Our Cabin has become know as "The Crick House". The Crick House is situated about 100 yards from the historic Mill Run Creek. Many people in this area use the slang word "Crick" in place of Creek. This explains why the name Crick House has come to be. The cabin sits at the end of a private driveway surrounded by woods. There is a short path allowing access to the creek or you can sit on the porch and listen to its tranquil sounds.
Cozy Yurt located on our livestock farm. The yurt has access to the adjacent pavilion with fireplace, refrigerator, kitchenette with convection oven, propane stove and all necessary utensils. Blankets not provided unless requested. Queen sized air mattress, single futon couch. Bathhouse with composting toilet and hot water shower. Watch the livestock graze our pastures, feed the goats and chickens, play in the stream.
Built in 1941 as Mountain Chevrolet Garage on the foundation of the former Confluence Hotel constructed in the late 1880s, our home is the perfect location for a night off the GAP trail or a day trip to Ohiopyle State Park or Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (15 miles) and Kentucky Knob (13 miles). Second story apartment with river views that feels like a farmhouse and is situated on top of a warehouse. This guest room is one of two in our home. Managed by an artist couple.