Enjoy an evening of Victorian pastimes. Relax by the fireplace in the foyer surrounded by a collection of Santas. Common areas for guests include a Victorian parlour with working victrola, player piano and steroptic viewer. Sit on the front porch and listen to the quiet while sipping a mint tea and watch the neighbors enjoy caring for their beautiful homes. Walk to the historic commercial district and purchase that unique gift or enjoy fine dining in a charming Victorian village.
Indulge in a gourmet breakfast served in the large dining room with antique glassware and linens. Weather permitting, breakfast is served on the patio where you can also enjoy a small waterfall and perennial garden.
We hope that you will share our green philosophy during your stay and perhaps go home a little richer for it. The Queen is making every effort to be as enviromentally friendly as possible. We welcome your ideas and suggestions, as well.
Stay in Annie’s Room, the original master bedroom with turret and stained glass overlooking the rooftops of it’s neighbors. Relax in a Victorian slipper tub in the privacy of your own room. Browse through new hunting and fishing books as well as collectibles while relaxing in front of the fire in the Governor’s Suite. Enjoy a formal breakfast in the elegant dining room or, weather permitting relax on the patio while enjoying the music of a waterfall. The Maid’s Quarter’s offers total privacy for an extended stay in your own apartment with full kitchen, bath and laundry. Just bring your suitcase, everything else can be provided if you wish. Need more space? Share your accommodations with friends and family in the three bedroom Guest House with full kitchen, living room and your own front porch.
As an added convenience for our guests, take the CATA bus line, State College and Penn State campus sites from a step right outside our front door and leave the parking and driving to someone else.
Nancy is a Penn State graduate who has traveled extensiely and lived in Japan for several years. After 23 years as director of a VNA and hospice program she somehow found herseld opening a bed and breakfast in her home. It must be a good fit because she and Curtis are now in their 25th year!
Together they have spent 46 years restoring an 18 room victorian and creating a wildlife habitat and pollinator garden on the grounds. Come explore and maybe take a few native plants home wiht you. Oh, and Nancy is a beekeeper as well.
We hope that you will share our green philosophy during your stay and perhaps go home a little richer for it. The Queen is making every effort to be as environmentally friendly as possible. We welcome your ideas and suggestions, as well.