Along with Hawley, there are three other notable towns that comprise the Lake Region of the Pocono Mountains. Hawley PA is known as the center of commerce for the Lake Region, Milford PA is where the US Department of Forestry was born, Narrowsburg NY is a destination for concerts and theatre performances, and Honesdale PA […]
October is a wonderful time of the year in Hawley PA! Located in the Northern Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, Hawley is the center of commerce for the Lake Region of the mountains. Although it’s a small town, there is a lot happening here year-round! Our beautiful region provides a ton of outdoor activities while the […]
State game lands are most commonly associated with hunting, but in Pennsylvania, the existence of the PA state game lands provides benefits not just to hunters but to all outdoorsmen. While outdoorsmen can enjoy certain hunting and trapping privileges, they can also enjoy wildlife protection and viewing along with general recreational benefits which are key […]
Fall is a magical time in the Pocono Mountains. Outdoor enthusiasts revel in the cooler temperatures and immerse themselves in the changing colors of the expansive woodlands. Before the first snowfall comes, locals and visitors alike flock to the area to check off bucket list items of things to do in the Pocono Mountains. Exploring […]
The Hawley, PA home of The Settlers Inn is in the playground of the Pocono Mountains: Wayne County. Tourists seek out Wayne County for its unsurpassed natural environment and quaint, historic towns. Wayne County’s proximity to New York City and other urban centers make it a natural choice for an escape from the fast paced […]
On the way from New York City to Hawley, PA is the Victorian-era town of Milford, PA. For the 15th year, Milford will host the Black Bear Film Festival October 17-19, 2014. The Black Bear Film Festival celebrates unique, independent cinema as well as the conservation of the Pocono Mountains region: its clean air and […]
Sullivan County in the Catskill Mountains of New York is a close neighbor to the Pennsylvania home of The Settlers Inn. Northeast of our Inn and across the Delaware River, Sullivan County NY has been a popular vacation spot since the 1800s. The area gained increased popularity between the 1920s and 1970s for the hundreds […]
Did you know that Alice’s Wonderland is tucked away in Pennsylvania? The Settlers Inn innkeepers visit there often but not to see the Cheshire Cat, Tweedledee or Tweedledum. They’re seeking an adventure of a different sort. If hiking, biking, skiing or other outdoor adventures are your magic elixir, the place to begin is wonderland! Halfway […]
There is nothing in the world like New York City! Skyscrapers, taxi cabs, subways, business meetings, loud and busy streets, millions of people… In one sense, New York City can be wonderful and in another, it’s draining and burdensome. In order to maintain one’s mental, emotional, and physical health, planned trips to wide open spaces […]
Believe it or not, just 33 miles from The Settlers Inn’s front door is what was once Max Yasgur’s 600 acre farm. To many people, this probably means nothing upon first glance. However, once people understand that Max Yasgur, a local dairy farmer in 1969, was the very person who opened his cattle pasture in […]
There are many majestic waterfalls all along the Delaware Water Gap as the Delaware River’s many tributaries make their way from their source to their mouth. While doing so, they must fall with the decline in elevation as they exit the Pocono Mountains, thus creating many spectacular places to see water cascading from higher points […]
It’s hard to imagine as one stands along the shady shores of the Lackawaxen River at The Settlers Inn that this tranquil waterway was once a bustling canal used to transport anthracite coal and other goods from the high-pitched mountains of Pennsylvania to the bustling streets of New York City! It’s true! Once anthracite was […]
While staying with us at The Settlers Inn, you’ll definitely want to experience some of these incredible Hawley PA restaurants. Our small hamlet, nestled in the majestic Pocono Mountains and flanked by the grand Lake Wallenpaupack is home to some terrific and critically acclaimed eateries that you must try! Whatever your cuisine preference, there’s sure […]
Since the late nineteenth century, baseball has been known as the All-American pastime. With a rich and diverse history, its predecessors are well documented in France, England, and Belgium. It was when our ancestors first came to the United States that they brought their various versions of this game and it morphed into what we […]
Finally, you’ve made reservations for your family or corporate getaway to The Settlers Inn in the Pocono Mountains! You’re ready for our fresh farm-to-table fare served daily in our restaurant, the cool and crisp evening air of our majestic mountains, and the rare opportunity to make some lasting memories with your friends, coworkers, and loved […]
Once more her strained gaze sought the sage-slopes. Jane Withersteen loved that wild and purple wilderness. In times of sorrow it had been her strength, in happiness its beauty was her continual delight. In her extremity she found herself murmuring, ‘Whence cometh my help!’ It was a prayer, as if forth from those lonely purple […]
While enjoying your escape to the Pocono Mountains and reveling in all that The Settlers Inn has to offer, you may be interested in a day of fishing out on Lake Wallenpaupack. Lake Wallenpaupack (or “The Pack” as local anglers call it) is 5,700 acres in area and has 52 miles of shoreline. At its […]
There is something for everyone in Hawley, PA, especially during the summertime! Of course, our beautiful Inn offers six gorgeous acres of meticulous herb and sculpture gardens, graceful riverfront lawns, a quiet covered terrace, and much more. If that weren’t enough, directly across the street from our front door is Bingham Park that offers tennis […]
Spring for Brunch Take a lazy afternoon break in the day Have you tried the weekend brunch at the Settlers Inn? Offered both Saturday and Sunday, it has quickly become a new classic and weekend favorite for many. The sunny dining room is a welcome respite from the outdoors with it’s slushy melting snow. The promise of spring is here and before you can blink twice the yard work will beckon, the mud will dry up and blossoms will be sprouting.
The Settlers Inn is delighted to welcome Shawnee Craft to the inn for a special beer and food pairing dinner on February 21. The Genzlinger and Kirkwood families have much in common, the love of the Arts and Crafts style, a commitment to sustainability and a passion for craft beers. It is a natural to combine our efforts to feature “Food from here and Beer from near”.
February 2 does not have to be spent in front of a television watching the most sought after football game of the year. It would not be unAmerican to just say no to chips and salsa, pretzels and beer. You can actually get away from all of that – likely by yourself because no one will want to go with you. So what’s wrong with a little alone time?
Celtic Beer Dinner, St. Patrick’s Eve at Cocoon and Harmony Presents, and Vernal Equinox Dinner will keep you entertained all month!