For those in and around Philadelphia, the five wine trails in Southeastern Pennsylvania are the perfect spots to fall in love with Pennsylvania wine. Do it right—make at least a weekend of it!
Getaway for Two
Inn at Whitewing Farm
Hunt Country elegance and panoramic views of the gorgeous grounds make this 1700s farmhouse one of the most romantic getaways in the Brandywine Valley. Situated adjacent to Longwood Gardens and close to other notable area gardens, the inn is perfect for plant lovers. There’s also a catch-and-release stocked pond and a private tennis court.
Valley Forge Casino Resort
If the quiet countryside isn’t what you’re looking for, then try this lively, modern resort in King of Prussia. Nightlife, dining and a full-fledged casino are just some of the perks. Catch a concert after dinner and cocktails. Be sure to check out the Valley Beach poolside bar in the summer months.
Bring the Kids and Grandparents
Golden Plough Inn
This countryside resort in Bucks County is one of a kind. Located in Peddler’s Village, the Golden Plough Inn gives you walkable access to the 60-plus shops, five restaurants and lush gardens that spread out over this historic destination. This family-friendly resort is perfect for those who are looking to get away from it all but still want to be where the action is.
Glamorous and Formal
Stirling Guest Hotel
Built in 1892, this beautiful Chateauesque-style mansion is stunningly elegant with old world charm. Posh rooms, serene gardens and scrumptious food make this a must-visit getaway spot.
Serene and Casual
Stone House Inn & Spa
This tranquil retreat in Macungie offers cozy guest rooms in a relaxed farmhouse setting. Visit the spa for a massage, manicure and more. Wake up to a full country breakfast each morning. If you’re looking to pamper yourself in the Lehigh Valley Region, this is the place to do it.
Explore all of Pennsylvania’s wine trails HERE.
The Pennsylvania Winery Association is a trade association representing more than 100 member wineries and an advocate on behalf of the state’s growing multibillion-dollar wine industry. With some of the most fertile grape-growing land on the East Coast, Pennsylvania ranks fifth nationally in the amount of grapes grown, seventh in wine production, and seventh in the number of licensed wineries. To learn more about Pennsylvania wine or to plan a trip, visit PennsylvaniaWine.com.