Quill Haven Country Inn

Address: 1519 N Center Ave, Somerset, Pennsylvania, 15501, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1519 N Center Ave, Somerset, is near Flight 93 Memorial and Somerset Historical Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Quill Haven Country Inn Somerset

    Ski weekend

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    I've stayed at Quill Haven at least 6 times in the recent years and each visit has been excellent. Very comfortable and accomodating, cookies waiting, hot tub warming and a warm bed to sleep in. You feel very much at home and that you're more than a customer to Carol and Roland. I always recommend Quill Haven to fellow skiiers - you won't regret it.

    Home away from home

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    Stayed with friends who come here on anniversary. The food was outstanding. The room warm and comfortable. Carol treated us like part of her family. It was a warm and relaxing weekend that we continue to treasure. We enjoy B&Bs and will definitely be back to see Carol again.

    Home Away From Home

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    Charming home in Somerset, PA with all the amentieis one could ask or hope for. The inkeepers, Carol and Rowland are some of the nicest innkeepers we have met in our B&B travels. They are a personable and warm couple who go out of their way to make your stay quiet and relaxing! Ask Rowland about his squirrel stew and Carol about her breakfasts. If you ever leave this B&B hungry, it;s no one's fault but your own.

    How good is Quill Haven

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    We have stayed with Carol & Rowland twice now the first time was eight years ago it was so good that we rushed back as soon as we could (it takes a long time to walk from Surrey in the UK) We love Quill Haven and Carol & rowland their two boys are great fun to, it is full of wonderfull surprises and where did Carol get all those hedgehogs she could start a guess the amount of hedgehogs in my hous competition and if you get within 100 you get a free glass of wine. Breakfast fabulous but too much for us poor brits we are not used to such grand dining. The whole place is always clean and tidy (until I get there). It's great you go out leaving the room like a teenager has had a strop and the next time you enter all is well and calm. Carol & Rowlands local knowledge is also brilliant and they have entertained us as if we were royalty. We will of course be going back to see them but we won't wait eight years this time.

    Be happy Chris & Margaret

    Perfect Getaway

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    The Quill Haven Inn is the perfect getaway for a romantic weekend! This was our first time at a bed & breakfast. As soon as we walked through the front door, we felt like we were in another world. The Inn is decorated beautifully and each room has its own theme. We stayed in the Rose Room, which we would highly recommend. It was our anniversary, so we got the anniversary package which included beautiful red roses, a balloon bouquet (both of which lasted for weeks), champagne, chocolates and candles. It was such a romantic experience, and we have been married 23 years! Carol is a wonderful hostess, very warm and inviting, and makes an excellent breakfast (especially her delicious muffins). We have already made reservations for a weekend in the fall and can hardly wait. When you stay here, you won't be disappointed and it will be someplace you will want to visit over and over again.

    Favorite B&B in the East

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    When we travel from Ohio to the East Coast, we ALWAYS make a stop at Quill Haven both coming AND going! Carol and Rowland have a charming B&B, and the guests we have encountered have been congenial and well-traveled. My husband and I especially like the availability of a king-sized bed. The robes are luxurious (I've bought my own!), and the rooms comfortably and thoughtfully decorated. We have recommended this B&B to others, who have now become fans of this country inn. The breakfast is great, and the afternoon cookies are, too. Beverages are available any time, and I am a fan of the library! We have used the hot tub each time we come, and the yard is well-maintained! In retrospect, there is nothing I don't like about this inn! There is also a small lake within two miles, and my husband likes to spend some time fishing there when we stay here. Downtown Somerset has a couple of nice restaurants, which we will patronize again the next time we are through. You will have an enjoyable stay here - Carol and Rowland will see to that!

    Very nice B&B

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    Very nice B&B for our anniversary. We stayed in the Bridal Suite, which was very nicely decorated.

    We love B&B's and have stayed in quite a few. This is one of the best.

    Outstanding Place to Stay

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    We stayed three nights and had an outstanding experience at Quill Haven. The accommodations were clean and tasteful. Our room was clean and comfortable and included cable television. The bed came with two individual mattress warmers which we did not use, but appreciated. The common room came with a refrigerator, glass of wine, cookies in the evenings, games, as well as a television. The major draw for us was the outdoor tub.

