Visit Port Matilda



Reserve a room in a Port Matilda, PA bed and breakfast and relax among the unblemished, peaceful surroundings of central Pennsylvania. Port Matilda was named in honor of 'Matilda,' the eldest daughter of Squire Clement Beckwith, early prominent settler. Where the 'Port' came from has been the subject of much argument. One guess is that since the town was a gateway of Four Corners of travel in every direction it represented a sort of 'port'. Then, there's the legend that once, when Squire Beckwith was ill, he asked Matilda for a drink. 'What do you want?' the daughter is pictured as asking. Then, came the reply, 'Port, Matilda'. Port Matilda was incorporated in 1926 from Worth Township. Regardless of which legend you believe, choosing to stay at a PA Mid-State Bed and Breakfast guarantees lodging accommodations that are inspected and approved with your comfort in mind. Call a member Innkeeper today and make your reservation.
Bed and Breakfasts near Port Matilda
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Mountain Hideaway
●   Located in Port Matilda
1544 E. Mountain Rd
Port Matilda, PA 16870
814-692-4980
814-777-0339   Check Availability
Email: sandy@mthideaway.com
3 Rooms ● Rates $115.00 - $175.00
●   Relax in solitude an beauty! Just 16 miles from Penn State, yet a world apart.
Laurel Ridge Bed and Breakfast
●   11 Miles -  19 Minutes away.
1673 Mt Laurel Court
Warriors Mark, PA 16877
814-632-6813   Check Availability
Email: fwl1@psu.edu
4 Rooms ● Rates $80.00 - $150.00
●   Laurel Ridge B&B is a contemporary home in a very quiet and secluded rural development on a wooded ridge. hosting Penn State, Tyrone & Warriors Mark visitors, small groups and meetings. Sketch by Andrew Moore, a popular artist of Central Pa.