Tissue Farm, founded by an artist couple, to create a safe and dynamic space for artists to work in residence using our building -- a former car dealership -- and place in Appalachia as inspiration and retreat.
This is accomplished through providing: guest rooms for visitors to the area, an exceptional cup of coffee in the espresso shop, gallery space, and collaborative workshops.
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What our Guests are Saying...
Suzanne and Pope were wonderful hosts. Their initiative in Confluence is admirable and we are excited to return and watch it grow. Lest I forget to mention the outdoor recreation—there is a lot of it between Ohiopyle and Fallingwater, but it’s even a treat just to sit and take in the rivers right in town. Comfortable bed and serene atmosphere. This stay has small town purity inside a culturally rich home.
If I could give 6 stars, I would.
Tissue farm is an amazing place full of character.
We loved talking with Suzanne and her husband, they were welcoming and warm. Couldn't have asked for better!
The room has nice touches. They provide a space heater and there is fresh water and glasses in your room.
Suzanne went above and beyond offering me gluten free treats she made for herself.
The town is stunning and quaint. Really nothing short of amazing.
I HIGHLY recommend and I can't wait to go back!
Suzanne is great she is responds quickly to questions. House is very close to the GAP trail and easy walking distance to Lucky Dog cafe.
We loved staying at Suzanne and Pope's place. It's in the perfect location for everything we wanted to do during our trip. The bed was incredibly comfy, the sun room was perfect, and having morning coffee was so convenient, not to mention delicious! Suzanne, Pope, and Giovanni were wonderful hosts. We will definitely say with them again when we are in the area!
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espresso shop opening mid-may. guest rooms + gallery + artist residency in a 1940s former auto dealership/garage. owned/operated by an artist couple.