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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. 

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What our Guests are Saying...

      Had a great visit and stay with Suzanne and Pope! Place is adorable and had a nice cozy bed. Location was great for my mom and I since we had tickets to Falling Waters and Kentuck Knob in the morning.

    thumb Abby
    11/01/2019

      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!

    thumb Cole
    9/22/2019

      Tissue Farm is great! Really interesting space in a beautiful setting. My husband and I were headed to Fallingwater and it was a beautiful drive out from there in the morning.

    thumb Stephanie
    9/21/2019

      What a cool Airbnb!! The hosts were great and the place was super cool. Our room was very clean and the whole place was nicely decorated . It was an awesome experience and we felt very at home! We definitely will stay again if we are in the area.

    thumb Hannah
    8/03/2019

      Great space friendly hosts clean and inviting.

    thumb Beth
    10/19/2019

      This was the first time I've stayed in an Air BNB and I didn't know what to expect. I knew it was a room in someone's home, and I knew the area that it was in, as I usually camp down the road. The price was more reasonable than most chain hotels I've stayed in nearby and the cleanliness was impeccable. There is character and charm in the Tissue Farm. The room was cozy and warm, eclectic art adorns the walls, organic soap and toiletries are provided in the bathroom, and a tasty breakfast of oatmeal with fresh pears and coffee was provided in the morning, and the hosts Suzanne and Pope were really cool and hospitable.

    They have a really cool vision of the future of the Tissue Farm which includes a coffee shop, art gallery, and maker space, as well as restoring a vintage RV trailer as another Air BNB room. I'm excited to stay at the Tissue Farm again on my next visit to the area!

    thumb Dan
    1/19/2020

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