This inn has been SOLD!
The mountains of the Laurel Highlands in the western end of the Commonwealth, with its outdoor adventures, wineries, theater, railroading history, river rafting excursions, ski slopes (and more!), have been drawing leisure and business travelers out into the country for decades. This Pennsylvania inn for sale, built in 1900 by the coal and timber baron Levi Deal for his family, is in the village of Meyersdale (maple syrup capital of PA!) and welcomes guests with small town friendliness and warmth.
The Inn has 5 spacious guest rooms, all with private baths, and large owner’s quarters. The first floor captures the Gilded Age of design and décor, with original stained glass windows, common rooms featuring the architecture and style of various woods, and the turret and bay windows add distinctive architectural interest on all the floors. The Inn also offers full service dining opportunities on the weekends on occasion…a practice that may (or may not!) be continued with a new owner.
Just a couple of blocks off the Great Alleghany Passage, a popular hiking and biking trail, the inn boasts 4 season hospitality and is ranked by TripAdvisor as #1 in the region. You, too, can experience the pleasant lifestyle of small town inn ownership with this Viable business venture!
A historic and pleasant neighborhood setting and with 4 season area attractions that draw guests, this Inn of the Gilded Age is a Must See!
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The inn was attractively priced at $570,000 and has been SOLD!