A Perfect Pocono Mountains Getaway

Escape to our Pocono Mountains Hotel in scenic Hawley PA

Rest your head and ease your care-worn soul

The Settlers Inn is an authentic 1920′s Arts & Crafts Lodge at the gateway to Main Street in Hawley, Pennsylvania, the small downtown that serves the Lake Wallenpaupack region.  This historic Pocono Mountains Hotel has all of the comforts of a Bed and Breakfast with the added convenience of a full service farm-to-table restaurant and tavern.  It is a place to call home while exploring the outdoor adventures of the Delaware Highlands region or simply staying put to nourish your inner self.  The Inn sits on six acres of land surrounded by artfully designed gardens and bordered by the Lackawaxen River and woodlands that contain a portion of the old Delaware & Hudson Canal.

According to the Huffington Post  .  “If you are a fan of the English Arts and Crafts movement, you’ll love The Settlers Inn.  Common areas, rooms and the excellent in-house restaurant are all dressed in Stickley-like finery – an unusual motif for a full-service boutique inn.”                Malerie Yolen-Cohen

Celebrate the simple joys

~ Stroll the grounds, smell the crisp cool air and watch the Lackawaxen River flow-by
~ Try a Crafted Cocktail in the Chestnut Tavern
~ Create your own winter getaway – explore our favorite hiking trails on snowshoe
~ Be romantic!  Listen to Dan Bradley piano tunes while savoring a special dinner with the one you love
~ Meditate and refresh your mind with a yoga class at Lake Region Fitness
~ Pick up lunch from the Cocoon Coffeehouse and cruise with one of our driving tours
~ Enjoy winter in Hawley, go skiing at our local ski are or cross country at Promised Land

Savor farm-to-table delights

Our Pocono Arts and Crafts Lodge features a restaurant with a long standing tradition of innovative dining with menus shaped by the seasons.  We believe the sourcing of local ingredients helps to preserve the culture of small family farming in Wayne County, PA. where agriculture is the principal driver of the local economy.