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My girlfriend and I drove 3 hours to Bear mountain and it was not a let down. It was more than I thought it was going to be. We made great memories and will be going back to Bear Mountain making it a yearly tradition....More
My husband and I stayed in the Whitetail Room for the second time two weeks ago, As usual, Sherri, Amanda, and Jim made every detail perfect for our visit. This room is spacious, yet very cozy and comfortable. The Lodge is beautiful and has the...More
Response from jim m, Owner at Bear Mountain LodgeResponded April 30, 2017
Thank you for returning to what I hope feels like a home-away-from-home for you and your husband, and for such kind words. We look forward to seeing you again.
All the best,
We had a wonderful long weekend at the Bear Mountain Lodge! It is clean and comfy and offered all the amenities we were looking for. We took advantage of the beautiful Pine Creek bike trail nearby, explored the tiny towns along the way and we...More
Our Hideaway Lodge was meticulously appointed, spotless, absolutely perfect in every sense! With our own private deck that offered views of magnificent sunsets! Our hosts were awesome - the gift basket of goodies was an unexpected surprise. And the discount coupons for local restaurants and...More
We enjoyed the cozy room with hot tub on the deck for our anniversary weekend. Muffins and snacks were great. The staff were friendly and accommodating. Convenient location near rail trail and state park.
Response from May222013 | Reviewed this property |
The Lodge itself is very romantic, a short drive from town, maybe 8 minutes or so. We were in the Wilderness Suite with a large soaker tub, love long bubble baths. I suffer from a debilitating heart issue and therefore... More
The Lodge itself is very romantic, a short drive from town, maybe 8 minutes or so. We were in the Wilderness Suite with a large soaker tub, love long bubble baths. I suffer from a debilitating heart issue and therefore hiking was out of the question for me as well, but there is a scenic tour of the Canyon using your own car, we pulled over and enjoyed most of the vistas with easy access. Fall foliage was at its peak so we took an afternoon train ride to view the changing leaves. Main Street was great for people watching, we ordered lunch from the Red Skillet (food truck) which was excellent, had a seat under the shade of a tree and relaxed. The diner was fun for breakfast, great local vibe. We purchased pumpkins and fruits/veggies from a local farmer to bring home to Pittsburgh. There is a local cheesery, but it was closed when we tried to visit, they were in the middle of building a cheese cave. Just a few things I recall off the top of my head, we visited in October '15. Enjoy!!
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