Cresson House Bed & Breakfast is a classic Colonial home tastefully decorated and nestled in the Allegheny Mountains of Central Pennsylvania. Just minutes away from I-99, they feature warm hospitality and amenities such as spacious grounds, central air conditioning, full complimentary breakfast and five rooms with private baths. Relax on the wrap-around porch in the country rocking chairs. Cresson House is ideal for the business traveler as well as visiting family and friends. "It's perfectly perfect!"
Dillweed is a turn-of-the century home built by the Dill family, early settlers of Dilltown. Nestled in a quiet rural village, Dillweed offers four comfortable air conditioned guest rooms with two shared baths and one garden suite with complete private amenities. Features include a central sitting parlor with cable television, dining area, large covered porch and private fenced herb garden. In addition, Dillweed's Trailside Shop offers two floors of unique giftware/seasonal items, gourmet food items, snacks, gift baskets, and more. You'll enjoy easy access to the Ghost Town Trail, which is a just step away!
A former one room schoolhouse with a dramatic post and beam addition on a quiet country lane offers two guest rooms with private baths and is located minutes from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, The Galleria, Johnstown Airport, downtown Johnstown and area historical attractions. Guests can enjoy the fireplaces, hot tub, and screened porch.
Schantz Haus is the Homestead of Joseph Schantz, (Johns), the Amish man who founded the city of Johnstown. The homestead is currently a working farm owned and operated by Bill and Jeanette Hunsberger and two of their sons. The farm sits on 120 acres of land providing woods, pasture, cropland and housing for eighty Black Angus, thirty bred Holstein cows and a few sheep, chickens and roosters. The farm is located in Davidsville, easily accessed off of Rt. 219 and close to other locations of historical significance. Opportunity to learn Johnstown's story, explore coal mining history, experience life on a working farm, and much more is available to you by visiting Schantz Haus. For more information please visit their website.
The goal of The Station Inn is to provide comfortable lodging for rail enthusiasts. It has five two-room suites upstairs, downstairs there is a large three room suite and two smaller single rooms. All accommodations have private baths within the rooms. Desks, reading lamps and Keurig coffee makers are provided for guests. The Station Inn is a different kind of B&B, close to a busy railroad their inn offers a pleasant escape from everyday distractions.
There's ample parking at the chalet and you won't have to worry about forgetting to lock your car. A grill is provided on the deck with free fuel. An outdoor fire-ring, log benches and firewood are nearby. With the glare of urban nightlights conspicuously missing, the starry nighttime sky is a welcome treat for city dwellers. The chalet is non-smoking. Bed and bath linens as well as basic kitchen utensils, plates and cooking staples are furnished. Just bring your clothes and toiletries. There is Verizon cell phone reception only.
There is ample parking to the front of the cottage with direct access to Mt. Carmel Drive, a paved state road maintained by Ogle Township. The acre sized yard behind the cottage is surrounded by forest making a beautiful and spacious area to enjoy from the rear roofed deck and leads to our 1 ½ mile Kicky’s Ridge Trail. An outdoor fire ring and split firewood are located at a short, but safe distance from the rear deck. The cottage is non-smoking. Bed and bath linens as well as basic kitchen utensils, plates and cooking staples are furnished. Just bring your clothes and toiletries. There is Verizon cell phone reception only.