Historic Stone House Restaurant & Country Inn

Enjoy 250 years of history with a three day experience that features lodging and dining in a country inn that is almost 200 years old itself.

Day One

A scenic drive through the Laurel Highlands will lead you to the Historic Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn.  Step back in time when you stay at the exquisitely decorated 1822 Stone House Inn.  The Inn is filled with original furnishings and period antiques.  We have accommodations to satisfy your travel dreams.  You can choose to stay in one of our period bed and breakfast rooms, a Jacuzzi suite or an offsite cottage.  The Stone House Restaurant offers tantalizing meals prepared especially for you by our award winning culinary team.  We offer seatng in three historic dining rooms, our traditional Tavern or on our open air veranda.  We also design, prepare and manage numerous special events offering catering, private dining rooms and banquet facilities.  Thanks to inspired restorations and excellent care, the Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn welcomes visitors today as it did a hundred years ago, providing delicious meals and comfortable lodging in a beautiful setting.

Day Two

After enjoying a continental breakfast at the Stone House Restaurant, get ready to be amazed when you discover Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater with a regular one hour tour, a late afternoon in-depth tour or a sunset tour.  Before or after your tour of Fallingwater, be sure to stop in Ohiopyle where you can choose from variety of outdoor activities which include whitewater rafting, hiking or biking along the Great Allegheny Passage.  Return from your day to enjoy refreshments and dinner prepared just for you by the Chef at the Historic Stone House Restaurant

Day Three

Delight in breakfast at the Stone House Restaurant and prepare for another exciting day in the Laurel Highlands.  Fort Necessity National Battlefield is just a five minute drive from the Stone House.  Washington's Tavern is adjacent to the battlefield and inside costumed guides will tell the story of life along the National Road.  An afternoon tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Kentuck Knob is sure to provide you with great memories and an unbelievable view of the Youghiogheny River gorge.  And before you leave the area, be sure to stop back at the Stone House for a cool refreshment on our open air veranda!