Modern Lodges at Allenberry
Orvis-Endorsed Lodging in Pa.
The beginnings of our contemporary lodges; Stone Lodge, Meadow Lodge, Pine Lodge, and Hillside Lodge stretch back as far as 1944, when then-owner, Charles A. B. Heinze, began expanding Allenberry into a fully-fledged resort. Today the lodges, recently renovated by the Kennedy family, offer a unique combination of suites, communal lobby spaces, and calming settings around our resort.
With a perched, picturesque view of the entire eastern side of our property, the Meadow Lodge features 32 rooms great for larger groups or guests visiting the Changes Salon & Day Spa.
Built above the original Beltzhoover barn and stable (now the Carriage Room and Stone Tavern), the recently renovated Stone Lodge contains 14 beautifully-appointed King Rooms and Suites.
The contemporary Pine Lodge, named after the lushly wooded front of the property in which the lodge is located, boasts 10 guest rooms including King Suites and double-bed rooms.
The private rooms of the Hillside Lodge, located above our Outdoors Center, remain a popular stop for hikers, fly fishing enthusiasts, and guests traveling with their four-legged friends.
Meet Lindsey Antonio
Our Director of Guest Experience, Lindsey Antonio, discovered her passion for hotels, events, and hospitality after working as a Corporate Concierge at a premier full-service hotel while pursuing her BFA in Musical Theater at Emerson College in Boston. Trading Broadway for hotels, Lindsey continued serving under a number of managerial roles throughout the local hotel industry before finding Allenberry Resort. Lindsey follows a caring, servant-leadership philosophy and believes this connects her on a personal level to guests, clients, employees, and coworkers. She loves being the catalyst in providing guests a home away from home during their visits.
When not at Allenberry, Lindsey might be found dancing at the back of a concert with her loving husband, Allen, or playing Nintendo with their son, Aiden. If you’re really lucky, you might hear her a show tune from her car window during her morning commute…