Log Haven Bed and Breakfast

1322 Trent Road, Rockwood, Pennsylvania 15557
Innkeeper(s): Ron & Betty Bruner
 
  • Introduction

    Log Haven Bed and Breakfast, Rockwood, Pennsylvania, frontLog Haven Bed and Breakfast is located in Rockwood, Pennsylvania, nestled in the woodland forest and a short drive from Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Fallingwater.

    Also nearby are Laurel Hill State Park, Allegheny Passage and Kentuck Knob, and Seven Springs which offers our guest plenty of activities and sites while stating at Log Haven Bed and Breakfast.

    We have devoted half of our home to the Inn, offering two large bedrooms and a common room to our guests. The common room is equipped with cable television, DVD player, stereo, and furnished with glider rockers. Guest can entertain themselves with reading material, board games, and jigsaw puzzles found in the common room. Complimentary soft drinks can be found in the refrigerator, also available are coffee, tea, and microwave for popcorn.

    Log Haven Bed and Breakfast, Rockwood, Pennsylvania, snowy frontLog Haven has a large 12-foot-wide wall of windows that offer great views of the surrounding outdoorscape.

    The two guest bedrooms, each with private bathroom, provides privacy, peace, quiet and never crowded. Our guestrooms are inviting, decorated with colorful quilts, outfitted with ceiling fans, carpetting, and surrounded by pine wood walls.

    Please visit our website for a complete listing of nearby attractions as well as a calendar of festivals.

  • Breakfast

    Breakfast is served in the Guest Common Room between 7:30am and 9:00am. The Log Haven breakfast is comprised of a homemade hot entree, home-baked goodies, cereals, toast, homemade jam, and fresh fruit, as well as milk, coffee, tea, and juice for refreshments.

  • About Your Hosts

    Log Haven Bed and Breakfast, Rockwood, Pennsylvania, welcomeWe lived in Pittsburgh and Gaithersburg (Md.) for most of our married lives before returning to our native Western Pennsylvania in 1998.

    We built our log home in 1993 in anticipation of an early retirement, which Ron did in mid-1998 after 36 years of working for newspapers, public relations agencies, and trade associations. Betty continues her work from a home office as a freelance editorial consultant for a a number of clients. Woodworking, photography, genealogy, gardening, and tourism promotion projects fill Ron's spare time, while Betty enjoys chancel choir, bell choir, playing the dulcimer, and church volunteer work.