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The Fool on the Bike from Pittsburgh on 10/1/2020 8:32:01 PM:
Darlene, who owns the Inn with her husband Bill, told guests at breakfast that they are putting it up for sale. It needs a younger owner, she said. They plan on retiring in Arizona. I very much enjoyed staying here after riding from Meyersdale -- for the room, use of the washing machine/dryer, the fridge full of Gatorade Zero, and Darlene and Bill's hospitality. She baked cranberry muffins for riders to take along that day, and by the time I neared Brunswick, I was grateful for her thoughtfulness. It's a great place to stay!

Bike traveler from Austin,Texas on 10/3/2020 9:53:11 PM:
I stayed there last year. It was a comfortable place to spend the night. They were gracious hosts.