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We returned to the Inne while in Uniontown to visit family; this was our sixth or seventh stay here and it felt like going home. Bill and Nancy, the innkeepers, keep this beautiful property in excellent condition -- the rooms, common areas and the outdoor...More
We rented two room in the lodge. Both were very nice although a little small. The Innkeepers were very personable and helpful. They seemed very interested in their lodgers. The setting on 42 beautiful acres was very peaceful. The loudest noises were birds. The breakfast...More
Nancy and Bill have attention to detail like none other. This is a real step back-a porch and rocking chair-beautiful fields as far as the eye can see. All the amenities you could need.
Nancy - Thanks for the delicious Breakfasts!!
Nancy and Bill have created a beautiful and peaceful retreat. We were visiting to explore Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. Nancy and Bill provided some very helpful background, as well as directions but most of all delightful company, a very comfortable bedroom and a great breakfast....More
My wife and I had a great stay at this terrific inn. it is very convenient to the local attractions including Fallingwater. Great breakfast and very helpful inn proprietors. We give the inn our highest recommendation.
We are very concerned about the negative reviews, particularly as they pertains to the service. We have already booked a night here as we are going to visit Falling Water. We do not want to have a negative experience or rude hosts. Is there any guarantee that we will not encounter unfriendly or unsatisfactory service?
2 October 2015|
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I thought Nancy was great host. She is a former school teacher and expects one to pay attention and understand what is going on but what is wrong with that? There are so many extra and thoughtful items in the room and in... More
I thought Nancy was great host. She is a former school teacher and expects one to pay attention and understand what is going on but what is wrong with that? There are so many extra and thoughtful items in the room and in the community spaces that she has arranged. Examples include reading glasses and travel information. Obviously she will not be a floor mat for guests to walk on but I deeply respect that. I also enjoyed her sense of humor about the community and current events. Nothing phony here.
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