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Cedar Run Inn
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Reviewed October 1, 2012

I can only review the restaurant but it's so good I've got to say so. Variety, quality and service are excellent and totally unexpected in this near wilderness setting. We got there very late in the season to see hummingbirds but still got a great show.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
3  Thank noel w
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Reviewed September 12, 2012

I would like to correct some information from a previous review by lilyofthevalley. The Cedar Run Inn does indeed serve breakfast to the public as long as the dining room is not fully reserved. We own a cabin in the area and have been visiting the Cedar Run Inn forever. This is a fantastic place, with the best food in the entire area.

Room Tip: Ask to have your cocktails served out on the lovely front porch!
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 29, 2012

My husband and I have been coming to the Cedar Run Inn for 23 years. Our first stay was in August of 1989, the same year the current owners took over. Charlotte, Stan and their son Phil are friendly and unpretentious people and have always made us feel comfortable and welcome. The inn is in a very quiet, remote location along Pine Creek in a tiny village consisting of a handful of homes and a general store. The Pine Creek Rail Trail goes right by the inn. You can literally walk out the front door, jump on your bike and you'll be on the trail. The inn has it's own restaurant and it's really one of our favorites. Phil is the chef and there are about 10 selections to choose from on the dinner menu. We have tried everything and the food is always really good and presented well. The friendly and efficient waitstaff has pretty much remained the same over the years and that tells you a lot about a place. The restaurant is open to the public, but breakfast is reserved for overnight guests only. Hummingbirds are frequent guests to the inn. Charlotte has hung up several window feeders and they are just inches away from you while you dine. They offer a package that includes both breakfast and dinner at a very reasonable rate. There are 13 rooms available, some with a private bath, some with a shared bath. The rooms are cozy and always very clean. No tvs in the room, but we like it that way. There is a tv in the common area if you really can't go without! We love everything about this place; the location, beautiful scenery and the sounds of nature. We immediately start to relax whenever we come here. The area is definitely seeing more action since the bike trail opened, but it still retains it's charm and peacefulness. A canoe trip down Pine Creek between Blackwell and Cedar Run is one way to really take in the beauty of this little corner of the world. We look forward to returning every year. It's nice to know some things never change.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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8  Thank katy j
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Reviewed May 26, 2012

My wife and I stayed at Cedar Run Inn in the course of a 128-mile bicycle trip up and down the "Grand Canyon of PA". We had a room with a shared bath, on the 3rd floor in the front of the Inn. The innkeeper, whose name escapes me, greeted us nicely as we came in off the bike trail, sweaty and dirty and tired. She showed us to our room, and left us alone to rest and get cleaned up.

The room was very comfortable and had a commode and sink. The shower/tub was across the hall and was shared with 2 other rooms on the 3rd floor. The Inn is a relic of the olden days, with dozens of antique pieces scattered about. There is a nice shared sitting room, a beautiful dining room with lots of glass windows facing Pine Creek and adorned with hummingbird feeders all about. There are plentiful brochures, maps, and reference books on the area available to guests. Very cozy.

Then there is the front porch. This is the place to go. While we were there, the front porch hosted numerous fly fishermen telling their fish stories late into the night. Not loud drunken banter, but very gentlemanly and in controlled voices. However, the front porch was just under our room and with our window open and with the conversation going on for hours into the night, I had a hard time sleeping. Had to close the window to get some sleep. Next time, I'd request a room in the back. Or next time, if I weren't so tired, I'd be out on the porch myself, enjoying the company out there.

The room, the bath, the dining area, were all clean and cozy. The owner was friendly. There is a nice restaurant of great reputation but it was closed when we were there (open only Weds - Sun). Muffins and coffee were set out for guests in the dining room in the morning. We requested hot water for tea and were quickly accommodated.

This is one of those places that are fun to stay at. Do it for the fun of it. It's not the Holiday Inn, but it's like taking a step back to grandma's house (at least my grandma's) 50 years ago.

Room Tip: Get a room in the back, not above the front porch.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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8  Thank jimritch
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Reviewed April 25, 2012

We eat here every time we are at Pine Creek and have stayed many times. the rooms are nice, most are smallish, and some share a bath. Everything is clean and nice - but don't expect luxury, and rooms don't have TVs or even wireless internet. In fact, there is barely cell phone service most places in the valley. THAT is why we go there - for the peace and seclusion. Eating dinner by the windows watching hummingbirds fighting is one of the highlights of our vacation. Most dishes are excellent - we love the duck and medallions of beef. Appetizers and dessert are a must. Price is very reasonable. All the staff is very nice. This is a place that we will return to every year as long as we are able.

Room Tip: as I recall.....#3 is quite small with a shared bath. Any room with a private bath tends to be a little larger. I think 7A is the biggest with 2 beds (ask when you reserve) There is no air conditioning - but all rooms have window fans, and evenings will be cooler there even in the hottest part of summer, save for a few extreme days.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank tedley7
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