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The French Manor Inn and Spa was originally owned by Joseph Hirshborn, who wanted to recreate a stone chateau in the South of France. Today. it's a renovated Poconos inn and spa with elegant accommodations, four-diamond restaurant and a Green spa facility. The French Manor Inn and Spa seamlessly showcases its past while still providing all the... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 19 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Stroudsburg
- Nearby Water Lake Wallenpaupack
- Open Dates All Year
- Villas and Condos
Jim Thorpe is one of America's most historic towns, with great architecture and a large National Register Historic District. Visit Asa Packer's Mansion,take a train ride through the gorge, or hike and bike on the famous Switchback Railroad rail bed.... more
Whitehurst's history reaches back to the 1800s, when it served as the home of the first managers of Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. The home was built in 1822 and has expanded greatly since!... more
Back in the mid-1880's, the original site of Chestnut Grove Resort was originally farmland. This was also roughly the time when the main lodge was built, which originally served as a summer retreat for wealthy families primarily from New York and Philadelphia. Fast forward a few decades, the site had transitioned from boarding house and hunting... more
Water Gap Country Club Resort, originally penned by A.W. Tillinghast and completed in 1922 by Robert White (the first PGA president and father of Grand Strand golf), hosted the Eastern Open from 1926 to 1928. During those years Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Leo Diegel and many other golf legends competed in this PGA event.... more
Come visit the historic Stone Bridge, a seven-arch stone railroad bridge located on the Norfolk Southern mainline, built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1887-88. The bridge is one of the few pieces of infrastructure that survived the Johnstown Flood of 1889. ... more
In 1867, an immigrant from Switerland by the name of Louis Fauchere purchased a saloon in Milford, Pennsylvania. Over the next three decades, his innovative cuisine and stylish inn keeping became a hit in Pike County. He would expand the building before passing the hotel onto his daughter a year before his death in 1893. The hotel remained in... more