This Perryopolis, PA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Pennsylvania. Enjoy a full breakfast, and an off-the-beaten-path gem where travelers find warm hospitality, wonderful food and comfortable shelter. Situated at the base of the scenic Laurel Mountains less than one hour from Pittsburgh, the Inn is a relaxing retreat for city dwellers, a sanctuary for nature lovers, and impressive landmarks for history buffs. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania.
Welcome to the casually luxurious Hartzell House Bed and Breakfast conveniently located between Fallingwater and Deep Creek Lake, in Addison, PA. Offering warm hospitality and uniquely comfortable accommodations for a romantic getaway or peaceful retreat, Hartzell House is your haven for year-round adventure or serene escape in the scenic Laurel Highlands.
Welcome to the Inne at Watson’s Choice, a beautifully secluded and lovingly restored country bed and breakfast inn nestled in the heart of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Whether you are planning a romantic weekend getaway for two or a business retreat for the office, the Inne at Watson’s Choice is a perfect hotel lodging alternative.
The Stone House welcomes you with the same hospitality as in days gone by, with excellent modern and traditional cuisine and cozy Victorian Bed and Breakfast rooms just right for a night's refuge. We offer modern lodging conveniences in a vintage setting, with a comfortable gathering room for relaxed lounging. The perfect place for your next vacation or weekend getaway!
The Willow House Cottage Suite, located in Latrobe, PA, is a charming private cottage nestled in the picturesque Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Surrounded by gardens on 2 private acres, this is a perfect place to relax and unwind. You will find everything you need to feel at home, including a fully equipped kitchen, queen poster bed, fireplace, 42 cable TV & BluRay
Interested in staying at a bed and breakfast in Pittsburgh? Our bed and breakfast’s historical roots run deep at Morning Glory Inn. Birmingham and East Birmingham (now called the “South Side”) was surveyed and established by the English. The first industry was glass. By 1850 almost 60 small glass shops produced more than half the country’s glass. Most of the glass for the settling of the West was shipped via the Ohio River from Birmingham, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh, then the area around Fort Pitt (now known as the “Golden Triangle”) annexed Birmingham in 1872.
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