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Frosty Hollow B & B at Cherry Springs State Park
A gift shop with country things at Frosty Hollow.
Great Breakfast! And healthy options too!
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Bed and Breakfast – The absolute closest place to the Park is the Frosty Hollow Bed and Breakfast. Not only is it the closest it is one of the best B and B’s in the area. It’s a warm, welcoming atmosphere, the kind we search the world over for. It’s so good that we didn’t want to leave. Set in a remodeled barn and farmhouse, this creek side B&B is in a picturesque rural valley only a 3 minutes drive from US Highway 6 and 0.6 miles from a country club and golf course. Since 1992, the Ayers’ have been welcoming guests to the remodeled barn which they have beautifully decorated with their lifetime collection of antiques and heirlooms passed down from generation to generation. In 1998, they completely renovated the farmhouse on this 10-acre property where Joe grew up. They can now offer ten guest rooms, each uniquely decorated with Gail’s unique touch. They spare no expense here. The beds are top of the line, and the pillows will make you never want to move a muscle. It will be hard to get out of bed and head down to the breakfast, but once you get there, you will be sure glad you did.
Cherry Springs State Park is an 82-acre (33 ha) Pennsylvania state park in Potter County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The park was created from land within the Susquehannock State Forest and is on Pennsylvania Route 44 in West Branch Township. Cherry Springs, named for a large stand of Black Cherry trees in the park, is atop the dissected Allegheny Plateau at an elevation of 2,300 feet (701 m). It is popular with astronomers and stargazers for having “some of the darkest night skies on the east coast” of the United States, and was chosen by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and its Bureau of Parks as one of “25 Must-See Pennsylvania State Parks”.
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