My daughter's wedding was in Jim Thorpe. The mother of the groom asked a year in advance to have rooms set aside. They assured us they would. I heard the conversation. Months later, when she called, she found out someone else had booked a group of rooms and there was nothing in the books for our party. She quickly got some rooms but not enough. My uncle who is almost 80 checked in and asked for help with luggage, they said no. Asked for an elevator, they said no. He was put into one of their extra "houses." He had to walk three flights of stairs. He promptly checked out. My sister had terrible service for a lunch during her visit. The grooms rooms were all to be charged to the groom's parents, but they charged some of the guests. All in all we were unhappy with the inn. It is beautiful, quaint, convenient, but their service is awful! I would not suggest using it for a wedding party.