My stay at the Trenthouse Inn (which should be called The Three Mountain Goddess Inn) came as a result of 4 friends reuniting after 35 years apart - we last saw each other when we ranged from ages of 10 - 15. Juliann, the youngest goddess, could not have assisted us any harder than she did through our bombardment of emails. Once there, it was more beautiful than imagined and we had the entire house to ourselves, however, we never left the kitchen table! Marianne, Juliann's mother, made dinner late for my friends without complaint. We visited with she and The Great Goddess, Mariann's 91 year old mother, for a long time. Amazing women. We all felt completely at home, of no bother, though I'm sure we were, and would still be there if possible. I could not recommend this Inn more. We had freezing weather, but they have the most beautiful outdoor patio/fire pit area. Can't wait to go back to use that!
Breakfast was wonderful, and even the two over imbibers, ate and enjoyed. So much more can be said. This Inn was a place of magic! There are not enough words to thank these 3 phenomenal women for the perfect weekend!
Paige Ramsay Greene
- 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