Visitors to the area have a wide range of lodging options. Several excellent, uniquely local, B&Bs offer guests the personal touches that make them so memorable. The Inn at Solvang, a three-story, brick, southern colonial home, is set on 80 acres just outside of Huntingdon, surrounded by forests and boasting a spacious lawn. In the heart of downtown Huntingdon, Gage Mansion Bed & Breakfast is a stately Victorian-era home, featuring seven guest rooms with private bathrooms.
If you are looking to get away from it all, Lane’s Country Homestead, near Cassville, is the ideal location. Featuring two homes, one at the edge of a forest; the other, a farmhouse set near charming outbuildings. Both offer breathtaking views of the fields and mountains in the distance. The country roads are perfect for long hikes.
If you prefer the familiarity of national-brand hotels, Huntingdon County has what you need. The Fairfield Inn & Suites features 81 guest rooms, a pool, ample parking, and hot breakfast bar set in a spacious and stylish eating area, complete with a fireplace. Located near the intersection of Routes 22 and 26 and the area’s largest shopping center, the inn is popular with visitors to Juniata College.
The 69-room Comfort Inn, located within easy walking distance to Huntingdon’s downtown district, is set near the Juniata River and close to a park that is great for unwinding. The hotel’s large, heated pool is perfect for letting the kids burn off some excess energy.
Planning an event, wedding or reunion? The area has several great options including Bricktown Events in Mount Union and Greenland’s Lodge, off of Route 453 near Spruce Creek. Trophy Mountain Lodge has recently expanded its wedding and event venue at their secluded mountain location, offering guests an upscale, yet relaxing environment for their special occasion. Situated on 441 acres in Hartslog Valley, Trophy Mountain Lodge provides a relaxing, stress-free environment for you, your family and friends to enjoy quality time together in the quiet serenity of the mountains.
Raystown Lake is the area’s biggest attraction. Lake Raystown Resort, Lodge and Conference Center, is located on the lake and offers guests an array of accommodation options, including villas, yurts, cabins and tenting sites.
No matter what your preference is, you are sure to find a perfect place to stay in Huntingdon County.