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 and are creating an espresso shop/apothecary opening in May 2020. By the end of the year a project art space and artist residency program will hopefully be up and running.
What our Guests are Saying...
The Tissue Farm House is such an eclectic and unique property. We were pleasantly surprised by the overall aesthetic and vibe of the space. Pope was there to greet us and gave us helpful information on how to make the most our of our stay. We decided to take a day trip to Ohiopyle by bike and saw so many gorgeous things (highly recommend!) From the moment we booked and throughout our stay, Pope was very responsive, which allowed for us to plan easily.
There were so many touches and pieces of art that really elevated the space. I would stay there again in a heartbeat. This is the first time I booked a shared property and was pleasantly surprised by how private it felt. Even though the property has a lot of history and is an older building, the renovations and work that Suzanne and Pope did to make it what it is today is something magical and worth seeing. 10/10 would recommend!!!!!
We stayed at this great place during our trip to Fallingwater and Ohiopyle State Park. Suzanne’s place was a great location and we enjoyed our stay. There’s a lot of history in that building and I am excited to see what it becomes!
Visited in mid-September and arrived in time for dinner. Suzanne helped me find somewhere to get food. Since it’s the off season there were limited options, but I appreciated the help.
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guest rooms + gallery + artist residency + store + espresso shop in a 1940s former auto dealership/garage. owned and operated by an artist couple.