The Back in the Day Guest House sits in the quaint, historic town of Wellsboro in the heart of Tioga County, Pennsylvania and is perfectly located for your getaway vacation or business travel needs.

The guest house is conveniently located:

A 1/2-mile walk from the historic downtown Wellsboro

Guests can enjoy the authentic gaslights that illuminate Main Street, relax on the Green (town park), dine at a variety of restaurants, take in a movie, explore local shops, and visit the art gallery. In mid-June, the PA State Laurel Festival offers a variety of entertaining events for the entire family. In mid-September, the town hosts the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally (STPR®) racing event. And, in early December, Wellsboro gets into the holiday spirit with its charming Dickens of Christmas weekend.

Three miles from the Pine Creek Rail Trail

Guests can hike, bicycle, cross-country ski, and even horseback ride the 62+ mile multipurpose trail that runs along the bottom of the PA Grand Canyon. The trail begins north of Wellsboro and ends in Jersey Shore, Pa.

Four miles from “The Muck”

Guests can observe migrating rare bird species in the wetlands of Pennsylvania.

Eight miles from the Pine Creek Gorge – Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

The Pine Creek Gorge is approximately one mile wide, 800 feet deep, and continues for 47 miles. The 585-acre Leonard Harrison State Park (East Rim) provides guests with modern facilities and a visitor center. While on the opposite side, the 368-acre Colton Point State Park (West Rim) echoes a more rustic ambience with Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built facilities. Both sides offer spectacular and breathtaking views, picnic areas, hiking trails, and an abundance of wildlife. and

Fourteen miles from Mansfield, P.A.

In September, the town hosts the annual Fabulous 1890’s Weekend festival where Mansfield’s first-ever nighttime football game is reenacted. Also, guests can take time to visit Mansfield University, one of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education campuses. Guests can walk the campus, visit the historic North Hall Library to read rare books or hear stories about Sarah the ghost, and enjoy many plays and concerts throughout the year.

Thirty-five miles from Cherry Springs State Park

Guests can stargaze at one of the darkest night skies east of the Mississippi. Guests can attend organized star- and moon-gazing events or stargaze on their own.

Forty miles from Corning, N.Y.

Guests can create their own glass piece at the Corning Museum of Glass, shop Market Street, and dine at their numerous restaurants. Also, in late May, the town hosts the annual GlassFest where guests can enjoy glassmaking demonstrations and Rock the Park concerts.

Fifty miles from Williamsport, P.A.

The annual Little League World Series is held in August. Guests can watch the Little League games and visit the Little League Museum.

A little over one hour from the Finger Lakes and Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Guests can continue their outdoor adventures by hiking the Watkins Glen Gorge or visiting the Watkins Glen International raceway, featuring NASCAR, INDYCAR, and vintage auto races.