Was in town for Little League World Series with my 4 year old son and 10 year old nephew and loved our stay. A beautiful and formal home with an informal and attitude was a perfect spot to stay. Spacious room (Rose Room) and bathroom, particularly in light of it being an older house. Every morning I went down early for coffee before breakfast, and then the boys and I would head down. The food was great the staff was wonderful and we certainly stay there next year. I particularly liked that I walked into town for dinner each of three nights, so the location was perfect for us. Would recommend and will stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Peter Herdic Inn is a beautifully restored Victorian mansion situated on Williamsport, Pennsylvania's Millionaires Row. It is owned and operated by sisters Gloria Miele, her husband, Jim Wood, and brother-in-law Bob Elion. Your local hosts offer you warmth and hospitality in their gracious accommodations, as well as fine dining in their gourmet restaurant and bar next door to the Inn. Inn interior Peter Herdic was Williamsport's most influential citizen and a foremost lumber baron in the late 1800s. When he arrived, Williamsport had a population of about 2,000. By his death in 1888, he had transformed Williamsport into a thriving lumber capital, some 20,000 citizens strong. Guests may choose from several spacious rooms which offer the charm of a Victorian home. Comfort and relaxation may be enjoyed on the shaded porches or guests may take pleasure in the hustle and bustle of downtown Williamsport which is within walking distance of the Inn. Local attractions include biking, antiquing, museums and a walking tour of the magnificently restored Millionaire's Mansions. This lovely Williamsport lodging, tastefully decorated in the Victorian decor, is an ideal site for relaxing business retreats, family reunions, destination weddings as well as weekend getaways. Inn Amenities and Policies Guests are welcome to use our common areas (parlor, dining room and kitchen table) and the lovely, shaded front porch and we encourage our guests to stroll through downtown Williamsport and along Millionaires Row, both just steps from the front porch of the Inn. Local attractions include biking, antiquing, museums and a walking tours of the Historic District and the Rowley House museum. Policies * Check-in after 3 p.M; Flexible check-out times * Reservations are recommended and can be held with Visa, MasterCard, and Discover * For most reservations, cancellations may be made up to 72 hours before scheduled arrival with no charge * Reservations for large groups or during special events may require a deposit or extended cancellation time * Reservations made for Little League week or for the entire house require a deposit and two-week cancellation time. Amenities * Spacious rooms with private baths * Original silver and brass chandeliers * Exceptional red oak woodwork * Breakfast on the weekends * In-room robes * Complimentary port or sherry * Shaded porches * Free off street parking * Located on Millionaire's Row * Walking distance to museums and art galleries * Walking distance to downtown Williamsport * Walking distance to Lycoming College and Penn College * Complimentary High-Speed Wireless Internet Access ... more less