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This was truly a home away from home! You can really feel relaxed here. Janet and Dalai, her sweet dog (the honorary hostess), are so warm, welcoming, down to earth, and friendly. Everything Janet makes for breakfast is absolutely scrumptious, and made from scratch. This...More
This is actually our 3rd stay at Glades Pike. We stayed one night back in August and spent two nights there this month. But I held off reviewing until the second visit. Janet is a wonderful hostess. It feels like we are visiting family when...More
We stayed here while going to a nearby wedding. One of the delightful things was that two other couples were staying there while they went to a different wedding. The rooms are spacious and the water was hot even with 3 couples sharing it. The...More
As with any B&B/Inn the experience is driven by the owner/innkeeper. What a absolute delight we found here with Janet. I was taking my 93 year old Dad to visit the Flight 93 memorial (see review) When I spoke to Janet she affirmed she would...More
I was really looking forward to staying at Glade's Pike, highly recommended by my niece and her husband. We had a reservation for 2 nights and I was lucky to add an additional night a few weeks before hand. We arrived around 7 or so...More
Hello Linda M.
ONE TIME I had an issue with the kitty smell...I left the litter box located on the third floor go one day too long, then on a hot summer day somehow the ceiling fan got reversed and started blowing the hot... More
Hello Linda M.
ONE TIME I had an issue with the kitty smell...I left the litter box located on the third floor go one day too long, then on a hot summer day somehow the ceiling fan got reversed and started blowing the hot attic air over the litter box then down the stairwell. Normally, I have the fan set to pull the a/c up the hallway to cool it...but who knows how I reversed it! It has not happened again, but I do still have my kitty although she keeps to herself.
Breakfast is always meat, eggs, fresh fruit toast and sweet muffins. I make my own jellies (normally) and have local maple syrup for pancake/french toast days and fresh cook every morning.
I have five rooms with private baths, so I am more like a small Inn than the typical one bedroom bed and breakfast.
Hope to see you in September. Watch Sept. 16th & 17th as everything is sold out for Mother Earth's News Conference. Also Sept. 9-11th is very popular due to Mt. Craft days in Somerset and the United Flight 93 Memorial...but I do still have rooms for those dates.