Welcome to the Stoney Rest Guest House
Enjoy our new casual style and affordable bed and breakfast inn, offering easy self check-ins and light self-serve continental breakfasts you can enjoy at the time you prefer.
Our historic inn is a great alternative to the typical hotel stay while visiting Allentown, Bethlehem or Easton for business or pleasure.
Tucked into downtown Macungie, PA along Main Street, the Stoney Rest Guest House, an Allentown, Pennsylvania area bed and breakfast, sits directly in front of the 42-acre Macungie Memorial Park. Our small town inn is surrounded by towering sycamore trees, and has a lovely courtyard for relaxation. Here you will find peace and quiet in a restored 1826 stone farmhouse, with an easy hospitality that will keep bringing you back. The inn is a warm “feel good” place to rest and unwind.
Spend a restful night’s sleep in one of four delightfully appointed guestrooms, or in our 2,000 square foot Farmhouse Guest Apartment. Each room features a private bath, individual temperature control, cable television, luxury bed linens, spa bathrobes, fine quality bath and shower amenities, and chocolate treats to make you smile. We pride ourselves on offering a very clean inn! For your convenience, wireless high-speed Internet access is available throughout the inn. Settle back and enjoy a good book in the common area, or venture out to explore the area.
The self-serve continental breakfast consists of quality offerings – organic items provided when we can. There are separate breakfast tables for two located inside the Stoney Rest Guest House, and when warm weather permits, you are welcome to have breakfast outside in the back courtyard overlooking the park.
Whether you come to Macungie, Pennsylvania for business, or just want to experience a short respite from the hectic pace of everyday life…we would love to have you stay with us!
Please Note: We are located about 4 blocks from a set of railroad tracks that run through downtown Macungie. While we find the train whistle quite charming, we like to let potential guests know that the sounds from the train can be heard throughout the day and night.