Motels Along Route 6 in Pennsylvania
Explore Pennyslvania’s Route 6. (Photo: route image by Claudio Calcagno from Fotolia.com )
Since 1807, Route 6 has cleaved a swath through some of Pennsylvania’s most picturesque towns and regions. Drive the route, which meanders through the northern part of the state, and discover a wide variety of places to explore, such as the Art Museum in Erie or the lumber camp at Galeton’s Lumber Museum. At the end of the day, retire in one of the many pleasing motels that call Route 6 home.
Gresham’s Lakeview Motel in Hawley
Gresham’s Lakeview Motel in the Poconos Mountains offers nonsmoking guestrooms with cable television, air conditioning and a patio with views of nearby Lake Wallenpaupack. The on-site restaurant, Gresham’s Chophouse, offers Italian and seafood specialties and live music on the weekends. Other dining options include the Lunchbox Cafe, Torte Knox and Boat House Restaurant. Nearby attractions include fishing and boating on Lake Wallenpaupack, alpine skiing at Masthope’s Ski Big Bear and Lake Ariel’s Claws ‘n’ Paws Wild Animal Park.
Towanda Motel in Towanda
The Towanda Motel, situated in the Endless Mountains area, features guestrooms with Wi-Fi, cable television, microwave and refrigerator. Nonsmoking rooms and rooms with whirlpool tubs are also available. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast before exploring area attractions such as Mount Pisgah State Park and Pickering Winery. Enjoy a libation at the on-site cocktail lounge or try some of the Towanda’s eateries, such as Tomahawk Family Restaurant, McDonald’s and Villa Sena.
Colton Point Motel in Wellsboro
The Colton Point Motel, nestled beside Pine Creek and bordering Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon, offers guestrooms with private bathrooms and cable televisions. Spacious rooms that can accommodate a family of five are also available. Swim or fish in the pond or use the horseshoe pits. A country breakfast is served daily. Other dining options include the Magic Wok, Wellsboro House and the Steak House. Local activities include exploring the Grand Canyon, an area of the state with gorges, waterfalls and depths that measure close to 1,500 feet.
Lindy Motel and Cottages in Coudersport
Lindy Motel and Cottages, located in the Pennsylvania Wilds, offers cottages with cable television, air conditioning and wireless Internet access. Frolic on the playground, use the picnic area or visit the nearby Cherry Springs State Park. Explore the PA Wilds, an area of the state untouched by man, with its multitudes of streams for fishing and trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. Area restaurants include Sweden Valley Inn and Mosch’s Tavern.