The Great Allegheny Passage
Now complete to Pittsburgh, the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, MD to create a 334.5-mile route between Pittsburgh and Washington, DC, free from traffic and motorized vehicles.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater
Fallingwater is a house built between 1936 and 1939 over a waterfall in southwest Pennsylvania. Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s most famous architect, designed the house for his clients, the Kaufmann family. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark.
What Our Guests Say
Great Place To Stay!!
We were biking the GAP Trail and the C&O Trail. When we called Rick, the owner, he suggested a good restaurant in Connellsville and then came with his trailer to pick us up and take us to his fabulous retreat. The rooms were spacious and clean and the breakfast was delicious. And, after breakfast Rick once again shuttled us back to the trail. It was a wonderful experience with gracious hosts and delicious food. We recommend Seams Like Home to anyone biking through.
Highly recommended. The hosts provide prompt complimentary transport to and from the trailhead. Once settled in we felt pretty pampered. The property is isolated, peaceful and quite lovely. We were treated like special guests, and they arranged transport and breakfast around our schedule despite having multiple other guests to also serve. I thought that was really quite exceptional. Quite a gem of a place.
Very nice accommodations and great omelette breakfast. Rick and Donna are interesting people and have a nice life out there in rural Pennsylvania making you feel at home. Also great location if you’re visiting Fallingwater. Highly recommend!
Clean. Roomy. Private Bath with bedroom. It seems the house was built to be a B&B. Hosts pleasant. Though we did not use it, the hosts will pick up bikers in Connellsville and bring them to the house. Definitely something to consider for our next biking out on the GAP! I enjoyed the fire pit in the evening.
Had a week long quilt retreat here with friends--this is our 4th year for this event!. It truly feels like home but with a cook to spoil us. Love this place.
I couldn't think of a better name for this place in a million years. The rooms are so cozy with handmade quilts on every bed and the owners make you feel like family even if this is your first visit. The food is amazing every time I've been there. They have a large classroom on the second floor right down the hall from the guestrooms that can be used for whatever you like. I've spent many happy and productive days there sewing away undisturbed. There are a lot of local attractions and you will find interesting things close by to do no matter what you're into!
My boyfriend and I stayed here with our little girl a couple of months ago. They changed our room to one without us asking so that we would have a bathtub for her. We were cooked a wonderful breakfast every morning. The husband and wife that run this bnb are the loveliest couple. We highly recommend this place to anyone staying out in Vanderbilt!
If you're looking for somewhere to relax in the beauty of nature's surroundings, this is the place for you. The owners are waiting to treat you like family. The phrase "Enter as Guests, Leave as Friends" is noted on their Dining Room wall, and there could not be a truer statement.
This is probably the best B&B I have ever been in. The rooms are large and beautiful, bathrooms are amazing. The shower is fantastic. The couple that owns it treat you like royalty and are very kind and willing to accommodate. They served a wonderful satisfying breakfast. We were ready for our long bike ride.
It is not adjacent to bike path but we wanted something away from train noise at night.
I am so glad we went here.
I want to come back to enjoy their outside as well as the inside. They have a pool table room that invited relaxation and fun.