Visit Johnstown

Consider the inviting lodging accommodations of a Johnstown, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast for your next vacation or weekend getaway. Located in Cambria County, Johnstown is home of the world's steepest vehicular inclined plane. The town became known as the 'Flood City' after the famous Flood of 1889 and two additional floods. Area attractions include the Johnstown Flood Museum and the Johnstown Flood National Memorial. More recently the town has been titled the 'Friendly City' referring to the major tourism and technological growth it has enjoyed. Johnstown has a rich steel, coal and iron history and a strong European heritage. During your stay, plan to visit the Johnstown Heritage Discovery Center. Each year the city plays host to the Johnstown Folkfest over Labor Day. For the sports minded, The Thunder in the Valley Motorcycle Rally and the Sunnehanna Amateur golf tournament are held in June. The All American Amateur Baseball Association Tournament is held here in August. Johnstown Chief's hockey games and the Riverhawks, indoor football games, can be seen at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy in Johnstown PA, and when you choose to stay at a Mid-State Bed and Breakfast Association member inn, you can count on friendly hospitality and comfortable surroundings too.
Bed and Breakfasts near Johnstown
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Bed & Breakfast

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The Noon-Collins Inn
●   23 Miles -  27 Minutes away.
114 East High Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931
814-472-4311   Check Availability
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.
The Station Inn
●   35 Miles -  45 Minutes away.
827 Front Street
Cresson, PA 16630
814-886-4757   Check Availability
8 Rooms ● Rates $79.00 - $355.00
●   Our guests are provided lodging in an 1866 Railroad Hotel, built shortly after J. Edgar Thomson pushed the Pennsylvania Railroad over Allegheny Mountain and on to Pittsburgh. The Inn is a unique B & B which faces the old PRR main.