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Pike County’s Only B&B on the Delaware River

Discover the Upper Delaware River with a stay at the 1870 Roebling Inn in Lackawaxen. Their prime riverfront location encompasses the unspoiled natural beauty dividing the New York Catskills from the Pennsylvania Poconos. Songbirds, water tumbling through rapids, and the effortless flow of the river create a harmony that encourages relaxation.

The inn provides immaculate, comfortable lodging in an authentic 1870 landmark that is listed on the National Historic Register. There are five guest rooms and a one-bedroom cottage, all with private baths, streaming TVs, air conditioning, wi-fi, and light breakfast included. Some rooms feature fireplaces and views of the river.

Relax on the inn’s front porch overlooking the water. Sit at the water’s edge as paddlers float by. Walk across the Roebling Bridge, the oldest suspension bridge in the country. Or let the innkeepers direct you to area waterfalls for a profound escape from urban stress.

Unspoiled and uncrowded, there are many things to see in the area. Trout and bass fishing, hiking, weekend farmers’ markets, and beautiful scenery provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. This section of the river is best for canoeing, rafting, kayaking, and tubing (the inn is located just one mile from Kittatinny Canoes in Barryville, which offers rentals). Bethel Woods, the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival, is an easy drive.