Experience The Charm Of Bellefonte’s Bed & Breakfasts

– by Leah Jackson

Sometimes the little things make the biggest difference. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, Bellefonte’s bed and breakfasts offer a personal experience that’s full of charm and rich history, providing a perfect backdrop for relaxation and productivity.

Bellefonte B&B

Bellefonte Bed & Breakfast
214 N. Allegheny St., Bellefonte | 717-419-6400

If you’re looking for a quiet, relaxing stay, you’re sure to find it at Bellefonte Bed & Breakfast. Though the house is spacious, there are just three rooms available meaning you'll have a quiet and personalized experience.

During your stay, you can partake in a hearty breakfast, walk to popular shops and restaurants, and enjoy some downtime at the B&B. “Something unique that people might not realize is that behind the house is a secluded courtyard and terraced garden,” say innkeepers Kathy & Phil Breidenbaugh. “Guests can enjoy outdoor dining or relax around the fire pit.”

Craftsman b&b

Craftsman On Curtin
421 E. Curtin St., Bellefonte | 814-933-9656

Craftsman on Curtin welcomes guests to their Spanish Eclectic home that was built in 1936. The second-floor accommodations are totally remodeled and ready for your enjoyment. They offer one or two-bedroom reservations, depending on the size of your group.

Our Fair Lady

Our Fair Lady
313 E. Linn St., Bellefonte | 814-355-1117

Located in the heart of historic Bellefonte, Our Fair Lady is a meticulously maintained 19th-century home to which Hostess Tami Schuster is eager to welcome you.

Whether you’re in town visiting family/friends or seeking a relaxing getaway, enjoy the hospitality and rich history Our Fairy Lady has to offer. “Get away from the hustle of everything and just have some downtime,” Tami says.

Reynolds Mansion

Reynolds Mansion
101 W. Linn St., Bellefonte | 814-353-8407

If you’re looking for a real historical treat, Reynolds Mansion may be just the spot for you. The mansion was built in 1885 by Major William Frederick Reynolds, a wealthy businessman, landowner, and banker. Designed by renowned architect C. S. Wetzel, the home turned B&B is of the late Victorian period featuring an eclectic blend of Gothic, Italianate, and Queen Anne styles.

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Riffles and Runs
217 N. Spring St., Bellefonte | 814-353-8109

A love of fly-fishing inspired Riffles and Runs’ name. With Spring Creek in their backyard, they attract many fishermen, but even those who don't fish will fall in love with this spacious Victorian house with its European-style accommodations. It is in close proximity to shopping and downtown restaurants.

The queen

The Queen, A Victorian Bed & Breakfast
176 E. Linn St., Bellefonte | 814-355-7946

The Queen, A Victorian Bed & Breakfast offers an authentic Victorian stay within walking distance of Bellefonte’s historic commercial district. Each room is brimming with beautiful hand-selected antique décor and has its own unique charm. Enjoy a relaxing bubble bath in the slipper tub in Anne’s Room. Sit by the fireplace and enjoy a nice book in The Governor’s Suite. Amenities include a microwave, small refrigerator, coffee/tea service, luxury robes, and linens. Guests may also access free internet and TV. Guests receive a decadent gourmet breakfast with their stay, including favorites like Nancy’s creme brûlée French toast. Pets and children are welcome.

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