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Pam and Her Daughter were so nice , home away from home .Big beautiful room with a balcony and clawfoot tub ! 3 PM snack time , excellent chocolate chip cookies and biscotti, .A great breakfast of creme brulee french toast ( need the recipe...More
My wife and I have stayed twice at the Inn with friends of ours that have a son that attends Kutztown. What a wonderful little town and the Inn just makes your stay just that much more enjoyable. Pam & Shena go out of their...More
What a great little place to stay in Kutztown. Everyone is so friendly, the food is amazing and the rooms are super clean. We stayed in the Deisher suite which was perfect in every way. Can't wait to go back
Room was immaculate, clean and very comfortable. Staff were very friendly and were happy to do anything to help. Breakfasts were home cooked and delicious. Best cokies he kitchen baked for guest and left in kitchen for guests to help them selves
We were in town while my wife spoke at the local college. The Main Street is a beautiful Inn. The Inn keepers were very helpful and friendly. There was a terrific breakfast and snacks (homemade cookies out all day, banana bread). It was a great...More
Hi Mary K, We do have central air throughout the whole Inn. The third floor has central air and additional window units also. We keep it pretty cool and each room has a tower heater in case it is too cold for our guests.
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"The Wanner Room on the second floor is spacious and has a balcony. The King bed was comfortable, and the air..."