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We stayed at the Summit Inn because it was very close to Falling Water. The hotel is more than 100 years old, and has been under the same management since 1963. The history is interesting--do take the time to read the materials around the hotel....More
The restaurant is located inside the fabulous inn which originally opened in 1806. It is situated at the top of a mountain with stunning views. The decor is elegant and intimate. Breakfast is for guests, but open for lunch and dinner, serving appetizers, soups, salads,...More
We decided to go to Ohio Pyle first and it turned out to be a beautiful day to be outdoors. When we got to the Inn there was no problem checking in. The women who made my reservation also checked us in. She was great....More
We drove from in from Columbus, Ohio and were pleasantly surprised to find the comfort and charm of The Summit Inn. Walking into the lobby is a step back in time with the antique Steinway piano, wood fire in the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and Stickley...More
The Summit Inn has been a grand old inn. It has a large porch for viewing the valley below. Our room was relatively up to date and had new carpet. The lobby was pleasant with rocking chairs in front of the fireplace. The staff were...More