clean, comfortable home and bedroom with private bath. Staying at a guesthouse was unique for me. It provided everything i needed in the perfect location. I would highly recommend. Buke wasg statin and buke rack provided. Great value.
We were greeted with an envelope at the front door with our name on it. In fact, we never saw anyone except another guest. The room was clean and had great antique furniture. WiFi was easy. That’s the good.
The beds were barely adequate. Squeaky mattresses and plastic feeling. No shampoo or shower soap. Especially a killer for a place that caters to traveling cyclist. No breakfast (never promised).
Seems to the general rule in all of Ohiopyle. “Just adequate and overpriced “. This one fits in nicely. Skip the whole town if you can.
My son and I stayed here while biking on the Great Allegheny Passage. We had a great stay! Room clean and comfortable. Coffee, tea and breakfast breads available in the kitchen. I never had problems contacting the hosts via phone. Bike racks were available. Beds were definitely a little bit older, but quite comfortable after biking 42 miles! Would stay again!
This is a wonder little treasure. We stayed in room 1 with the private bath. Rooms were very clean. The coffee and bread (yummy) was a nice treat in the morning. This is not a B&B and is not advertised as one. So a host does not stay in the house with you or make a breakfast for you. This was just fine for us. We met 2 other couples and have stayed in contact with them since our stay. It was very relaxing to sit on the front porch and enjoy a nice evening. Spoke with Barbara and Tammy on several occasions regarding booking a room. They were very helpful in telling me about the area. Per their recommendation we had dinner at the Ohiopyle House Cafe (within walking distance to the house). Very nice. We sat outside on the deck. Food was very good. The house was within walking distance to everything in the town. Was nice to walk to the park to see the waterfalls. Will stay again next time in town!
THIS IS NOT A B&B! It's more similar to a well appointed youth hostel.
I don't know what expectations of other reviewers were, but ours were apparently different. We were pleased with our stay.
We are a group of 6 touring cyclists: self-contained (backpacking on bicycles) (older rather than younger…average age 68) pedaling the GAP and C&O trails to Washington DC.
With a forecast of rain, we opted to not camp at the state park campground (up a very steep muddy narrow path) but rather stay in town.
When taking with the rental agent shortly before 5pm, she was adamant that we had to make a decision “before 5pm and not a minute later” because that's when she leaves. (All of our group wasn't off the trail yet so we couldn't make a group decision.) Tammy would give up $50 per person per night (we stayed two nights =$600) to be out of the office at 5pm? Apparently so. We found it off putting.
+Sporadic AT&T and Verizon cell coverage.
+Convenient location in town.
+Nice front porch with rocking chair, slider swing, table and benches for watching the world go by.
+We had the three rooms on the 2nd floor with one bathroom. One room with queen, two with two twin beds. Very comfortable. Clean. Attractively appointed.
+Fine shower (with tub). Liquid soap in the shower. We carry our own soap so no problem. Hair dryer would have been nice.
+Enclosed storage room for safe bicycle storage. Hose for rinsing off bikes.
+Kitchen had usual utensils. Dishwasher. Microwave. Toaster, etc. Coffee. Lipton tea bags. Salt/pepper. Oddly, no sugar for the coffee/tea. Fresh banana bread in ‘fridge as well as individual cream containers.
+Washer/dryer on 2nd floor.
+Musty smell in living room, but not overwhelming.
We were satisfied and would stay there again.
Rating: 3 1/2 stars