The Samuel Aurand Suite

New Berlin, PA, United States

The Samuel Aurand Suite

New Berlin, PA, United States

About this Room

In an 1838 hotel that saw many changes this second floor 2 bedroom apartment is located in a quaint village in the beautiful Susquehanna River Valley of Pennsylvania. Off street parking leads to a spacious balcony that over looks the floral garden.

The Space

My residence is located in this beautiful colonial inn which has this 2 bedroom suite with a galley kitchen which adjoins a unique dining area. The 2 bedrooms easily fit 4 as they offer a queen & a double bed with storage and seating above the busy street. The tub/shower combo in the large bathroom makes relaxing easy after a day of sightseeing or shopping at the local wineries & antique shops. The large open living room has a gas fireplace with cable TV and lots of seating for entertaining. The kitchen is equipped for preparing a meal or bedtime snack. An antique and craft co-op is available on the 1st. floor of this unique colonial hotel of the 19th century.

Guest Access

Guests are allowed to enjoy and relax in the garden and shop The Emporium Antique & Craft Co-op on the first floor .

Interaction with Guests

I am available most of the time to visit and give directions and advice on activities & events of the area. Also I work very closely with our local Visitors Bureau and others to get the most for your sightseeing and shopping pleasure.

The Neighborhood

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 & 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 with many types of road stands through out 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.

Getting Around

Our on and off 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 is available on the streets and at the adjoining Firemen’s Field. Chicken BBQ halves and dinners are available 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.

House Rules

I ask that you do not smoke inside but outside it is acceptable. I do not allow pets. Also please be aware that others may be staying in other parts of the Inn so being respectful is appreciated.

Safety Features

Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher
Sprinkler System

Amenities

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Kitchen

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Internet

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TV

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Essentials

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Shampoo

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Heating

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Air Conditioning

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Free Parking on Premises

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Wireless Internet

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Cable TV

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Breakfast

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Family/Kid Friendly

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Indoor Fireplace