Glen Onoko Guesthouse -- In Town, Centrally Located -- circa 1870's Townhouse

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms


Our guesthouse is part of Jim Thorpe's history - it was the location of the town's first ice cream soda shop. Known as the Mrs. Annie Martz Building ( built ca. 1874 ), the space has retained its unique character and charm with the original storefront and display windows still intact. Close to attractions and activities, this spacious three bedroom townhouse is full of old-world charm on the upper two floors of a historic building. Details abound such as the mahogany polished wood pillars, hardwood floors, original woodwork. You may feel like you stepped back in time amongst the original features of this home: cast iron radiators and the original 19th Century wooden staircase. You'll also find a modern kitchen with ceramic sink, stainless steel appliances, and a spacious living room. For your entertainment needs, we've also provided you with a vintage AM/FM radio and a collection of board games in the living room. The building also houses 600 sq. Ft. Of cafe space currently open for venue events only. We supply high quality bed linens and bath towels and basic toiletries. The half bath is on the 2nd floor: the full bathroom is on the 3rd floor. Guests have exclusive access to the two floors of the Townhouse--where the shopkeepers lived. You may also access the quiet, secluded courtyard and use of the BBQ grill. The entrance is at the back of the building and on-site parking that makes unpacking easy. The first floor is a laundry room that leads to a door to the upper two levels of the Townhouse. Keyless entry will allow you to access the inside of the building: then a key is provided to the apartment


  • Internet
  • Parking
  • A/C
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Laundry


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