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Lodge for 45 people in Pennsylvania, with garden
45 pers., 18 bedrooms
5.0
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$569per night
Large vacation apartment for 8 people in Saw Creek, with pool and balcony
Lehman Township, Pocono Mountains
$26per night
Vacation apartment for 6 people in Elk County, with view and garden
4.9
8 reviews
Pennsylvania
$165per night
Vacation apartment for 8 people in Raystown Lake, with balcony/terrace
4.4
5 reviews
Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania
$139per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Lake Harmony, with jacuzzi and pool as well as garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 600yd to skiing
4.6
20 reviews
Lake Harmony, Pocono Mountains
$133per night
Chalet for 24 people in Pocono Mountains, with jacuzzi and pool as well as garden
24 pers., 7 bedrooms
4.9
20 reviews
Pocono Mountains
$518per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Pennsylvania, with garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms
5.0
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$101per night
Large vacation apartment for 4 people in Juniata County, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace
4 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.9
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$139per night
Large vacation apartment for 11 people in Raystown Lake, with jacuzzi and garden
11 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.7
20 reviews
Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania
$282per night
Large vacation apartment for 4 people in Luzerne County, with garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 1.4mi to skiing
4.7
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$166per night
Lodge for 8 people in Pike County, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace
4.7
20 reviews
Pocono Mountains
$250per night
Farmhouse for 8 people in Pennsylvania, with garden
8 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.8
9 reviews
Pennsylvania
$119per night
Cottage for 2 people in Pocono Mountains, with garden
2 pers., 1 bedrooms
5.0
20 reviews
Pocono Mountains
$171per night
Large vacation apartment for 9 people in Pennsylvania, with garden
9 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.6
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$129per night
Large vacation apartment for 18 people in Huntingdon County, with balcony/terrace
18 pers., 6 bedrooms
4.3
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$150per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Lancaster County, with garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms
4.7
20 reviews
Pennsylvania
$119per night
Large vacation apartment for 10 people in Raystown Lake, with balcony/terrace and terrace as well as balcony
10 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.3
20 reviews
Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania
$216per night
Large vacation apartment for 18 people in Pocono Mountains, with pool and garden
18 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.9
20 reviews
Pocono Mountains
$311per night
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Highlights in Pennsylvania

  • Liberty Bell
  • Pennsylvania Dutch Lancaster County
  • Valley Forge
  • Hershey Park
  • Falingwater
  • Pocono Mountains

Most popular in Pennsylvania

Pool 1,739
Internet 4,589
Pet allowed 1,194
Balcony/Terrace 3,636
TV 4,370
Air conditioning 3,924
Garden 1,961
Parking 4,134
Washing machine 3,655

Vacation rentals in Pennsylvania

Cozy up in a log cabin in the Pocono Mountains or spend a big night on the town in your very own apartment in Pittsburgh. Whether you're visiting for a romantic weekend getaway or a family reunion, vacation rental homes in Pennsylvania can accommodate between 2 and 40 guests. Some of your rental options may include nature views, private pools, tasteful modern decor, and lakeside swimming access. The most popular vacation rental spots in Pennsylvania are situated around rural areas including Lake Erie,Lake Wallenpaupack, and the Pocono Mountains. Pennsylvania's varied landscape and host of cultural attractions makes it a popular destination for visitors from all around the east coast.

Holiday in Pennsylvania

Orientation

Getting There

Pennsylvania is a US state located on the eastern coast and is known for its historical sights and modern day attractions. The state was one of the 13 original colonies and borders six other states including Delaware, {{Maryland}{ 29834}}, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, and New Jersey. Before Europeans arrived in the 16th century, the Pennsylvania region was inhabited by Susquehannock, Iroquois, Eriez, Shawnee and several other Native American tribes. Today, the most populated cities include Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and the capital of the state: Harrisburg. The region is categorized by the Appalachian Mountains which run through its center and Lake Erie which shares a border to the northwest. There are regular interstate buses with routes through Pennsylvania, as well as many regional flights into the state's main populated cities.

Activities

Destination for American history buffs

It was Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 4 1776 that America first took its steps as an independent nation. Ever since then, the state has been home to some of the most historic battles, court cases, and social movements. There are currently 169 National Historic Landmarks littered throughout Pennsylvania including Washington's Crossing, Pulpits Rocks, and Valley Forge.

Destination for artists

Feel inspired as you spend the afternoon in one of Pennsylvania's many art galleries. Some of the most popular museums include the Rodin Museum, Barnes Foundation, Andy Warhol Museum, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Here you can find works by some of the most celebrated European and American artists of the past 300 years including Picasso, Rodin, and Andy Warhol.

Destination for movie enthusiasts

Pennsylvania has served as the backdrop to many famous movies and television series over the years. Philadelphia, The Office, Groundhog Day, and the Sixth Sense were all based within the states borders. Some of these pop cultural sensations even offer official "fan tours" of locations used in their programs!

America's favorite sport, Baseball, got its first official stadium built in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1909. Forbes Field is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates MLB team which has won 3 World Series championships in the historic stadium.

Top 5 things to do in

Liberty Bell

The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia has been utilized as a symbol for many movements in the US from women's suffrage to civil rights movements. The bell is over 2,000 pounds and is made mainly of bronze, with a signature crack in it's bottom dating to the first time the bell rang in 1751. The iconic inscription is a quote from the Old Testament in the Christian Bible in Leviticus 25:10 and reads: "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof." The Liberty Bell remains one of the most visited sites in all of Pennsylvania.

Valley Forge National Historic Park

A famous site of the Revolutionary War, Valley Forge was used by George Washington from 1777 to 1778 as a base camp to fight against the British. Today, there are many trails which connect historic monuments, structures, and log cabin barracks used at the beginning of America's independence movement. The National Historic Park features regular war reenactments and is located just outside of Philadelphia.

Lancaster "Amish" County

Perhaps one of the most iconic pictures of American life is that of the Amish people. Although highly private and humble people, this traditional Swiss-anabaptist christian sect focuses on living a "plain" lifestyle free from technology and modern cultural trends. The oldest concentration of "Pennsylvania Dutch" Amish can be found in Lancaster County. To get a sense for this unique religious lifestyle, try visiting The Amish Farm and House which gives visitors a deeper understanding of the group's customs, architecture, and beliefs.

Hershey Park

Nothing says vacation like a healthy mix of chocolate and carnival rides. At Hershey Park, you can have both at the same time in a kid-friendly theme park dedicated to America's most popular chocolate brand. The park features rides, a zoo, live shows, exhibits, and more just 15 miles outside of the state's capital of Harrisburg. Hersheypark also offers a resort and campgrounds for those who can't make it all the way home after eating their way through the park's delicious attractions.

Falling Water

Architecture enthusiasts will love visiting Falling Water, an iconic house built by famed US architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1964. The home was built in a modern style utilizing natural elements throughout the property which was built on top of a stunning waterfall. Visitors can also head over to Duncan House at Polymath Park or host an event at the Barn at Fallingwater during their stay in Pennsylvania.