I had decided to travel from New Jersey to Cleveland on US Highway 6 (the longest transcontinental highway in the US) - a lot more fun than I-80. I found the Inn on Maple Street through the Highway 6 website. Even though I did not have any of my dogs with me, I was impressed by the pet-friendly policy. I got right through to Jay and was able to make the reservation without any difficulty. Jay and Sharen made sure that someone would be at the house when I arrived. I had a quiet, comfortable night followed by a wonderful breakfast (baked pear, breakfast pie with salsa, homemade bread, jelly & apple butter, and plenty of coffee). Jay recommended visiting the Zippo museum in Bradford (not to be missed!) and also the nearby town of Warren for lunch (terrific raspberry pie - wish I could remember the name of the restaurant but it's right around the corner from the used bookstore). I would definitely visit the Inn again - it reminded of me of why I love to stay in a bed and breakfast. Thanks again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our turn of the century Victorian home welcomes families, children and pets. Our atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed in a small town America. Our guests enjoy the big front porch and common areas for socializing or quiet times. The personal touches of bath robes, hairdryers, bottled water and magazines make their visit memorable. Included with your stay is a full home baked breakfast, afternoon refreshments, free cable TV, free parking and free Wi-Fi. The Inn is open all year for your personal, business and holiday visits. Please inquire for long term rates. Nearby attractions include Kinzua Sky Walk, Cherry Springs Dark Skies, WWII Museum, historic walking tours, antique shopping, wineries and Cinco C's Alpaca Farm. ... more less