Peaceful country setting, lovingly restored home, bountiful breakfasts, private baths.
Nestled in the beautiful Endless Mountains along the Susquehanna River, the Weeping Willow Inn offers an elegant and relaxing atmosphere, perfect for a weekend getaway or a brief repose during your journey. Innkeepers Patty and Randy Ehrenzeller extend a warm welcome and invite you to come and enjoy their lovingly restored home, which offers five antique filled rooms, private bathrooms, a formal dining room with a fireplace and a formal sitting room with a large bay window.
Our home is a colonial two-story home, circa 1840. It has a unique history, with several stories of former residents, which Patty loves to tell. It sits on 22 acres, where you can sometimes glimpse deer, turkeys, or grouse. Our grounds are beautifully landscaped and there is an old barn on the property, built in 1885.
There are numerous activities in the area including hiking, biking, golfing, skiing, swimming, fishing, antiquing, canoeing, shopping, and sight-seeing. Of course, you are more than welcome to just relax at the Inn, if you’d like!
We also invite you to view our two charming cottages. They are approximately one half-mile beyond the Inn, and are situated along the Susquehanna River, offering superb views and privacy.