My husband and I were staying at the Morguen Toole on a Friday night, after a day of riding from Ohiopyle on the GAP. We were bound for Cumberland the next day. But our accomodations in Cumberland did not pan out (skip Cumberland from our perspective) and we needed a place to park our car on Thursday in advance of our ride frkm Ohiopyle. Jeremy and his wife were incredibly helpful and let us park our car overnight in advance k! Our stay. On top of that, my husband then needed a ride back to the Ohiopyle area on Thursday night, and being a small town, there are no cabs...well, Jeremy said he had a friend who might be able to help and sure enough be arranges for Michael Reich (a good musician, check out his album Writing on the Wall) to be my husbands cab back to Ohiopyle for the night. A HUGE help for us, and when we arrived by bike the next day, they were just as helpful and accomodating. This is a very cool, very fun place to stay. Wth comdfortable.beds, clean rooms, great beer and the closest walk between your dinner and a good night's sleep that you will find! Definitely would sfay again, A perfecf stop on the GAP.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel at Morguen Toole provides guests with a unique experience that isn't found anywhere else. The huge brick building was built in the late 1800's as a morgue and tool shop. The current owners bought the sadly neglected building in 2011 and have restored the beauty and history. The lodging is primarily on the 3rd floor and include everything from hostel style bunks to elegant 4 room suites. ... more less