The building was built in 1923 by Italian immigrants and has been restored to its natural beauty. Crystal chandeliers throughout create colorful dancing rainbows and complement the Art Deco and depression-era furniture. The rooms with private baths are themed to represent Connellsville's ethnicity--German, Irish, Slovak and Italian. Local attractions include hiking, biking and horseback riding the Great Allegheny Passage, canoeing, fishing and swimming in the Youghiogheny River, visiting Frank Lloyd Wright's house of Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and Duncan House, skiing and much, much more.
5 on June 21, 2016
We were in town to attend our grandson's graduation and visit family. The website was very helpful. Because of the length of our stay (7 nights) and the fact that we booked late, it was necessary to change rooms. Both rooms were beautiful, clean and had wonderful beds. Lucy prepared wonderful breakfasts with something different every morning, There is a laundry area and a frig to store or buy drinks. We had lots of things to visit and places to have lunch or dinner.
4.6 on May 17, 2016
Convenient to the GAP and bike-friendly. Helpful, friendly owners, great room, available laundry, and convenient to numerous restaurants. I will certainly return if I'm again stopping in Connellsville.
5 on May 08, 2016
If you are going to Connellsville, and spending the night, this is the only place you should book. John and Lucille are running an amazing B&B. I don't use the word "charming" often, but I have no choice in this case. We stayed in the Irish room, which was perfect for two tired bikers. John recommended a great place to eat and get a drink. Lucille made a great breakfast that reminded me of home. The B&B is right off the GAP if you're biking thru, and is close to pretty much everything in Connellsville. Definitely will be back to stay again!
5 on September 24, 2015
One of favorite stops while riding bike on Greater Allegheny Passage
4.8 on September 20, 2015
My husband and I and two other couples were riding our bikes from Pittsburgh to Cumberland on the Gap Trail. Since my husband and I grew up in the western PA area, we were excited to stay in Connellsville. The bed and breakfast did not disappoint. From John meeting us when we arrived to the wonderful rooms to the great breakfast, everything was perfect. We had read that you could hear the trains all night long, but we did not hear one! Maybe we were just tired. We enjoyed breakfast, and we met other bikers who we continued to see along the trail. It was so nice to have breakfast with others. In addition, John kept our bikes in a safe place (locked garage) overnight.
5 on September 14, 2015
What a great experience for my first B&B. I never slept so well and enjoyed an outstanding breakfast. The service was excellent and would go back in a heartbeat. Everything was clean and service was friendly
5 on September 09, 2015
Super accommodating to cyclists! Very warm and welcoming hosts! Great breakfasts and a lovely facility. What more could you possibly ask for? They have comfy beds and anything you could ever need for a relaxing night after a long day on the trail. What a find!
5 on June 07, 2015
Our hosts were very welcoming, provided great accommodations and breakfast.
5 on May 30, 2015
I forgot my shorts and the owner called me and and offered to ship them to my home. I offered to pay for the shipment , but the owner refused to take money. I received my short. Thank you, hope to visit you again
4.8 on May 17, 2015
Our 3 night stay was exactly what we wanted. Good clean room, good breakfast, and good location. We were able to see Fallingwaters and do some local biking on the Great Allegheny Passage. The temperature of the A/C was set a bit low for our comfort. The B&B provided ear plugs to muffle the sound of constant train traffic and train horns. Otherwise we very much enjoyed our stay.
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Along major bike trails, Near Amtrak Station, Near mountains, Near river, Near major highways, City, Countryside
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) 69 miles
From PA Turnpike I-76, take New Stanton Exit 75, after toll booth take the ramp on the left with the large sign Connellsville Rte. 119S. Continue on 119S until you come to W. Crawford Avenue then turn left. Building is on the left at W. Crawford and 2nd. La Boheme glass store is in the front of building on W. Crawford. From I-68, take Exit 14B to US 40W toward Uniontown. Continue until Route 119N. Turn left at W. Crawford. We are 6 blocks away at W. Crawford & Second.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Comet Drive-In, Great Allegheny Passsage, Frank L. Wright Fallingwater, French & Indian War Historic Sites, Ohiopyle State Park, Seven Springs Ski Resort, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Clothes dryer, DVD Player, Fireplace, Library, TV Video games, Washer/dryer , Locked Garage, Internet TV with Netflix, Porch, Handicapped Accessible, Dog Friendly, Infrared Sauna
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Desk, Hairdryer, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Museums & Art Galleries, Drive-In Theaters, Amtrak and HO train display, Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, City Walking Tour, Antiquing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting
John and Lucille King
Lucille also owns La Boheme, a retail store featuring beautiful imported glass and jewelry from the Czech Republic.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Savory cheese pancakes served with sour cream and chives