Visit Ebensburg



Experience true tranquility during a country getaway at an Ebensburg, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast inn. Ebensburg, Cambria’s County Seat, is located in the heart of the scenic Allegheny Mountains. Travelers are invited to visit the beautifully renovated downtown, antique emporium, gift shops, used book store and quaint restaurants reflecting its rich heritage. Ebensburg plays host to the fall foliage Potato fest and the Dickens Victorian Weekend. Come; experience home tours, carriage rides, and indoor ice skating. The Ghost Town Trail provides recreation for bikers, hikers and cross country skiers. Enjoy boating, canoeing, fishing, and picnicking at local parks including Prince Gallitzin, Yellow Creek and Lake Rowena. History buffs may explore the library, historical society, the Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, the national historic site of the famous Flood of 1889, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art and the Cresson Lake Playhouse’s theater “in the round”. Sit on a wrap-around porch while taking in the bucolic countryside and wildlife. Choose accommodations at a local PA Mid-State B&B, and enjoy hospitality and personalized service rarely found with typical hotel lodging.
Bed and Breakfasts near Ebensburg
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Bed & Breakfast

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The Noon-Collins Inn
●   Located in Ebensburg
114 East High Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
814-472-4311   Check Availability
Email: lhripley@pennswoods.net
6 Rooms ● Rates $80.00 - $90.00
●   This full-service Bed and Breakfast is a two-diamond AAA-rated Inn offering six distinguished lodging accommodations in the heart of picturesque Ebensburg. The Noon-Collins Inn is a convenient stay for guests visiting St. Francis University in Loretto.