Hawley, Pennsylvania is a quaint town located on the northeastern tip of Lake Wallenpaupack. This location   has been special to Audrey's family for over eighty years. In 1936 Audrey's great grandparents Karl and Ersa Alden built a summer cabin on the shores of Lake Wallenpaupack with their nine children--including Audrey's grandmother, Greta (Odhner). Since then the cabin, named Valhalla ("house of the gods") has been maintained through a family trust and frequented by Audrey and her sisters throughout their lives, creating the backdrop for many special family memories. More information on this property is available here. Brian and Audrey thought this Pocono town would be the perfect location to celebrate their marriage with family and friends. 


Getting there


                          If you're flying in:

                                        Scranton PA: Wilkes-Barre International Airport (AVP)  40 miles from the Settlers Inn

                                        New York City: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) 133 miles from Settlers Inn

                                         Philadelphia: Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) 149 miles from Settlers Inn


                          Driving Directions:

                                        Map to Address: Settlers Inn, 4 Main Avenue,  Hawley, PA 18428




Area accommodations include:

settlers inn

Hawley, PA

Ledges hotel 

Hawley, PA

silver birches

Hawley, PA


Lake Wallenpaupack, PA