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The Times House is a lovely B & B. The location is perfect-in the heart of town on a pretty little street. We stayed in the Serenity Room. Our room was really pretty-decorated perfectly and super clean! Chris and Diane are great inn keepers-not missing...More
First stay at the inn. Loved the location. Easy walk to everything. Hosts, Chris and Diane were very personable. Parking is avialble in a small lot, down and across from the inn. They will help you with bags if needed as there are a set...More
We loved staying at the Times House. The inn is charming, and the suite we had (Times II) was perfect with its en suite kitchenette. The proprietors are very welcoming and eager to make your stay enjoyable. Diane’s baked goods are delicious! Can’t wait to...More
This was our first time in Jim Thorpe and our stay at The Times House was perfect. This was a surprise weekend for my husband's birthday and we both really enjoyed it. The inn is perfectly located and beautifully done. Our suite was huge and...More
We were there in Jan and west back in March. Wonderful B&B. Diane and Chris are so accommodating and kind. Diana's baked goods are delicious. Went again for music at the Mauch Chunk Opera House and stayed again at The Times House the place to...More
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We did not stay in the Overlook room, but I did see it. It is a very nicely appointed room with a private bathroom down the hall. It may be the only room on the third floor ( I am not positive about that), so it should not... More
We did not stay in the Overlook room, but I did see it. It is a very nicely appointed room with a private bathroom down the hall. It may be the only room on the third floor ( I am not positive about that), so it should not be a problem unless you need the bathroom several times during the night. All of the rooms in the inn are very lovely and well furnished.
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"The first floor room faced the street. The building is quiet so we never heard anything. The block is quiet."