More than likely, you have a good reason to stay here. Probably a conference. Or some sort of church-sponsored event.
I stayed here for a conference at which I was presenting. This wouldn't be my first choice if I was paying for myself, but as it was free, I'm not going to turn it down.
I still don't know what an Antiochian Village is exactly, but it's a church camp kind of place. That said, the rooms are very much like a hotel. An old hotel where TV's are banned so that you "socialize", but a hotel nonetheless.
So. No TV. They _did_ have wireless internet service, though it was really slow and kicked out a lot. Thankfully, I brought a DVD to watch on my laptop. It's close enough to Ligonier, which is a cute town, but there's really not too awful much to do in the area.
Since I got my room comp'ed, I don't know how much the rooms are, but if the rate quoted here on is right ($39), then that's a fair price if you really need a place to stay in the area and can entertain yourself pretty good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Antiochian Village! Nestled on over 300 acres in the scenic Laurel Highlands, our spacious facility, peaceful setting, and friendly staff deliver unique, memorable, and affordable group events that bring guests back year after year. On-site amenities include comfortable overnight accommodations, 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space, and outstanding group dining. Contact us today to start planning your next event! ... more less