Take your time exploring one of the most beautiful stretches of the Great Allegheny Passage with this adventure getaway for two. Spend two nights in the Allegheny Trail House room of your choice, and leave the details to us! We’ll provide two bicycles, our delicious farm fresh breakfast to get you going each morning, and one day of shuttle service uphill to Meyersdale, Pa. – the “Maple City.” There you can spend the day discovering our neighboring trail town to the west and biking some of the most impressive features along the entire 150-mile trail, including the Salisbury Viaduct that towers above the Casselman River valley.
Heading the 16 miles back to Frostburg, you’ll ride “airborne” once again as you cross over Flaugherty Creek and surrounding woodlands along the Keystone Viaduct. Once you hit the Eastern Continental Divide near the Maryland border, it’s all downhill from there! Along the way you’ll travel 3,300 feet through the Big Savage Tunnel – perhaps the most thrilling trail feature of all!
Or, start from Allegheny Trail House and head to Cumberland for a downhill ride. Once you get to Cumberland you can park your bikes at Cumberland Trail Connection and explore the city. We will pick you up!
Forget your cares for just a while and take time for a little romance. Spend the night in the room of your choice, wrapped in our luxurious bathrobes, enjoying a cheese plate perfectly paired with a bottle of champagne and handmade truffles. We’ll even treat you to breakfast in bed!
“We showed up rather late (around 6:30) on a Saturday night after suffering a broken spoke, flat tire, and loose bottom bracket on the way there from Cumberland. Jason was there waiting, ushered us up to our nice room, and made us feel welcome. The best words out of his mouth, however, was “ I can fix that”, after learning about our crippling bike failures. He had my spoke replaced, wheel trued, and bottom bracket re-greased and tightened before breakfast. Saved our trip. Oh, and besides that the room and breakfast was great! 5 stars!!”