The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park

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Discover the Settlers Inn at Bingham Park, which has been offering exceptional accommodations in the beautiful Pocono Mountains since 1927.

The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park was constructed during the “Roaring Twenties,” in which flappers, the radio, and the Art Deco movement defined the age.

Composed of Pennsylvania bluestone and chestnut lumber, The Settlers Inn was built in 1927. The structure was designed in the style of English Arts and Crafts, a design movement led by artist and writer William Morris. The community sought to increase tourism with its new, man-made Lake Wallenpaupack and prepared to welcome visitors in its new hotel.

The 54-room hotel didn’t open until 1944 due to complications from The Great Depression and World War II. After bouncing around between owners, the Genzlinger family and friends bought the property in 1980 and continue to run the hotel today.

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    Composed of Pennsylvania bluestone and chestnut lumber, The Settlers Inn was built in 1927. The structure was designed in the style of English Arts and Crafts, a design movement led by artist and writer William Morris.


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