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Cottages at Millbank

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238 Deeds Rd, Ligonier, PA 15658-3622
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Moviestar77 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Pittsburgh, Pa.195 contributions48 helpful votes
These cottages are lesser known for travelers to Ligonier due to limited advertising. I stayed in the very small cottage for two nights until my husband came. For the $75 dollars extra a night go for the Springhouse. You get the entire house to yourself. There is a lovely porch overlooking greens and fields, where we relaxed and enjoyed watching the deer. It was very clean and comfortable adorned with farmhouse décor. If you want breakfast you can bring your own food because there is a large refrigerator and plenty of cookware. You can even use the outdoor charcoal grill.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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saavychic wrote a review Jun. 2018
Carlisle, Pennsylvania174 contributions52 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night in the Bunkhouse and thought it was lovely: clean, simple and just what we needed for a nice, quiet night away. The location is down a long country road and there is a stream nearby. Because the drive to get to the cottages winds throughout the countryside, you feel like you are in a very remote spot, which we appreciated. Lincoln Highway is actually just on the other side of the stream, but we did not find the road noise to be bothersome in any way. We come to Ligonier every year and will definitely consider booking here again.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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rfmiller9861 wrote a review Jun. 2014
Middletown, Ohio8 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed here a few years ago and it was excellent. Out of the way and peaceful. The owners had everything as advertised and were very accomadating. Hopefully we can get back to the area sometime soon.
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Date of stay: July 2013
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gary p wrote a review Nov. 2011
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania2 contributions2 helpful votes
I picked the Cottages for our anniversary because I thought the place might strike a nice, reasonably priced balance between a generic chain hotel and communal B&B. (We aren’t big on B&B’s due to some of my past unfortunate choices.) Plus, based upon the Cottage’s website and other reviews, I thought it sounded very remote and private. My wonderful wife has been down this road before - on the few occasions when I take charge of the travel arrangements, undesirable accommodations result. So with the bar set appropriately low, we set out for the Cottages at Millbank. Apparently some bridge was out. The resultant detour to the Millbank Cottages was circuitous, meandering and might have been frustrating after dark. Fortunately, we arrived in daylight. Also, it is the kind of place that defies standard GPS, so we followed the clear, detailed directions emailed to us from the innkeeper Julie. We found it easily. Though the countryside was pleasant enough, at least three geographic realities keep the Cottages from pegging the charm meter... 1. After all that back country trekking, you end up a couple hundred yards from Route 30, which is clearly visible (and audible), especially with the leaves down. 2. Despite what appears to be a noble attempt by the owners to strategically plant a row of small trees - one can easily glimpse the neighbor’s compound - an impressive collection of broken down vehicles, appliances and scrap wood. 3. The two cottages are a lot closer to the main house than one would reasonably expect. So as we carried our bags to the smaller of the two cottages (The Bunkhouse), I imagined that my precious wife was thinking “Oh boy, here we go again”. But as we entered the cabin, we were both pleasantly surprised how tastefully it was decorated. The room was well appointed with a sizable, comfortable bed, complete with clean high quality linens and blankets; some simple end tables; a fashionable sink; and a clean practical bathroom. In fact, my wife noticed the entire interior place was impeccably clean, and there were some fresh flowers to boot… in the middle of November . A few oddities worth pointing out – 1. Though we never saw any other guests or residents of the house, we did hear a dog barking right outside in the morning. This would not have gone over well if we had chosen to sleep in. 2. The landlord was a good communicator over email, but here I sit three days after I checked out, and I still don’t have a bill or a receipt and I haven’t signed anything. 3. If watching TV is high on your priority list, this isn’t the place for you. The TV is tiny. Weonly stayed one night, but we really liked it in the end. We would stay there again.
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Date of stay: November 2011
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pinkleaf1 wrote a review Nov. 2011
East Coast2 contributions5 helpful votes
A very quaint and cozy stay in the mountain countryside. The location is a little-off beat from the major parks and museums in the area (Fallingwater is about a 45 minute drive away), yet there are plenty of local places to have a good meal in town. Very pretty drive to and from and the cottage was very clean and cozy. Quality linens and furniture. You need to bring your own toiletries and food. The inn-keepers, although you won’t probably meet them, are very helpful and kind over the phone. Two minor issues : There was no internet service, although it was stated there would be, and we had to take out time from our vacation to go to the library to gather online information. Also, our room was not serviced everyday and we had to request fresh towels and toilet paper. The toilet paper provided was half used from the other cottage and there were no facial tissues which caused us to go to the Walmart to purchase fresh paper. Minor issues, which could be easily improved, over all as we really enjoyed our stay. Over-all a 4 out of 5 and recommended.
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Date of stay: July 2011
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cottages at Millbank
Which popular attractions are close to Cottages at Millbank?
Nearby attractions include Fort Ligonier (3.2 km), Lincoln Highway Experience (7.1 km), and Idlewild & SoakZone (0.3 km).
What are some restaurants close to Cottages at Millbank?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Kitchen On Main, Chef Dato's Table, and Ligonier Creamery.
Are there any historical sites close to Cottages at Millbank?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Ligonier (3.2 km) and Ligonier Beach (5.1 km).