very comfortable and clean accommodations! Not a large camp, a single lodge where you can have privacy or enjoy the company of a few others. Hosts are very welcoming and make your stay casual and memorable
Magical! Third year in a row basking in natural beauty and good old fashioned hospitality and kindness. Our group of 11 was going to change the location of our annual weekend trip each year. After our first experience we all agreed that Starlight Lodge checked all the boxes and cured what ails for a bit. Bill, Andrea and Arianne are gracious hosts and very cool people. And if you bring an acoustic or two they may join you down at rhe fire pit!
Have been here 3 times. All in late summer. Place is very clean and welcoming. Owners are fantastic people and will do anything they can for you. Food was great. Hanging on the deck with the lovely mountain air is as relaxing as anything can be. Going to try and make it again this winter as I imagine that's a beautiful scene as well.
We stayed for a weekend at this beautiful bed & breakfast. The lodge was gorgeous, as were the views. The owner was amazing! He was friendly & personable & made our first experience at a B & B memorable. Breakfast was delicious-eggs, bacon, Belgian waffles, English muffins, toast, delicious fresh made yogurt & granola, paired with fresh fruit. We had so much fun & will plan to return next year for more fun! Highly recommend!
I stayed for one night and met Bill, the owner. Great host and the home is beautiful Lots of nearby amenities. Very close to the West Branch of the Delaware Rive where I spent a full day on a float fly fishing trip. the views of the valley from the lodge are amazing. Can't wait to stay again next time I visit the area. Rooms are very clean, great showers etc and the staff keep the home in great shape.
The Starlight Lodge, not to be confused with the Lodge at Starlight Lake is a great place to spend a weekend or longer. The accommodations are amazing, the service is top-notch, the breakfast is amazing.
Let me start by saying this was the first time my wife and I stayed at a B&B. I was always a bit leary about staying in such an intimate environment. If the Starlight Lodge is a typical example of what a B&B is all about, count us in. From the moment we arrived Billy and Arianna made us feel completely at home. The Lodge itself is really a site to behold. Absolutely stunning with knotted wood, warm country furniture and stunning views. There is even a hot tub to enjoy. Right outside the door is a walking/hiking path that goes on through the woods for miles. Don't get me started on the breakfast. There were only four guests and yet Arianna put out a breakfast that could easily feed a dozen, coffee, juices, yogurt with all the toppings (including homemade granola), waffles, eggs, bacon, bagels, muffins (including homemade berry muffins), mozzarella topped tomatoes from their garden, tomato tarts, etc. All this and time spent with the among the warmest, nicest hosts you can possibly imagine. As far as the rooms are concerned, bed was comfortable, bathroom spotless, what more can you want? Do keep in mind that the surrounding area is quiet. Don't expect a fancy place for dinner or nighttime excitement. But if nature and stargazing is up your alley, run, don't walk, to the Starlight Lodge.…
The knotty-pine-paneled Starlight Lodge provided a lovely long-weekend getaway. We enjoyed reading on the covered porch of this small inn, watching the clouds go by in the valley below, and hummingbirds at the feeders. The owner is a hoot, with an amazing house pooch (scary at first glance, but a calm, wonderful dog). Excellent breakfasts, and small snacks available throughout the day. There are lots of places to curl up and read, or play games, but the lighting at night is pretty modest. There are a few rail-trails and hiking trails nearby, but a lot of noise from ATV's. A few "caveat emptors:" the four identical rooms on the main floor are compact. They are billed as having queen-sized beds; ours was smaller than our queen at home. The woven plastic shades are good for privacy, but not to inhibit dawn light from flooding the east-facing rooms. There is no dedicated guest fridge. There are only a few eating establishments within logical drive, and like so many right now, they are challenged having sufficient wait staff: If you are able to eat on the early side, we strongly recommend it. This is not in any way the fault of the mgt at Starlight Lodge, it is simply a fact of life in its rural location. Finally, suggest mobility-impaired guests think very carefully before booking a room at this inn: the parking area is loose crushed stone, and the stairs to the main living and dining area are steep.…
Just back from a lovely escape to the Starlight Lodge in the Endless Mountains in northern PA (between the Catskills and the Pocanos). It's a gem of a B&B, the perfect haven from Covid that's just two and a half hours out of NYC. Andrea, Arriana and Scot are perfect hosts. The rooms are super roomy and cozy, the hot water is super hot and the breakfast is just plain super. We were there for the fishing but there's also lots of other activities in the area including hiking, biking and ATV trails nearby. Almost forgot to mention the outdoor hot tub where we watched a lovely full moon rise over the mountains. It's a wonderful place to stay.
We were just looking for a place to lay our heads and by luck came across this gem. What a wonderful setting and lodge. Andrea and Arianne could not have been better hostes. The setting is magical to begin with and then to top it off with the warmth and above and beyond service they provided it's hard to even find the words. The attention to detail felt both special and gave a sense of safety and security for the entire experience. The home made treats from Andrea were icing on the cake. We were not expecting this experience as we were in town for a funeral but they made this stay so special and we were able to disconnect in a way we have not since the beginning of 2020. Thank you so much.