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About the Mountain Laurel Inn


Mountain Laurel Inn

The Mountain Laurel Inn is located in the heart of the Allegheny National Forest Region of western Pennsylvania.  Year-round activities include antiquing, camping, hiking, boating, hunting, fishing, golf, fall foliage tours, winery tours, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and more.

Mountain Laurel Inn
From the moment you cross the porch and step over the threshold, you begin to experience the wonderful personality of this circa 1894 mansion. Beginning with the exterior elements of Greek and Colonial Revival architecture, let its Gothic doors, sweeping circular staircase, impressive moldings, pediments, ornate fireplaces, and gleaming quarter sawn oak flooring transport you back to an era of elegance and fine craftsmanship. Your experience is further heightened by the individual appointments of each of our seven guest rooms.   Each morning, our staff will prepare gourmet breakfasts including fruit juices, hearty egg casseroles, stratas, and omelets; a variety of pancakes, French toast, and waffles with ham or sausage sides, several varieties of toast, and more.  The entrees change daily.

A Few of Our Rooms

Built-in 1894, the Mountain Laurel Inn was restored and renovated in 1996. We offer 7 guest rooms, each with a private bath, cable TV, clock radio, AC, and more. 

Tralee Room 4
King Bed with Working Fireplace


Trieste Room One
Queen Bed


kind reviews by visitors

Don't take our word for it!

“Cozy B&B in Northwestern PA. Chase the owner's dog will gladly greet you and hate to see you go. Every room is charming and decorated with a colonial style. Several have electric fireplaces. Coffee, tea and snacks are always available. Breakfast is amazing. Quaint but busy downtown area, not far from a casino.!”
Lee A.
“We were really pleased with this stay. We were attending an event 20 minutes away in New York. Everything up there was booked solid. After searching in several directions, we found Mountain Laurel. How fortunate! Bob and Carolyn are great hosts and repare delicious breakfasts, and our room was just right. In addition to its proximity to New York, Mountain Laurel is also near the Allegheny National Forest , attractions in Bradford PA, and a "skywalk" at the site of an old railroad bridge.”
Dennis G