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The James Manning House Bed & Breakfast, located in the Lake Region of the Pocono Mountains, welcomes visitors to Historic Wayne County, Bethany and Honesdale, PA.  Guests will find our 194 year old federal-style house to offer all modern amenities along with charming, eclectic antique and country furnishings.  We offer common rooms for reading or conversation, gardens for strolling, and of course comfortable sleeping quarters with private baths.  Our hot, hearty breakfasts are prepared fresh from local farm produce and our own garden harvests when available.

The area offers much to do from historic museums, to the great outdoors of the Delaware River.  Visitors, young and old, enjoy the Wayne County Historical Society, Dorflinger Glass Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary, the Roebling Bridge, and Zane Gray Museum just to mention a few.  For the adventurous, raft down the Delaware, hike Prompton State Park, ski Elk Mountain, zip line, snow shoe, bike, fish the lakes or hunt the state game lands.  Maybe your visit includes a concert at Bethel Woods, the original site of Woodstock, or one of Honesdale’s street events, such as Roots and Rhythm, Harvest and Heritage Days, Arts and Antiques weekend, or just a great event at the Cooperage or Ritz Theater in nearby Hawley, PA.

Our historical bed and breakfast offers you tranquility and comfort. When you arrive for your stay, you will find a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere, the perfect hotel lodging alternative. At the James Manning House your hosts, Warren and Janet Heinly, look forward to welcoming you with the warm, friendly hospitality unmistakable to their PA Dutch heritage.

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Are you someone who has trouble with change?  That’s usually my MO but I had been thinking about some furniture rearranging JMH_Hero_4ain the Lancaster Room for some time.  One day after the holidays I just started to push the bed, then a wee bit farther, then next thing you know I was moving the dresser to slide the bed to the other wall.  In a short period of time I had the bed in a new spot, the dresser on a different wall, nightstands and lamps rearranged and borrowed from another room.  And I said to myself, “It’s good!  I like it! There’s more space.”  Of course this created some minor problems, such as, I couldn’t plug in any lamps, the carpet doesn’t work this way, two large pieces of furniture next to each other isn’t right, etc.  I called Warren to come upstairs, I wanted to show him something.  He walked into the room and said, “I like it, it makes the room look bigger. We’ll have to get rid of the armoire.”  Then all the “little” needs were started.  We needed new wiring for the lamps.  A shelf had to be built for the TV, oh yes, and that required rewiring for the cable and outlet. wiropen One of the reasons for wanting to change the room was for a comfortable chair for guests, so furniture shopping was added to the list.  Remember the carpet didn’t work, one side of the bed would have bare floor for feet in the morning.  Off to the carpet store after deciding a whole new carpet would be best.  All this in between having guests in the room!  In the end, I do think all the changes have made the room look bigger, there are more comforts and yes, change can be good!redoangle lancredo lancbed

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