My family has been traveling the National Road since my grandfather went West in the late nineteenth century. When we stay here it feels like we are traveling along a parallel line in history.
But besides the history, it is a beautiful place to stay with excellent food, a very friendly atmosphere and most reasonable pricing. Our favorite rooms are the two the front ones in the old stone building named for Albert Gallatin -- a personal hero whose home site just a bit south at Friendship Hill is worth a visit -- and the Marquis de Lafayette.
PS The Whiskey Rebellion (which was centered in the part of Pennsylvania and in which Gallatin played an important diplomatic role) flag in the bar is an original.
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