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Ligonier Country Inn

1376 Route 30 East P.O. Box 46, Laughlintown, PA 15655
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Lodging, food and hospitality reminiscent of a charming by-gone era. Special is what we do best! Innkeepers Maggie and PJ Nied have created the Inn's relaxed atmosphere welcoming visitors as old friends. Located in the beautiful Laurel Mountains in Laughlintown, Pennsylvania this Country Inn / B&B is the perfect place for putters, punters, skiers, casting enthusiasts and even couch potatoes.
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Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Non-smoking hotel
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Sunshine13985608941 wrote a review Dec. 2018
46 contributions15 helpful votes
We have been hearing good things about this place and were very much looking forward to our dinner here. We waited by the entrance and a lady who clearly works there came out of the office, looked at us, and walked away without acknowledging us at all. Not even a nod or a hello or “someone will be with you shortly.” Then a few minutes later a gentleman in camouflaged clothes and a cap who looked like he was just a passerby or a guest but I guess must the owner or something, not sure, saw us and asked if we were being helped. We said no, and he seated us and helped the table until a server arrived. The server was also the front desk person for the inn part. I don’t remember much about the food to be honest because we were so disappointed with the service or the lack thereof. The food was average I think, because it was not memorable as excellent or terrible. We do clearly recall the bad service. Maybe we just visited on a bad day when all the staff called in sick, or the place is overrated. Either way, we don’t plan on going there again.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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shohamzober wrote a review Nov. 2018
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania2 contributions2 helpful votes
I can say without a hint of hyperbole that I have LITERALLY stayed in $5 a night Central American Flophouses with more class than this place! First, when we arrived, we were placed in a room which was right on the highway (we have a 1 year old). We had parked in front of the Hotel & were told that while we were welcome to park their, we could also park closer to our room (room 16, AKA room 6 – apparently fixing a broken is too much to ask, and not doing so is a safety issue, but more on that later). We brought 2 of our three bags in through the main entrance and unpacked. 30 minutes later we attempted to go back through the main entrance, but were locked out! For a hotel of this size, there should be someone on duty at all times, and restricting access to the exit again is dangerous; but that’s not the whole issue, since room 6 (er, 16) is DIRECTLY on the highway, so the only way out was by walking on the highway! At this point, I wasn’t mad. I walked on the highway and when I got back with the car, we found out that the door unlocked easily from the inside, so that we had to barricade ourselves in the 1 exit to make sure that our 1 year old would not open the door and walk onto the (very busy and LOUD) highway in the middle of the night! Oh, and there was no smoke detector in the room (though there was a Scientology pamphlet) At this point I was annoyed. After night 1 we had breakfast. It was lukewarm coffee and 5 day old pastries (This was Friday Morning & the pastries were from the Sunday brunch which brings in non-guests to pay for breakfast). Night 2 was worse. There was some kind of event RIGHT NEXT TO OUR ROOM. Again, we have a 1 year old, we weren’t told about the event, and we weren’t upgraded to a different room (you know, maybe one that wasn’t right on the highway – but more on that later). The party ended at 10:00 PM Night 3 was so bad we decided not to stay for night 4. The party went past 11, and would have gone much longer if I had not complained. When I complained I talked directly to the owner who blamed “the system”, and claimed that we were supposed to be in a different room anyway. Also there was no toilet paper or smoke alarm in the room. Was that "the system" The next morning, we asked to be refunded for the night we were cancelling. The owner, PJ said we had to talk to the Inn Keeper, Maggie (his wife), who would “square things away” when she got back on Monday. She didn’t. We left multiple messages and got a different story from the employee who we talked with when we called several days later to talk to “The Inn Keeper” who never called us back. He said that he didn’t know when the owner would be back and was instructed to never give those kinds of details to people calling on the phone – in other words, he is instructed to screen their calls. When we called back again,"Robert" told us that Maggie was on vacation and would be back in November! I am not really bothered as much by the lack of a refund for a night we didn’t stay in a place that did not treat us fairly, but by the lies and the evasiveness on the part of the owners of this hole.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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lab-pit wrote a review Nov. 2018
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania2 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed here for 2 nights and loved it. Already planning to go back next month. Very quaint and clean. Excellent breakfast buffet on Sundays. Would definitely recommend staying here! We were a little disappointed to learn the owners are selling and it will be closed down for 6 months starting in January. Hopefully the new owners are going to be just as good as the current owners. Loved it, definitely worth staying here and the town of Ligonier is wonderful.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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BorneAppetit wrote a review Oct. 2018
Indianapolis, Indiana177 contributions100 helpful votes
Super cute and charming place to stay and I love that they have dog friendly rooms. The staff and owners are very warm and friendly and kind. We did not, however, enjoy the meal we ordered at the restaurant or the slow service at check-in or to be seated to dine... but truly the warm and wonderful customer relations and absolute charm of the place more than made up for it for me (my partner did not agree). Drinks were perfect and the bar seems well-stocked! I love this place and would stay here again if I had the opportunity. If they improved the food then this place would be HEAVENLY.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Jane C wrote a review Oct. 2018
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The management and staff at the Ligonier Country Inn could NOT be more accommodating, professional or friendly. They truly take their guests needs to heart and respond to any request in the most efficient and timely manner. I was completely satisfied with stay, the staff and the management.
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
1 Helpful vote
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ligonier Country Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Ligonier Country Inn?
Nearby attractions include Fort Ligonier (4.8 km), Ligonier Country Market (4.8 km), and Compass Inn Museum (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ligonier Country Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Ligonier Country Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ligonier Country Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ligonier Country Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Kitchen On Main, Ligonier Creamery, and Carol and Dave's Roadhouse.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ligonier Country Inn?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Ligonier Country Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 km away from the centre of Laughlintown.
Are pets allowed at Ligonier Country Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Ligonier Country Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Ligonier (4.8 km) and Ligonier Beach (2.9 km).