Stay the Night in a Haunted Hotel: Three Pennsylvania Inns to Check Out if You Dare!

There are some spooky places in the mid-Atlantic region — where those who walk the halls, walk alone in the dark in the lonely hours of the night. Do you dare to stay in these haunted hotels?

Logan Inn

Logan Inn, in the heart of New Hope, in Bucks County, PA, is one of the most haunted — and oldest — inns in the US. This is where I heard my first ghost, an entity I believe to be a Revolutionary War soldier who died in the basement of the inn. In the wee hours of the morning, I heard a faint and eerie cry, “help!”

During your stay at this haunted hotel, be sure to check out the many sights in and around Bucks County — there’s everything from great shopping (Peddlers Village is right around the corner from there) to historic homes to biking and hiking along the Delaware Canal towpath.

One of the first things I do in every location is take photos of the room.
In room 14, I caught this fast-moving orb in these initial photos!

Farnsworth Inn

A famously haunted bed and breakfast with a dark history of murder and mayhem, Farnsworth Inn offers a haunting experience along with breakfast!

Located in the historic, downtown district of Gettysburg — also famously known for the Civil War battle as well as a multitude of hauntings throughout the region — this bed and breakfast will delight you during your exploration of this lovely region!

Hotel Conneaut

Once a resort for the middle-class seeking fun at Lake Conneaut or the adjacent amusement park, Hotel Conneaut offers basic amenities in exchange for a haunting experience.

First opened in 1902, much of the hotel remains in its vintage state – and lacks some modern conveniences. There is no elevator, but there ARE ghosts!

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