman’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners are offered at the Social Hall. Entertainment plus an open house at The New Berlin Heritage Museum (the original 1815 Union County Courthouse) makes for a great day. A quilt raffle and silent auction are held in the afternoon.
There is no smoking inside the Inn but it is allowed in the outside areas. I also ask that you be aware of others staying here and you show respect to all.
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
- Accommodates: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Bed type: Real Bed
- Bedrooms: 1
- Beds: 1
- Check In: 3:00 PM
- Check Out: 11:00 AM
- Availability: 1 night min stay
- Pet Owner: Dog(s)
- Property type: House
- Room type: Private room