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Inns and Bed & Breakfasts

Inns and Bed & Breakfasts - Pennsylvania

Here are links to some notable bed and breakfasts (B&Bs - past and present) found along Route 40.

IconHertzell House B&B (Addison, PA)
"Built ca. 1870 by Judson Hartzell. ......"

IconHartzell House Bed and Breakfast (Addison, PA)

IconGolden Oak Inn B & B (Addison, PA)

IconInn at Starlight Lake (Confluence, PA)

IconParker House (Jefferson Trailside Inn) (Confluence, PA)

IconRiver's Edge Bed and Breakfast (Confluence, PA)

Old Stone HouseOld Stone House (Stewart's Tavern, Wiggins's Tavern, Risler's Tavern, Earl's Tavern, Lewis's Tavern, Snyder's Tavern, Darlington's Tavern, Rush's Tavern, Swearingen's Tavern, Bunting's Tavern, Downer's Tavern) (Farmington, PA)
"From Searight's The Old Pike (1894): Next we come to the 'Fayette Springs Hotel,' a large stone house built at an early day by the Hon. Andrew Stewar......"

IconBed and Breakfast at Whimsy's (Hopwood, PA)

IconInne at Watson's Choice (Gibson Hotel) (Uniontown, PA)

Century InnCentury Inn (Hill's Tavern, Youman's Tavern, Hampson's Tavern, Gibson's Tavern, Dawson's Tavern, Lacock's Tavern) (Scenery Hill, PA)
"A 20-room stone inn built in 1794. From Searight's The Old Pike (1894): Crumrine's History of Washington County, before quoted, informs us that Hill......"

IconRush House Bed and Breakfast (Washington, PA)

IconGrammy Rose's Bed and Breakfast (Washington, PA)

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