Tissue Farm has been many things over the centuries — a farm, hotel, auto dealership. In April 2019, we moved from Seattle to make it our new home. We’ve added guest rooms, an espresso shop, art gallery and artist residency program will be up and running soon.
What our Guests are Saying...
We really enjoyed our short stay at the Tissue Farm with Suzanne and Pope. The history of the property was enthusiastically shared, including a tour, by Pope. Suzanne and Pope were very welcoming and great conversationalists!
The bed, sheets and pillows were very comfortable and the bathroom spotless. The steam heating, as warned, can be a bit load (a hissing noise) so the earplugs provided are appreciated.
It’s a beautiful, windy drive to Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces and was a great stop before our tour. We hope to visit again!
Suzanne and Pope are very inviting hosts. The Tissue Farm has an amazing history and they have a very cool vision for the future of the Tissue Farm. I had a very relaxing weekend in their home. It was very clean and inviting. There are a lot of outdoor activities in the area as well of a lot of history. The town of Confluence is lucky to have a cool, inviting place like the Tissue Farm. Suzanne and Pope are a great addition the community. I look forward to staying here again.
First off, Pope and Suzanne are wonderfully responsive. Pope and Suzanne’s Tissue Farm building, site and location are historically impressive and well situated for hiking, bike touring, and kayaking among other activities. The Tissue Farm is wonderfully clean and tidy with great common space to read or let your mind wander. Given Pope and Suzanne’s creative energy, I would happily stay in Confluence, PA again and Tissue Farm would be top of my list.
A comfortable place close to downtown Confluence and convenient to the Great Allegheny Passage. It is a unique space on the top floor of a classic auto dealership. The hosts were welcoming nd the space very clean.
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espresso shop, guest rooms + gallery + artist residency in a 1940s former auto dealership/garage. owned/operated by an artist couple.