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This was my first time at a B & B and it was wonderful rooms were spacious and clean the house is beautiful Carol & Rowland were so nice to us girls.. Our breakfast's were delicious...I will stay here again and again
My 2 teen aged daughters & I spent 2 days & nights. We had originally signed up for the Rose room, which was very nice. It had a queen bed & a twin. Carol very generously upgraded us to the upstairs room. She added no...More
Carol and Rowland were wonderful hosts and we had a great time with them during our stay at Quill Haven. We had the Bridal Suite and recommend it for the large bath. There is a bit of truck noise from the road but did not...More
For 6 years I've made the trek from Durham, NC to the Laural Highlands of PA to transport my daughter to and from Summer's Best Two Weeks sports camp. The Quill Haven Country Inn has become a highlight for me each summer. Carol and Rowland...More
This is a superb place to stay. Highlights include a delicious breakfast, comfortable room, gorgeous grounds and friendly owner! Don't pass up this little gem!!! Close to Flight 93 Memorial, Johnstown National Flood Memorial, Quecreek Mine Rescue site. Easy access to PA turnpike.
I just checked the website and it indicates they do not accept pets. Typically B & B's aren't able to accommodate pets, being historical homes with antiques, common space shared with other guests, etc. When traveling with... More
I just checked the website and it indicates they do not accept pets. Typically B & B's aren't able to accommodate pets, being historical homes with antiques, common space shared with other guests, etc. When traveling with our dog we usually had to choose more conventional hotels that allowed pets, although over the years of our beloved dog's life we did find a couple B & B's where she was welcome. Best wishes!
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"We had the king bedroom on the first floor, heated blanket!"