Pennsylvania is a great destination for travelers due to its diverse landscape and attractions. From the Appalachian Mountains in the west to the Susquehanna River Valley in the east, Pennsylvania has something for everyone. Visitors can explore historic sites and museums, take scenic drives through Amish Country, hike through stunning state parks, enjoy outdoor activities like fly fishing and whitewater rafting, and sample some of the best craft beer in the country. Pennsylvania is also home to vibrant cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh which offer plenty of dining, entertainment, and cultural experiences for visitors. With so much to see and do, The Keystone State is an ideal destination for every type of traveler. These Pennsylvania Airbnbs showcase the best of the state.
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The best thing about this chic, rustic cabin on the water might be that it comes with bikes and kayaks and offers direct river access — but it’s an overall gorgeous spot for enjoying a secluded escape. The property features an open design living space making it feel spacious. Guests will encounter a full kitchen with granite countertops and an adjacent dining area, as well as two well-appointed bedrooms, a cozy living room, and an over-the-top outdoor space. Sit on the wraparound deck, which leads out into the yard and overlooks the river and features a fire pit with classic Adirondack chairs, a picnic table, and twinkle string lights to create a magical ambiance.
This modern A-Frame cabin features clean but cozy Scandinavian-style architecture and decor, nestled amidst the trees in this rural Pennsylvania spot. With cathedral ceilings, exposed wooden beams, and iron furnishings (including a spiral staircase leading to the loft space), there’s an industrial-chic ambiance complemented by the vibrant life felt from the assortment of plants. Relax in the hot tub outside, and enjoy the large back patio space or sit around the cozy fireplace. It’s a perfect tranquil nature retreat.
This classic, custom-built cabin home is tucked into the woods of Texter Mountain. Featuring high steel beams and a front-facing glass facade showcasing the sights of the mountain, this home allows guests to connect with nature in an immersive way. The main floor features a bedroom with a king-sized bed and blackout shades for rest. In the loft space, encounter the ultimate sense of coziness with another king bed and blackout shades along with the best view in the house. There’s a full kitchen and dining room space and a living room with a fireplace. Outside, spend time on the charming patio with a smokeless fire pit and a hot tub.
This clean and bright East Stroudsburg apartment is just minutes from the top restaurants and shopping spots in this historic, hip Pocono Mountains town. The cathedral ceilings make it feel spacious and open, and the wooden floors and furnishings and bright decor make it feel warm and homey. Cook in the upscale kitchen with stainless steel appliances and clean-looking white cabinets, or relax on the cozy couch in front of the 55” Roku Smart TV. One bedroom boasts a King-Size Bed, and the other features a Queen sized bed (both of which are extremely comfortable).
Located at the southern entrance of the Pennsylvania Wilds, the “Barndominium” house is a trendy, contemporary property with an open floor plan and bright furniture and playful decor that makes it feel like a classy, adult glamping trip. The enormous glass garage doors offer a floor-to-ceiling view of the Susquehanna River and mountains outside, and the main floor uses radiant floor heating to keep things warm. The kitchen features all modern amenities, and there’s a loft with two-full sized beds. Outside, there’s a fire pit and a large patio to relax and soak up the fresh air. It’s just minutes from attractions like Bucktail State Park, Hyner View State Park, and Hyner Run State Park.
This A-Frame cabin in the middle of a private setting tucked into the forest features stunning views — but is just minutes from grocery stores and restaurants in town. Play tennis and basketball on the courts outside, or nestle into the large living room space with cathedral ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and sturdy exposed beams letting in the best of the mountain scenery and plenty of natural light. The decor is bright and modern, feeling spacious, clean and homey. On the lower level, there are multiple bedrooms, a lounge area with a gas fireplace and a deck with a hot tub featuring mountain sights. On the first floor, guests will find the kitchen, the dining room, the living room with a fireplace, and a large deck with a propane grill and fire pit.
This stylish and bright tiny home is perched overlooking the Conewago mountains feeling like the perfect space to rest and reset. Nestle into the hammock on the deck or settle into a rocking chair with a good book. Spend the day on the lake or traversing the trails (the home comes with two complimentary bikes and kayaks), and there’s even a fire pit to roast marshmallows over. The decor is contemporary, with black and white furniture and live plants adding life to the space. It’s everything a couple of friends would need for a restorative retreat.
This newly updated chalet feels like a clean and stylish spot, boasting easy access to Erie’s most popular attractions — including Presque Isle beaches and the well-known Peach Street. Guests will have the entire two country acres to themselves — including outdoor access to two private decks and a dining area with a fire pit. Inside the house, there’s a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with a gas fireplace, and a separate bedroom with a comfortable bed.
This charming studio space sits in a safe, quiet neighborhood in Lancaster. Guests will be welcomed with the most thoughtful personalized touches immediately upon entering the dwelling. Inside, there’s a small kitchen with everything needed to create a tasty, simple meal, as well as a king bed and a full bathroom. Outside, there’s a designated patio area for sitting and a large peaceful meadow. There’s plenty of natural light filtering in the windows, and the color scheme of black and white with touches of pink and a sprinkling of plants make the place feel like a home.
This picturesque late 1800s home has an interesting history — it’s said to have formerly been the residence and office of the town doctor in the small historical town of Quentin. Today, the newly renovated property sits in a safe neighborhood close to Hershey and close to many restaurants and entertainment spots. On the first floor, cook in the full kitchen with modern appliances and adjoined dining area. Down the hall, the living room has a fireplace and multiple seats to relax. There are multiple bedrooms with comfortable queen beds for resting and an attic space with a lounge area, a twin bed, and two fold-down sofa beds. Outside, sit on the deck or patio and soak in the fresh air.
This one-of-a-kind mini cabin home is a truly off-the-grid experience with a hot tub and a porch with an unparalleled view of the sunrises and sunsets. Sitting on the corner of a large meadow on top of a hill, this cozy spot can accommodate up to six people with its fully stocked kitchen, bedroom with a comfortable queen size bed, bunk bed and loft space with two full-size mattresses. Enjoy coffee or a glass of wine in one of the hanging egg chairs on the porch or around the pit. There’s a shed with outdoor games like spike ball and cornhole for those who are feeling like some playful competition.
What is the average price of an Airbnb in Philadelphia?
According to AllTheRooms, the average room price in Philadelphia is $117 per night. However, prices can vary depending on the season and availability. It is always best to compare rates before booking an Airbnb in Philadelphia. Ultimately, you should find a room that fits your budget and provides all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
What time zone is Pennsylvania in?
Pennsylvania is in the Eastern Time Zone (ET), which is five hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The state observes Daylight Saving Time (DST) from March to November, when clocks are moved forward an hour. During this time, Pennsylvania is four hours behind UTC.
When DST ends in November, the clocks are moved back an hour and Pennsylvania returns to ET (five hours behind UTC). The state remains in Eastern Time until DST begins again in March.