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Chris and Diane might literally be the nicest people on the planet. They will do anything they can to make your stay perfect, and both of our trips to Jim Thorpe have been perfect thanks to them. They'll tell you all the best places to...More
The town of Jim Thorpe is a revelation. if you haven't been, you need to go...and if you do the place to stay is the Times House. On a very cool back street, a 2 minute walk to restaurants and shops, the Times House has...More
Beautiful Inn with wonderful Hosts. Chris and Diane were friendly an Informative. The town was quaint with a variety of things to do. Went shoppping and visited Asa mansion. Would like to go back and visit the falls and lake .There is also a train...More
Beautifully appointed rooms, wonderful yogurt, granola, and scones for breakfast. Perfect meal before hiking around Jim Thorpe. The location can’t be beat. Chris and Diane are the perfect hosts. Bravo!
Very comfortable bedroom on the first floor with a small kitchenette. Welcoming host, breakfast was supplied for self-serve. Quiet and cosy, well located in the town.. Very good guest lounge, parking down the next lane if you drive, drop luggage off first.
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We did not stay in the Overlook room, but I did see it. It is a very nicely appointed room with a private bathroom down the hall. It may be the only room on the third floor ( I am not positive about that), so it should not... More
We did not stay in the Overlook room, but I did see it. It is a very nicely appointed room with a private bathroom down the hall. It may be the only room on the third floor ( I am not positive about that), so it should not be a problem unless you need the bathroom several times during the night. All of the rooms in the inn are very lovely and well furnished.
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"The first floor room faced the street. The building is quiet so we never heard anything. The block is quiet."