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 are very grateful to have met the hosts twice now. The space they provide is inviting, warm, peaceful and clean. Their offerings give us the peace of mind and rest we need. Super comfortable beds, AC, ceiling fans, table side water, bathroom amenities, on and on!! They make maps available, discuss local eats, encouraged us to explore further, and most of all share their personal space like we’re not even there. It’s wonderful! Amazing hosts that you should consider if you’re in this neck of the woods.
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!
This property is clearly the lovechild of seasoned, hip artists with abundant attention to details of aesthetics and comfort. Ask Pope for the historical description, which adds the dimension of architecture as time travel. This place is destined to become an iconic cultural landmark in the Laurel Highlands area. The few extra turns on the road are well worth it!
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espresso shop, guest rooms + gallery + artist residency in a 1940s former auto dealership/garage. owned/operated by an artist couple.