Lodging

Around Honesdale:

The Wayne Hotel is as close as you can stay to the start and finish of the Maple City Century. It’s a historic landmrk in downtown Honesdale and has a great restaurant and bar right inside the hotel. The Wayne Hotel has offered all participants 15% off regular rates when you mention the ride while reserving your room. www.hotelwayne.com

The Wayne Inn is also located in downtown Honesdale and has recently been updated. There is a cute coffee shop attached to the hotel and it is within walking distance of many of the great downtown restaurants. The have also offered all participants 15% off regular rates when you mention the ride while reserving your room. www.thewayneinn.com

The James Manning House Bed & Breakfast is located just outside Honesdale in Bethany, PA. It would be about a 10 minute drive from the start and finish of the Maple City. It is very quiet with a relaxing atmosphere. www.jamesmanninghouse.com

The Lodge at Keen Lake is approximately 6 miles west of Honesdale on Route 6. It is a modern facilty with rustic feel located right on Keen Lake. www.lodgeatkeenlake.com

Keen Lake Resort Camping and Cottage Resort is approximately 7 miles from the start/finish in Honesdale. They offer tent camping, cottage rental, and travel-trailer camping spots in a family-freindly lake setting. Keen Lake is located right on Route 6 and is very easy to get to from I-81. http://www.keenlake.com

In Hamlin/Lake Ariel:

There is a Comfort Inn right off Interstate 84 in the Hamlin/Lake Ariel area. It would be about a 30 minute drive straight up Route 191 to get to Honesdale. Details here

Dunmore/Dickson City:

There are many major chain hotels and places to eat located about 30 minutes from Honesdale in the Dunmore and Dickson City areas off Interstate 81. They’re all easy to get to and it’s quick to get to Honesdale along Route 6 (the Casey Highway).


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