Mountaintop Lodge Poconos

About Us

Lodge Drawing

The Mountaintop Lodge was originally constructed in 1928, when it was known as "Between the Pines." In 2012 the Lake Naomi Club, the only Five Star Platinum Club Community in the Northeast, purchased the Mountaintop Lodge, restoring it to its former glory. After extensive remodeling, the lodge is now open again as a Bed and Breakfast Inn serving the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Lake Naomi Club oversees the daily operation of the Lodge, providing guests with the quality standards and exceptional service of a Platinum Club.

Comfort...

Lavish yourself in the intimacy of a Bed and Breakfast with many of the amenities of a luxurious Country Inn. Each guest room is appointed with a thick luxurious mattress accented by a comfy comforter or quilt.  All rooms also offer private bathrooms, many with large soaking tubs. Your morning begins with a gourmet country breakfast served on private tables in the Great Room.  There is daily housekeeping which is included in your room rate. There will be no worries during your stay because the daily on-site management will be happy to tend to your needs. You will find a truly unique experience filled with pleasant surprises in an atmosphere where your privacy, comfort and convenience are our top priority.

Charm...

The Lodge sits on beautiful woodlands in the heart of the mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. You may choose to relax, spend a lazy afternoon on our grand porch, or read a book next to the huge stone fireplace in the Great Room.  The stately 12,000 square foot Inn provides enough space for all guests to find plenty of privacy.

Activities

 

The Mountaintop Lodge is well suited for those that want to unwind and relax or find adventure. Unlike many small properties, the Lodge has a wide variety of recreational amenities close at hand. All our guests have access to the great recreational facilities offered at Lake Naomi Club. Lake Naomi Club offers lake front dining, boating, beaches, and a fitness center with indoor pool, spa, and sauna. The lodge is close to area attractions including skiing, snowtubing, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, zip line rope courses, golf, hiking, water parks and casinos.

Lake Naomi Logo

Mountaintop Lodge is owned and operated by Lake Naomi Club.

 

The Mountaintop Lodge was constructed in 1928 and named Between the Pines. Between the Pines sat on a generous plot of land on the north side of Route 940, directly opposite the former site of the Naomi Pines train station. In the 1930's it was know as Beste's Hotel. The Lodge went through many transformations finally becoming the Mountaintop Lodge Bed and Breakfast. The 12,000 square feet of main house and adjoining cabins have provided upscale accommodations for visitors to the Pocono Mountains for years. The Mountaintop Lodge, like many local businesses, did not fare well in the troubled economy resulting in closure with the Bank assuming ownership. The historic building sat vacant for three years until the Lake Naomi Club purchased it and was able to restore the building to its former glory. The original woodwork and floors have been restored and many area antiques and hand crafted furniture pieces have been added.

The Mountaintop Lodge guests will experience immaculately clean rooms, high quality towels, luxurious bed linens, comforters or quilts and posturepedic mattresses. The rooms offer double, queen or king size beds with a full bathroom in each room. Free wi-fi services and flat screen televisions are available in all rooms. All overnight guests will be treated to a full gourmet breakfast complimented by fresh baked pastries and coffee from our on-site Coffee & Pastry Shop.
The Mountaintop Lodge was known for great special events over the years. The Lake Naomi Club with their Platinum Club standards will customize every special event from small to large weddings, bridal showers, anniversary dinners, corporate dinners and corporate retreats. The Mountaintop Lodge team has a combined 60 years of experience in party planning for all occasions.