M husband and I took our 18 year old and 10 year old daughters to the Trenthouse Inn for three days. What a great place to stay! It is run by Mariann and Juliann and they are both so friendly and attentive. They really make you feel at home.
The Inn is a beautifully decorated Victorian home with a lot of attention to detail. From the plush towels to the comfortable beds in the rooms and the wonderfully appointed living and dining areas with internet and direct TV throughout. It was nice and clean and the breakfast was AWESOME! It was delicious and the portions were more than generous and it was served with a lot of grace and style. There is also a really lovely patio outside and a garden that attracts lots of butterflies and hummingbirds you can watch from the porch. In addition they have a Delicatessan attached to the house that is open for lunch; serves great food and has convenience store items.
The Inn is located right next to one of the entrances to Laurel Hill State Park. Our purpose was to do some fishing and hiking in the park (there is also a nice beach and lake with boating rentals there). There is a beautiful creek that runs right next to the Inn and one of the longest hiking trail for the park starts at the Trenthouse Inn. There is also horseback riding at the Double K Stables roughly a mile and a half away. We had a great time! There was plenty to do but it was also very relaxing. We definitely plan to go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We welcome you to Trenthouse Inn, a 120 year old newly renovated National Historic Landmark. This charming Victorian home is surrounded by 4,000 acres of state park, offering both summer and winter activities. Seven Springs Resort and Hidden Valley are minutes away as well as numerous hiking and biking trails. A beautiful scenic drive will take you to Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob or Ohiopyle. We invite you to feel at home enjoying a comfortable bedroom. ... more less