The Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast is nestled along the west shore of the Susquehanna River, with a splendid view of the Susquehanna Valley, including the famous Rockville Bridge - the world's longest stone arch railroad bridge at the time of its construction in 1903.
The Bridgeview provides home-style accommodations for
laid-back people, featuring ten guest suites and plenty of places to
kick back and relax. A favorite location is the sitting room, with
picture windows overlooking the Susquehanna River and Rockville Bridge.
Three of the B&B's four sides are enclosed by a front porch and
wraparound back deck, and a large grassy picnic area is available.
Visitors can sit back and observe railroad activity, birds, and
wildlife, and of course, the river view.
Constructed almost one hundred years ago, and significantly remodeled in 2008, guests will enjoy the relaxing, home style atmosphere of the Bridgeview. Those familiar with the location will remember this site as a former Sporting Goods & Tackle Shop.
The Bridgeview's suites do not feature telephones or televisions; however, wireless Internet access is available for guests. All rooms have in-room individual air conditioning, Ethernet LAN connections, and in-room bathroom and shower, a small desk, and feature dual twin beds. The facility's common spaces - such as common room, porches, and sitting room - as well as one guest suite are handicapped-accessible.
- ● View railroad activity from three sides of the building
- ● Occasional Bald Eagle sightings, many other bird species observed
- ● Sitting Room & Common Room
- ● Large porch and deck area
- ● Picnic Area
- ● Wireless Internet
- ● Handicapped Accessible room available