Places To Stay

Lewisburg offers several overnight options in the heart of the Lewisburg historic district, within easy walk of downtown shopping, dining, entertainment and Bucknell University.

SVVB-081410-070-300x199Well-known Philadelphia architect Lewis Palmer built the property now home to the The Pineapple Inn in 1857. Its rooms and suites are furnished with Victorian era antiques, antique quilts, historic books combining a touch of England with Victorian America. The Carriage House at the Pineapple Inn is also available for short-and long-term rentals. The Inn is located in downtown along Market Street —

The Copper Beech Manor is a beautifully restored 1857 Federal located on Market Street close to the Susquehanna River in a historic neighborhood at the edge of the downtown business district. The Manor is named for a beautiful Copper Beech tree in its inviting backyard garden —

The Tawsty Flower is Lewisburg’s newest lodging located in the historic neighborhood between Bucknell University and downtown. It combines the charm and warmth of a bed and breakfast with the amenities of a boutique hotel —

The Lewisburg Hotel has been operated as a downtown hotel for more than 150 years. All Pennsylvania governors from the time it was built in the early 1800’s through the turn of the century stayed at the Hotel, along with Big Band musicians, and the poet Walt Whitman. The Hotel features historic rooms, a fine dining restaurant that serves lunch and dinner daily, a hotel lounge and additional motel rooms added in the 1950’s —

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