The Vicksburg Inn is an 1886 brick Victorian located in Vicksburg, PA, a village close to Lewisburg, home of Bucknell University, yet surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and picture postcard farms. Enjoy the serenity of a bygone era in a comfortable home that features original woodwork, stained glass windows, and high ceilings. Rock away your cares on the front porch shaded by century-old chestnut trees, a great spot for enjoying your morning coffee or tea and for watching a passing horse and buggy.
5 on October 24, 2013
-a lovely B and B, with delightful innkeepers Peggy and Tony, who offer both a wonderful breakfast and fine conversation... i only with that i had found them before my daughter's Senior year! -hope to visit with you all again soon.
5 on June 08, 2013
Large, clean comfortable rooms. Delicious breakfast! We will definitely return.
3.8 on June 04, 2013
From the homegrown peony bouquets to the fresh local strawberries in our morning fruit salad, this was a lovely B&B experience for this group of Bucknell friends, back for our 30th reunion. The location is easy to find and just a quick as the hotels up route 15. The grand rooms have very tall ceilings, period furnishings and yet remain warm and welcoming. The breakfast is served on china from England and antique silver flatware, which made each meal feel special to us. Peggy is an excellent cook! Yummy egg souffle, whole wheat blueberry muffins, delicious homemade banana bread, and egg frittata were accompanied by crisp bacon and particularly delicious coffee (much appreciated by these old ladies who partied like we were 20 years old!). Both Peggy and Tony are natural hosts who take a real personal interest in their guests. Having been made aware that I had a long, difficult trip to Lewisburg, they made an extra effort to ensure that I felt welcome and cared for. I have been coming to Lewsiburg for 48 years and have never stayed in the Vicksburg Inn before. But, I will always stay there from now on! Especially as long as Peggy and Tony are running it!
4.6 on May 23, 2012
My son graduated from Susquehanna University. We wanted to all stay together to celebrate this great occasion. It was a welcoming and wonderful atmosphere with Peggy and Tony. They were the best of host. There home was beautiful and elegant. It was such a treat to have a elegant breakfast and watch the horse and buggies go up the street. It was a total delight and only 15 minutes to the campus.
5 on December 05, 2011
Our two night stay at the Vicksburg Inn was delightful. The house is a treasure. The Inn keepers were friendly and helpful. The breakfast was a delight. The Vicksburg location was very convenient to Lewisburg's Antique Malls. Had a wonderful time and highly recommend the Vicksburg Inn.
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 50 miles
I-283 to Harrisburg, follow signs for Rte. 322 west(Lewistown & State College) which will traverse I-83, then I-81 south to Rte. 322 west. 15 miles beyond Harrisburg, exit 322 onto Rtes. 11 and 15 north. Stay on Rtes. 11 & 15 approximately 15 miles to Rte. 104 north. Follow Rte. 104 to Mifflinburg. Take right on Rte. 45 and go approximately 4 miles to Vicksburg.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Bird watching, Canoeing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Board games, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone , Greenwich Bay Wildflower Soap, A Variety of Magazines, Assorted soaps and shampoos, Comfortable Chairs, Books
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer
Bird watching, Canoeing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Peggy and Tony Toluba
Both Tony and Peggy enjoy riding their bicycles on The Buffalo Valley Rail Trail. They are also avid readers and enjoy music including jazz, classical, and rock. Tony can often be heard playing one of his eight ukuleles and is a master of trivia. Peggy's passions are scrabble and decorating. Both innkeepers love to travel and enjoy meeting guests - the best part of innkeeping!
Amish French Toast
Guests may choose homemade Amish raisin, whole wheat, or white bread for an incredibly delicious French toast. The dish is often served with fresh fruit and and a side of bacon.