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Recent Confluence reviews

  • Great location in a peaceful town along the GAP

    "We had six people in the Dam Yough House for four nights. The owners were very responsive when we had questions prior to arrival. The house was very clean and well-stocked, just as advertised. Everything was in good working order. The neighborhood was very quiet overnight. It was an easy walk into town, and also a short walk/bike ride to the Great Allegheny Passage. The location is fantastic for anyone wanting to experience the GAP; some of the nicest riding on the GAP runs both directions from Confluence. Also, Ohiopyle, and all its activities, are a short drive away (and only about 10 miles by bicycle.) We would definitely stay here again. When you stay here, make sure to dine at least once at the River's Edge Cafe, just a few blocks away."
    Guest: Karen & Jim Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 4, 2014
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  • Perfect!

    "My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this cottage. It was very clean, very cozy and we were delighted with the environment outside. The variety of wildlife surrounding the cottage was such a treat. Birds and flowers everywhere. We will definitely be back!"
    Guest: FitzBurns Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Great place for a fun family vacation!

    "We loved the Yough Treehouse! We had toured Fallingwater before we checked in, and when we arrived I said the house was our "mini Fallingwater" above the river. Very comfortable for our family of four, also very clean with tasteful decor. Several nice restaurants nearby, and walking and biking trails close. We brought our bikes and loved the 11 mile trail along the river. The Yough Lake is two minutes up the road with a cute beach that was almost empty on weekdays. The hot tub overlooking the river was great to soak in after paddling 10 miles! We really enjoyed the layout of the house, especially the loft, firepit and hot tub. Thank you so much for a great family vacation and for all the tips & info you provided, Kara. We all had a blast, and our kids (age 9 and 6) can't wait to come back!"
    Guest: Kelly & Mike Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 30, 2014
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  • Wonderful Thanksgiving Getaway

    "My husband and I stayed at Paddler's Lane Chalet over the Thanksgiving holiday in 2013, and I'm finally getting around to writing a review of Paddler's Lane now that the hub-bub of the holidays are over with. First, we choose Paddler's Lane because we wanted some much-needed rest and relaxation at a location that would be peaceful, serene, and far away from the hustle-bustle. We were not disappointed in our choice with Paddler's Lane. The chalet is gorgeous - the photos truly don't do it justice. And the location right on the river is perfect. The train traffic, while definitely noisy, didn't bother my husband and I. In fact, we found it interesting and a bit of a novelty to watch the trains go whizzing by. We slept just great - the bedroom we used (the river side bedroom) was comfy. The bedroom on the other side of the chalet looked to be equally comfy/cozy. Everything from the bathrooms to the kitchen (and everything in between) was spotless. We didn't meet Robin but we fell in love with Dan. He was/is the perfect host - friendly without being intrusive. As well, he was very attentive to any need. Truly, we can't say enough wonderful things about Dan. We both said that he's the type of guy you'd love to have as a neighbor and hang out with. Just a really good guy. The same goes for the chalet itself - the furniture was all very comfortable, the tvs were great, the fireplace ROCKED (we had wonderful fires every night), and there are a ton of DVD movies to choose from to watch. The area is really charming. Confluence is even smaller than we had anticipated, but again, we loved that. And if you want/need a "larger city", Uniontown is a very short drive away. We went to Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob and had a WONDERFUL time - even a visit late in the season such as our's was super. One last suggestion - go to The Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn for dinner - the food was simply amazing and it's not far of a drive. We will definitely be coming back to Paddler's Lane in the future - we want to explore the beautiful area in the summer or early fall when we can make use of the hiking trails and all the water activities available in the area."
    Guest: Diana Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: January 14, 2014
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