Woodfield Manor, a Sundance Vacations Resort, has a rich history dating back to before 1808. Originally, the Inn was an exclusive hunting club and stage stop for wealthy patrons from New York and New Jersey, boasting a bathroom and wooden sink.
In the 1950s, the new owners expanded the Inn into a resort, adding a swimming pool and tennis courts. This helped to build a thriving seasonal business where families could vacation for a week at a time in the beautiful Poconos Mountains.
After another extensive renovation, the Manor now houses six manor suites, thirteen on-site cottages, and an upscale steakhouse, The Frogtown Chophouse. Every cottage features a gas fireplace and is ideal for a romantic dinner or week-long stay.
Decorated in rich wooded tones, guests will enjoy the quiet serenity of this twelve-acre Inn with its inviting in-ground swimming pool, fine dining restaurant, and natural wood surroundings.