Our 2015 season is here!

2015 Excitement

We are getting ready for the 2015 season! The staff is preparing the hotel for guests to arrive and we are looking forward to a busy Spring!!! The pool house construction is resuming and the Treehouse Bungalow will be open for daily tours! We are excited to share some new local events with our community this year, including the Summit Challenge and the Summit Hill Climb! We are so honored that our Edison ballroom is almost booked every Saturday this season for Wedding Receptions! It is so nice to watch our guests celebrate special moments in their lives! As with every new season, we are excited to welcome guests back and share with them the work we have done and improvements we have made through the off season!

7 replies
  1. Karen
    Karen says:

    We attended a wedding at the resort with the ceremony in the new pavilion and the reception in the ballroom. Everything surrounding the event was beautiful and the staff was welcoming and friendly. The views from the resort porches were breathtaking and the whole setting takes you back in time. Yes, it is an old resort but it has a lot of charm and we did not expect anything different. The rates were reasonable and The rooms actually require keys instead of the electronic cards. We were there for less then 24 hours so we missed the tree house tour. I do wish that room safes were in the rooms. We will definitely stay at the resort again and hopefully see some of the area attractions next time.

  2. Christine Richardson
    Christine Richardson says:

    My boyfriend & I stayed at The Historic Summit Inn for a long weekend last July. The staff was amazingly helpful. The details around the Hotel remind me of Old Hollywood, it is lost in time with it’s ornate grand staircase and beautiful dinning room but has all the amenities you want in a nice Hotel. The food was soooooo delicious!!!!!! I literally used my bread to wipe the plate clean, that good!!!!! While we were there my boyfriend proposed on the overlook deck of the treehouse. We learned about The Historic Summit Inn, while watching our favorite show Treehouse Master with Pete Nelson and decided we wanted to see one of Pete’s treehouses in person.There is so many great things to do in the surrounding area as well, we went on both of the Frank Lloyd Wright House tours, hit the trail on the Ohiopyle State Park. I can’t wait to come back for another visit soon!


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