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  • Discover the fascinating, community-led heritage of The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park, which was created as a labor of love by the people of Hawley, Pennsylvania. The town's forward-thinking Chamber of Commerce recognized the beauty of Lake Wallenpaupack and, rightfully, believed that tourists would, too. So, to make way for their arrival, they set out to build the finest hotel in the area, and The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park was born.

  • Admire the welcoming Arts and Crafts-style architecture of The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park. Opened in 1927 and painstakingly restored in 1980, the Inn is truly emblematic of the Arts and Crafts movement and one of the finest representations of the aesthetic in the Poconos. As the name implies, the Arts and Crafts movement is a return to handcrafted pieces—with an emphasis on simplicity, functionality, and high-quality work—or, in other words, a design antidote to mass-produced items and the Industrial Revolution. Some highlights found at the hotel include Bradbury and Bradbury hand-screened wallpapers, handmade Fulper tiles, a Stickley grandfather clock, Mission-style furnishings, and rustic beams hewn from chestnut and cherry woods harvested from native forests.

  • Stop and smell the roses (or the lavender, hydrangeas, or mountain laurels, the Pennsylvania state flower) in Muriel's Garden. Named for Muriel Genzlinger, the mother of one of the Inn's founders, the garden is home to plantings descended from plants grown in her home garden in Philadelphia. The quaint cottage garden is designed around the four senses—sight, smell, taste, and touch—and features several tranquil spots where guests can commune with nature. Guests are free to explore the garden on their own or as part of a guided tour during the warmer months. In May, the garden even plays host to a Perennial Exchange, where attendees can chat about growing techniques with fellow gardeners, listen to a garden talk, and bring their favorite perennial to exchange for another to take home.

  • Enjoy some peace and serenity in one of the Inn's 23 homelike guestrooms. Thoughtfully appointed with all the creature comforts, each guestroom boasts a unique design inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and the beauty of the Poconos. Mission-style headboards and chairs, stained-glass lamps, artwork and textiles featuring natural elements, and welcoming neutrals create a soothing space perfect for quiet contemplation or restful relaxation after a day spent exploring the area.

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