We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsthe french onion soupphoto albumcute gift shophave eaten herefour poster bedprime ribhistoric placefull bathlincoln highwaybed and breakfastflight memorialnext morningearplugsovernitejanetpennsylvania
Every time we have stayed at Jean Bonnet Tavern we have had a wonderful experience. The rooms are comfortable, the people are inviting, and the whole town is charming. There are antique shops, tea and coffee shops, and little bakeries around every corner.
Great food and cold beer. Full meals on main floor, bar on second floor, rooms on third floor. Nice no driving after a stop at bar. Nice gift shop. Watch out for the ghosts at night. Be sure and check out the photo album at...More
My mother in law booked all 4 rooms at the Inn for a family reunion. Its a quirky and fun place. We were in room 2 which has a queen bed and sloped floors. Reading the rooms guestbook, it seems to be the room in...More
I chose to stay at this hotel because they are reputed to have as good a restaurant as you could expect to find in rural Pennsylvania. To stay there avoided any "drink and drive" issues.
Now I know there are folk who seek out these...More
We've stopped to eat here before and needed to stay over this time. The tavern is awesome, but I think we came on an off-night. Everything, including the French onion soup was exceedingly sweet. Butternut squash bisque should be a dessert item. So sweet it...More
I am sorry, but there is no elevator and the rooms are located on the third level. We do have staff that is more than happy to assist with carrying luggage and can arrange to serve breakfast in your room to cut down on... More
I am sorry, but there is no elevator and the rooms are located on the third level. We do have staff that is more than happy to assist with carrying luggage and can arrange to serve breakfast in your room to cut down on climbing stairs, but they can not be avoided all together.