James Manning House B&B

For one-hundred and ninety-six years people have laughed, lived and loved in our inn’s house. Our guests say they feel so comfortable, that it’s just like home, except they don’t have to do any work. I guess what makes us unique is in the way we make our guests feel so relaxed, pampered, warm and cozy.

The B&B is located in the small New-England styled town of Bethany, just two miles north of Honesdale, PA. Set on over an acre of lawn and gardens the property offers guests places to walk, sit, read, relax or watch wildlife.

The bed and breakfast is in an historic, 197 year-old house, built for the Honorable Judge James Manning. The inn keepers gladly share stories about the original county seat and history of the house and original owner.

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Latitude: 41.614361 Longitude: -75.286245 Elevation: 1437 ft
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Janet Heinly

Bed and Breakfast Style

The Bed and Breakfast offers two well appointed sitting rooms for guests, as well as a dining room with common breakfast table. There are games, books, and a library of DVD's. Outside there is a patio, and several nooks among the gardens to enjoy the beauty of nature.

The historic Federal style house is decorated with eclectic antique furnishings and features authentic Amish quilts. All modern amenities contribute to the guests comfort, including electric fireplaces in each bedroom and private baths.

Breakfast Style Served

Full and Hearty Breakfast

Seasons Open

Open year-round.

Range of Rates

$98 - $130

Eco-Friendly Notes

We work to follow green practices in our energy use. As much as possible we use locally sourced food or grow our own. Guests are invited to enjoy free range eggs and homemade jellies and jams from fruit grown on the property.

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

The inn is owned and operated by Janet and Warren Heinly.They work hard to maintain the cleanliness that guests have come to expect. The kitchen is busy with the two baking and cooking each day for breakfast.

Accessibility Notes

The historic house is not wheel chair accessible, and bedrooms are located on the second floor.

Pet Friendly Notes

The inn is not pet-friendly, although special consideration can be made on advance notice.

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