Located in the heart of Penns Valley, this charming house sits on the banks of Pine and Elk creek just upstream from the confluence of Penns Creek. Conveniently nestled 22 miles from Penn State and 30 mins from Bucknell University. Whether its fly fishing in the front yard on a stretch of private stream or reading a book on the patio while your kids are at Camp Woodward, this place has something for everyone. Featuring 3 fire pits, BBQ gas grill, prime fishing access, and river tubes included.
“This home was very clean, well decorated, and had all the necessary amenities plus some! Their attention to detail was apparent in everything. Craig was super nice and always answered our questions quickly. They offered a lot of useful information about the places to eat and things to do in the area. The location is perfect for fishing the Elk River! We would like to return when fishing season kicks in. We are very conscientious of cleanliness of where we stay - our hosts were meticulous and we really appreciated it. And pet friendly is a super bonus of this home!”
Great Weekly and Weekend Country Getaway. Only 35 minutes to State College. 10 min from Woodward Camp. Full basement apartment. Full kitchen with basic cookware, microwave, cups, plates, silverware and plasticware. Coffee maker & coffee mugs. Elk Creek Micro Brewery, Inglebean Coffee Shop, Pisano Winery, as well as Millheim Hotel and H&S Hardware Store, only a 10 minute drive. Private entrance, Free WiFi, 42" Smart TV. Quiet, Clean, atmosphere. Great for PSU Football & Woodward Camp guests!
“Great little place, super clean. Hope to stay again when we bring our son to Woodward for camp next summer.”
Cottage #2 is one of our larger cottages and accommodates four to five guests. Cottage #2 is features an open layout with many windows and a cheery pastel decor. Two double beds in one room. A private bath with stand-up shower.
“The cottage is just as described in the listing. It is basic but comfortable. It is somewhat isolated but a great base to explore a wide range of attractions in central PA. Deborah was excellent at communication.”