My boyfriend and I spent a relaxing two nights in the Quill Haven Inn in January. We were going to cross-country ski, but the weather didn't cooperate the first day so we hiked instead. But a surprise storm blew through and we were able to go out our second day. Coming back to the Quill Haven Inn both nights was such a pleasure. We stayed in the rose room, with its king bed, lovely wallpaper and homey feel. It reminded me to visits to my Grandmother's during my college years. Carol took care of our every need. There was complimentary wine in the refrigerator of the living room, plenty of DVDs to choose among and yummy breakfasts to fuel us up before our active adventures in the countryside. There is much to explore in the Laurel Highlands and staying at the Quill Haven Inn is a wonderful respite after an active day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the elegant yet relaxed atmosphere of this 1918 "Gentleman's farmhouse" built in the Arts & Crafts period with hardwood floors, antiques, reproductions, stained glass lamps. Four guestrooms (one king bed, three queen beds) with a private bath, cable TV/VCR/DVD, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, heated mattress pad, wireless Internet access. A full breakfast is served in the Sunroom. Guests can relax in the Common Room in front of the fireplace or soak in the outdoor hot tub. A mini-kitchenette is available in the Common Room with a microwave, coffee maker, sink and a fridge offering guests access to coffee, tea, sodas, complimentary glass of wine in the evenings and some kind of goodies like chocolate chip cookies, brownies or fudge. Near Fallingwater, skiing, golfing, antique stores, water sports. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Country Inn Somerset
- Somerset Country Inn