Romantic Accommodation for a Relaxing Retreat in Clarion County, PennsylvaniaShippenville, Pennsylvania (United States)
Romantic Accommodation for a Relaxing Retreat in Clarion County, Pennsylvania
"We recommend the merlot. Good place."
This romantic accommodation is located in the countryside of Clarion County, Pennsylvania, and can accommodate two guests. Glampers will be able to rest their heads on a plush queen-size bed appointed with quality linens. The sleeping area also features bedside tables with lamps and a luxurious in-room jacuzzi with room for two people. The bathroom has a toilet, sink, and shower. Towels and bathrobes are kindly provided by the host.
In the living space, guests will find a cozy fireplace, a comfy sofa, and a flat-screen TV. Other amenities include a refrigerator and a small table with two stools. Outside, guests will have their own private balcony with a table and chairs overlooking a wooded area and a bird feeder. There is no better spot to enjoy the surrounding landscape with a good book or glass of wine from the property's winery.
Glampers will be able to relax in the serene natural beauty of their surroundings while still enjoying modern and convenient amenities. Each guest room features a romantic fireplace and a sitting area with a plush sofa, table, and chairs where guests can nosh on wine and cheese from the winery. The fabulous two-person therapeutic hot tub is ideal for soothing sore muscles. Guests will receive a complimentary breakfast each day of their stay which consists of fresh seasonal selections and the winery's signature mimosas. Guests get to choose what they would like for breakfast the night before.
The property features a delicious on-site cafe with a diverse and fresh menu, an impressive winery, and specialty coffee bar. The winery has live music every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening. There is abundant outdoor seating where guests can enjoy the music or simply watch the sunset.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
The host reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who appears to be intoxicated.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Shippenville, Pennsylvania (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wine tasting
This is the ideal spot for glampers seeking a peaceful and private retreat with the option for outdoor recreation close by. The property features its own winery with an impressive selection of wines where guests can enjoy a complimentary tasting. Guests can also book a tasting of the delicious olive oil and balsamic vinegar produced from the property's olive grove. For something heartier, guests can try a hand-rolled flatbread pizza, soft pretzel, or bruschetta from the property's cafe restaurant. The cafe features plentiful causal seating, a romantic ambiance, fantastic food, and a full coffee bar. Artistic guests can partake in one of the property's popular painting events where no experience is necessary and all supplies are included. Snacks and a wine drink are included as well, and guests may order an additional bottle of wine or gourmet snack from the cafe before or during the class.
When guests are ready to leave the property, they can head to one of several nearby parks including Cook Forest State Park and Allegheny National Forest. The forests feature majestic trees, rivers, and wilderness with scenic drives and boat access. There, guests will be able to partake in a wide array of outdoor activities such as hiking and biking through the many trails, fishing in the pristine lakes, or even renting a canoe or kayak. Guests can also head to The Kinzua Bridge State Park which features lovely picnic areas, hiking trails, and the Kinzua Sky Walk. The spectacular walkway allows the public to “Walk the Tracks Across the Sky.” A partial glass-bottomed observation deck enables visitors to look down at the remaining towers supporting the historic structure. The awe-inspiring views of the forest are unparalleled from this special site. During colder months guests can enjoy a multitude of winter sports such as skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.