If you are looking for a unique place to rest your head, the lodging options in the Laurel Highlands are just as varied as the attractions that bring visitors back year after year.
The possibilities are endless, from the perfect spot to pitch a tent to the swankiest of luxury resorts – and everything in between. – Whatever constitutes your dream getaway, you’ll likely find it here in the Laurel Highlands.
Take a break from cycling on the Great Allegheny Passage and get a great night’s rest at the Levi Deal Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Meyersdale, Bed and Breakfast by Benyak in Confluence, or Bright Morning Bed and Breakfast in West Newton.
If you’re looking for the nostalgic feel for a simpler time, The Good Ol’ Days House, in Belle Vernon may be just the ticket. Relax in a home where the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s come alive. This restored and renovated family home is filled with authentic treasures that bring you back to the decades of America’s past with its nifty ’50s kitchen, an art-deco style ’40s dining room, a living room in mod ’60s decor, retro ’70s bedrooms, and full basement with a knotty pine built-in bar right out of the ’50s along with vintage pinball and bowling machines.
Nestled along a beautiful mountain stream, Sylvania Lodge near Somerset is an authentically restored craftsman-style cottage located just minutes from Seven Springs and Hidden Valley Resorts. It provides the ambiance of a historic private mountain lodge with modern conveniences such as Wi-Fi and a smart TV, but with 17 windows overlooking a trout stream and a stove/fireplace, we doubt you’ll be watching much television! Two bedrooms plus a sofa bed provide sleeping for up to seven guests.
To start planning your Laurel Highlands getaway, check out on of these one-of-a kind retreats: Ohiopyle Treehouse, Little Eventyr Tiny House, Yurts at Benner’s Meadow Run, Conestoga Wagon Lodge at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Mill Run, Froggy Top Lodge, Oak Lodge, Polymath Park and Pine Creek Glamping.