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Stone Mountain Inn on Keene Summit B&B
Using the stone from the mountain, the homestead was built by the Lundy family in the 1800's. Inspired by the love of stone work, the Inn has been restored including a welcoming stone, wrap around porch. A favorite among guests is the common area that features a stone chimney. The Billard's room is the heart of the Inn where you can play billiards, have a drink at the stone bar, or be in awe at the stone work that surrounds this room. The bedrooms are furnished with a vintage flare and for the romantic at heart. In addition to the stone architecture, enjoy the art work on display created by owner Ed Strosser. Nestled in the Endless Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania, the area has a strong Native American heritage evident by its names of towns and historical information. Located right off of historic Route 6, the Inn is surrounded by farmland and woods. Hiking is a favorite with 70 acres of many easy to walk jeep trails.