Built by Pennsylvania Governor John A. Shulze in the 1830's, the Governor Shulze House has been restored to its original splendor, and affords guests the beauty and charm of the Victorian era today.
At the Governor Shulze House each accommodation is unique, each guest an honored friend. Come for an intimate get-away, honeymoon or just a good night's sleep when you're in town. Their intention is to provide a relaxing oasis for your stay in Montoursville.
The Governor Shulze House is a perfect site for a business meeting, wedding, reception, bridal shower, anniversary party or any other special occasion. Inside or out, your wedding or occasion will be an event filled with a lifetime of memories.
Take a step back in time as you relax in one of their well-appointed rooms. Antiques, hardwood floors, oriental rugs, and an elegant parlor make this mansion a charming getaway - as does the personal service provided by Annette and Fred Fischer, owners and operators of the Governor Shulze House. So, step on in...
Each spacious room is like a private retreat, tastefully decorated in a light and airy style and reminiscent of a bygone era. While antiques set the stage for nostalgia, their focus is on your comfort, convenience and privacy. Each room boasts an ultra comfortable queen bed and private bath with sumptuous linens of the finest quality. You'll find all the amenities you need including mini-refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, desk, private phone line with dataport and Cable TV. There is access to a VCR and fax as well as laundry service available.
The Eck Suite
This spacious romantic two room suite has a queen size bed, private bath, VCR, sitting area and corner Jacuzzi. Perfect for honeymoons and anniverseries.
The Governor Shulze Room
This room has a queen size bed and private bath with shower.
The Eck Room
This large room has a queen size antique bed and private bath with shower.
Experience the peace and serenity of a quieter time. After a restful night's sleep, awaken each morning to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and home baked pastries. Relax in the elegant dining room as your scrumptious breakfast arrives in style.
Whether you find yourself in the area for business or for pleasure, you're sure to leave with a lasting impression. So if you're wanting a good old fashioned dose of hospitality in a fast paced world that is sometimes a little too impersonal, come to the Governor Shulze House.
With them... always... you're at home.
Lycoming County, Pennsylvania is the place to come for outdoor recreational activities. Fishing, hiking, wildlife photography & watching, biking, hunting, golfing, hang-gliding, state parks, all sorts of winter sports, historical sites and much, much more! Williamsport, nestled in the Susquehanna River Valley near the Bald Eagle Mountain, is rich in history and full of things to do and see.
Water means canoes, fishing, photography and more...Their area offers breathtaking scenery, several state parks, an abundance of wildlife, trout-filled streams and lakes and fresh mountain air.
...hiking, swimming, skiing (downhill and cross-country), ATV, bicycling, White Deer Park with two eighteen hole golf courses, horseback riding, archery, hunting, airplane rides, wildlife watching, or just kicking back and relaxing.
Try their shopping in downtown Williamsport or out at the Lycoming Mall. Fine dining can be found at Franco's Lounge. Their local microbrewery, the Bullfrog Brewery, offers home brews and excellent food. Stop in at the Lycoming County Historical Museum, the Little League Baseball World Series (August) and Museum (year-round). Or try visiting "Millionaires Row" - the Victorian houses of Williamsport, formerly the "Lumber Capital of the World".