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Recent Allegheny Mountains & Her Valleys reviews

  • Great location, well appointed, and close to the lake with several paths for hiking.

    "We spent six nights over the Labor day weekend. Faith was great with answering all my questions prior to departure. We (50ish) traveled with our daughter and boyfriend (20’s) and our 2-year-old PBGV Zoe. The home was in a great location, close to seven points and a short walk, bike, or drive to the water. The accommodations were clean, neat, and well appointed. The beds were very comfortable providing some serious rest after long days’ outdoors. It is truly a step up from most lake cabins and cottages especially for the price. We cooked most all are meals at the rental. We fished daily from three locations easily reached by bike, walking or driving and biking. Summer heat was not the best for fishing though caught a few small ones. We did enjoy the pool table at night and having TV’s throughout the house was a plus for us sports fans (US Open and NFL). I’d strongly recommend renting a pontoon for boating, fishing, and tubing (Seven Points Marina). The kids rented paddle boards at the Resort one day and had a great time. We also found the Lower Trail (rail trail) one of the nicest biking trails in PA. It is 20 minutes with entry at Williamsburg. We took our dog to the lake every day and on long walks throughout the paths close to the home. She also joined us on the lake with the pontoon boat. Faith arranged kayaks for the week. We got out twice and the kids once. Pretty easy to haul two of them in the back of your SUV to the path which is about 100 yard to the water."
    Guest: Jim A. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 9, 2016
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  • Awesome getaway!

    "Our stay at the Woodcliff Cabin was more than we expected. My husband and I were kids again wading in the creek below the cliff and explore the surroundings. We enjoyed the peace and quiet and our time together without any interference from the outside world was awesome, but no words to describe the beauty of this place. It was simply lovely."
    Guest: Gladys P. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 5, 2016
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  • Probably the best designed vacation home I've ever seen.

    "It's hard for me to add meaningfully to the years of overwhelmingly positive reviews you can read here -- honestly, they're pretty much right about all of it. This property is a gem. What I'll say is that unlike a lot of vacation homes I've stayed in, everything about the lodge really *worked*. All of the bathrooms and the kitchen actually vented outside (so, taking showers or cooking a stew didn't steam everyone). The central air actually propagated very well throughout the property -- not the usual "2nd floor is an oven while the first feels like the north pole". Thoughtful chandelier-style lighting and ceiling fans were absolutely everywhere (including the centerpiece deck / porch); and, I never had to hunt for a power outlet when I needed one. The "summer camp" theme is strong throughout the property, and made the place feel so much more like I'd gotten away from my city home -- the pictures simply don't do the place justice. Windows are placed strategically throughout so that you're never spiritually far from the pleasantly woodsy setting, and the tall vaulted ceiling was both visually handsome, and a treat for the ears in the rain. The layout of the property was very conducive to making spaces for people to get together and talk or play, while leaving plenty of room for some quiet reading when a bit more solitude was wanted. We honestly never missed the lack of Cable TV -- which is an endorsement all by itself. The kitchen was surprisingly well stocked and had room for two to comfortably work, and the dishwasher was a life-saver that did a better job than mine at home. About the only thing I really missed during our stay was a tub for soaking after a long day's hike, but it's hard to complain when there were 3 very nice showers and plentiful hot water. We're all very much looking forward to coming back next year!"
    Guest: Daniel G. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 18, 2016
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  • Peaceful respite

    "An excellent getaway from all of the clatter of daily living. If you want you can simply sit on the deck and watch the river go by. ( My brother in law did this) Or you can hike and climb to your hearts content. ( We did). My husband greatly enjoys the nearby golfing at Everett, Bedford, and close by Cacapon. It was pretty hot ( we thought we left the heat behind in Florida???) at 90 degrees so we didn't use the bike trails though we have in the past. The river was low but we caught lots and lots of fish. We did raft a bit ( our dog greatly enjoyed floating down the river on my stomache) but we didn't use the provided canoes. We love to build bonfires and there is both a nice pit riverside and one on the paved patio. It was just a bit too hot for a fire. We did cook quite a lot and the kitchen is well equipped.We ferried back and forth to a cottage owned by relatives a few miles away so we did a lot of local visiting and sightseeing. A very good 9 could spend a month here and never get bored. Next year we will visit in spring and bring our kayaks.( One more thing...If you have never had a gob be sure and buy a few at the Cogos or Sheetz. Great for breakfast or dessert with a glass of milk or cup of coffee!)"
    Guest: Mft Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 15, 2016
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