My wife and I stayed at the Inn for 3 nights while attending a nephew's wedding. Two other siblings and their spouses stayed as well, so we kind of had the run of the place. The Inn was spacious and comfortable, breakfast was tasty and well-presented, and the rooms were well-furnished and we slept well. The only drawbacks: first, there's just not much doing in Bloomsburg; and second, the Inn itself is a little hard to find, on a side street, away from the center of "town".
We arrived late on a Thursday night, later than usual check-in, but the owner very graciously accommodated our schedule. We were later than we expected because we had trouble finding the Inn in the dark; signage was not readily visible from the road. But we arrived, and were greeted by the caretaker who immediately took us in hand.
Our room was very large and well-furnished, with a comfortable bed and seating and an antique chest of drawers. Rooms have a sink and toilet (some do not), with showers and bathtubs down the hall. In our wing, there were 2 big bathrooms, and we never found ourselves waiting to use them.
Breakfast was served whatever time we asked each morning. It was ample and tasty. Always included fresh fruit, some kind of egg dish, juice and coffee. We were well set for the day.
There are spacious common areas, including a pool room and seating areas. JD, the owner, is a former Navy Blue Angels flyer, and my brother the Marine Corps helicopter pilot loved looking at his display of memorabilia from JD's service.
We were in Bloomsburg for a wedding, and we needed a family gathering spot. The Inn accommodated us beautifully, giving us space to set up a buffet dinner and allowing us the use of tables, silverware, etc. It was very comfortable for us to eat a leisurely dinner and visit with each other well into the evening.
The Inn is a little hard to find, and fairly isolated from the rest of the town, not that there is that much of the town in the first place. The main draw in town is the University; when the University closes, the town rolls up its sidewalks as well. We were there the weekend of college graduation, and the espresso stand we visited said that after that weekend, they'd be closed until school was back in session in the fall.
One fun thing we did: we found an alpaca farm and toured it - which was a gas. Even came away with a free pair of alpaca socks. It was a fun way to spend a half day.
All the rooms were comfortable and well-furnished. Ask for one with a toilet and sink.
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