** In response to COVID-19, we are taking extensive measures to ensure the safety of our guests here in Stoddartsville. This includes a one-day block between new reservations and using a bleach mixture on all countertops, table tops, and light switches to ensure all surfaces are disinfected. Please contact us if you have any questions. Whether you come to stay or not, we hope you all remain safe and healthy!
Leave the daily rush behind and escape to your own secluded setting along the Lehigh River in the Pocono Mountains. The Lehigh Cottage is located in Stoddartsville, PA - a secluded 1800's village of only 8 houses - and is the perfect spot to get away and relax. Whether sitting by the fireplace, sipping coffee or tea on the wrap-around porch, or even watching your favorite shows on the 60" flat screen, you're sure to fall in love with the charm and beauty of the Cottage and the area.
The Lehigh Cottage includes the following amenities:
- Queen beds (freshly made!)
- Queen pull-out sofa
- Plush towels
- 60" Flat-screen TV
- Cable and Wifi
- Full kitchen with dinnerware, cookware, and utensils
- Keurig 2.0 coffee brewer with complementary selection of K cups
- Wood-burning fireplace (firewood can be purchased and delivered from October through March or you may bring your own)
Stoddartsville is hidden away well enough to provide peace and quiet during your stay, but close to local restaurants, grocery store (Ahart's Market), Wawa, Jack Frost and Big Boulder ski resorts, Lake Harmony, and Split Rock. Come and experience Historic Stoddartsville for yourself!
Dogs are welcome with a one-time $50.00 fee.
*Pets are not permitted on the furniture nor beds.
Is the Cottage booked on the dates you are looking for? Visit our neighboring properties here in Historic Stoddartsville listed on HomeAway:
-2-bed/1-bath Echo Ridge Cottage (#419105)
-2-bed/1-bath Lehigh Lodge (#3846218)
-1-bed/1-bath Lehigh Cabin (#3844859)
Simply type the property ID number above in the search bar on the HomeAway main page to view our other properties.
*Please Note: For fishing, historic site visits, or other river access questions, please inquire prior to arrival so we can make arrangements for you! Please respect our neighbors by abiding by all property lines marked by "No Trespassing" signs. Thank you!