    Breakfast was delicious and varied over the course of the three mornings. Carol's baked goods were superb. The home cooked food was a treat and we highly recommend it.

    What made this place truly unique for us was the Millers. They were warm, friendly, and helpful hosts. They make you feel right at home while still giving you a lot of privacy. They had helpful suggestions about a variety of things from restaurents to hiking spots. We appreciated their attention to detail whether it had to do with breakfast linen, furniture, or service.

    It is an outstanding place that combines privacy with the warm atmosphere of a home. We highly recommend this place.

    Peaceful Recharging Retreat

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    The Quill Haven Country Inn was a best pick for my little getaway. I wanted to go somewhere that I would be able to just relax, enjoy the outdoors, and be comfortable. The owners, Carol and Roland, have created a beautiful space where guests can truly get away. Their hospitality is reminiscent of a time gone by. The other guests were great to talk with, and I plan to see some of them again this summer. The food was wonderful, and each morning brought something new to feast on. I enjoyed coffee on the front porch in the morning, and a glass of wine in the back in the evening. Each evening for me ended with super-relaxing trip to the private hot tub. The Inn was in a convenient location to reach other destinations. Everything was within a 10-30 minute drive. I look forward to my next visit! This B&B is a definite destination for future trip for me. I highly recommend it!

    Great place, room and breakfast

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    Carol has tried to think of everything, including a shared guest area with TV. The room was well-equipped and very clean and comfortable. Breakfast (family-style) was great. We also had really useful conversations with Carol as we sought her advice on how to spend our time in the locality.

    For a foreigner, getting to this B&B was fairly complex, given the local roads (hardly her fault), but we did manage it, so that's a major credit to the directions given to us.

    We'd strongly consider staying here for a second time if we ever landed up in the area again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Quill Haven Country Inn Somerset

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Somerset

    400 miles of autumn perfection

    A travel blog entry by barbstravels on Oct 25, 2014

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    ... Kevin is snoring here, so I guess I should wrap this up. He did all of the driving today, even though I offered to help. Good job K. Thank you for bringing me to this wonderful corner of the earth. b ha...I think this is going to wake Kevin up. There is a parade of about 20 firetrucks going town the street in front of the inn. Our innkeeper warned us so that we would not be alarmed. Pretty ...

    Highways and forests

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... is in Pittsburgh. Not long after that we crossed the border into Pennsylvania. We have been elsewhere in this state before. There was a lovely Welcome Centre (Information Centre) with picnic tables in a pleasant setting so it became time for lunch. At times we were sitting in sunshine and then the clouds came over, only to move on and the sunshine to return.

    Collected some information about things near Pittsburgh. As we headed ...

    Drake Well Museum and down to Maryland

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 04, 2014

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    I left the rally a day early. A fierce storm blew through the area in the early hours of the morning and although it was a brilliant, gorgeous day when I got up, it was really windy and the forecast was not good. I packed up, said my farewells and drove to Titusville, which had been suggested as an interesting place to visit.

    Just a few miles out of town is the Drake Well Museum where the petroleum industry got its start. That was fascinating - not your ...

    Falling for the weekend

    A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Sep 20, 2014

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    This trip coincided with Donelle's birthday and a weekend so we decided to go away to celebrate by visiting the famous Frank Lloyd Wright designed Fallingwater. Our road trip took us through three states, over big rolling heavily wooded hills and finishing in Maryland at the Savage River Lodge. We stopped in a tiny town off the highway to fill up with petrol and have lunch because we spotted a cafe. Turns out when we went in it wasn't a cafe but a gambling den, no coffee to be had. That ...

    New Stanton, PA./ Columbus OH.

    A travel blog entry by jarallis on Sep 11, 2014

    37 photos

    ... go for miles and miles.
    The rural areas reflects prosperous living and the city of Columbus is so neat. Clean, tidy and easy to get around. Arena area would be so neat on a game night and the cities current development work on the riverfront show their progressive thoughts.
    Unfortunately no home football game on whilst there as wanted to see the renown Ohio State University Band. Saw them on TV and put on an amazing show.
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