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Trail Inn and Cafe

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Reviewed 22 October 2016

Stopped here after a challenging climb up the 16 miles uphill from Cumberland. The switchback up the steep hill was another challenge, but worth it for a beer and a bite. The owner was extremely kind and attentive. We had some beers and chicken fingers - they were fine but nothing special. I can't comment on the lodging or camping....

Thank Pgh15203
Baltimore, Md
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

The camping area is up a steep ramp and and a few levels as it used to be a vineyard. Camped here with the Boy Scouts and had plenty of room for our tents and gear. There were other campers here too (bicyclists). We had to haul water up the ramp which was tiring. Tent areas were flat. Had the...

Thank ppt4
Ephrata, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 9 September 2016

From outside appearance I was skeptical , but the room was very nice, clean and the bed was comfortable! A lovely breakfast basket was delivered to our room! John the owner was very friendly and he was our shuttle for the bike trail, since we choose to begin our trip in Meyersdale.

1Thank ephratamyhome
Grants Pass, Oregon
Reviewed 21 May 2016

The hosts are just delightful and very helpful. They really wanted to make sure we enjoyed our stay. Our room was heated up when we arrived. Very clean. Hot showers. Comfy bed and pillows. Breakfast was offered to us in a basket to take to our room - muffins, yoghurt, granola bar, juice, and banana. Have covered area for bikes.

1Thank Suz1884
Reviewed 1 March 2016

If arriving off the Western Maryland Railway’s steam journey from Cumberland, then make a beeline for the Café as soon as you arrive. We made the mistake of going around the Thrasher Museum first and then taking the Allegany County Trolley into Frostburg before coming back to grab a quick bite before re-boarding the train. Despite arriving back at the...

Thank The_Concierge_8
Baltimore, Maryland
Reviewed 19 September 2015

This motel is a bit off the beaten track (though still very close to the center of town) and humble looking from the outside. But the couple that owns the place obviously takes great pride in offering a good product. The room I had (#5) was quaint, attractive, and clean, and it included all the basic amenities one would expect...

2Thank Bruce M
Reviewed 9 September 2015 via mobile

John was very hospitable and helpful. We chose this establishment due to location. John accommodated us with transport to the GAP after we rode the train with our bikes from Frostburg. Breakfast basket was a quick nice way to start the day. It contained enough food to serve as a great halfway snack for our ride that day. We felt...

1Thank Karen J
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 8 September 2015

There are several other campgrounds in the area.You will have to carry your items up and down a very steep hill. You will be in the backyard of a restaurant and neighborhood. There is no electricity. the bath house is half way down the hill. The manager is a very nice guy though.

1Thank SuzieQTravels
Crownsville, Maryland, United States
Reviewed 2 June 2015

I have stayed at the Trail Inn on 3 separate occasions. I believe every time I have been in the room on the end. This is a nice place to stay if you are visiting Frostburg. It is located down the hill from the main part of town. The rooms are small, but I usually just use them for sleeping....

1Thank WildlifeGirl83
Cumberland, Maryland
Reviewed 18 February 2015

As many of you have read in the following reviews, there is no one nicer to deal with than John and Beth Sayler at the Trail Inn B&B. In the past some of the reviews have been about service in the Trail Inn Cafe. Not the food! But the service and how the staff performed. 2015 will see NEW management...

Thank Hart D

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  • Wheelchair Access
  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
For your comfort we offer 12 rooms, two of these have queen beds, one room is available with two sets of bunk beds, and we also have three rooms with a queen bed and a pull out love seat. Six of these are on the first floor with private bath and Cable TV. They are furnished with locally made rustic pine beds. On the third floor of the old Tunnel Hotel, we have two bedrooms, one with one double and two twin beds and the other has one queen and two twin beds. These rooms share a bath and a fully supplied kitchen, all you need to bring is your food. On the second floor of the Tunnel Hotel is a one bedroom suite and another room with 1 double & 1 twin bed, both with private baths and Cable TV. All rooms are NON SMOKING, no pets allowed. All rooms are air conditioned. Laundry facilities available. Discounts are offered for longer stays, group rates and off season rates. A shuttle service is available for guests reservation for this service must be made in advance. Bike rentals are also available with advance notice. Hike or Bike the Great Allegheny Passage from the Frostburg Trailhead, located 300 yards below the Trail Inn. ... more   less 

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Address: 20 Depot Rd, Frostburg, MD 21532-1306
Region: United States > Maryland > Frostburg
Number of rooms: 12
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“we had a privite room with bath, they also have hostel or family room avaible.”
ephratamyhome, 9 Sep 2016 | Read review
“I had the room at the end and I think it was a little nicer than the others. It's also farther from the bar, which might get noisy.”
  • View of the small bathroom
  • View of the sink and TV
  • The bed was comfortable, maybe a tiny bit soft
JohnMz, 12 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Find a different place to stay.”
robinb945, 23 Jul 2013 | Read review
“We stayed at the point at the stairs that made a little corner in the tight parking lot so we could lock the bikes to the rail. They may have a place too park bikes, I don't know. I would stay here again.”
treeshaker, 18 Oct 2012 | Read review
“Very inexpensive and convenient.”
FoodJudgePittsburgh, 17 Sep 2012 | Read review
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