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.
I know it will be great but I don’t know it’s actually super great . For Female traveling solo on a gab trail like me , I need safe ,clean,comfortable space after the long ride . Pope and Suzanne ‘s place ticks all the right boxes.
The room is very clean and actually I’m not bothered by the the train that run close to the property at night .I’m a very light sleep but I don’t need earplugs at all . The hosts however left them in the room if you want to use .
Great hosts with high hospitality on the very cute ,laidback town . You will so fall in love with them that you will have plan to go back already !
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!
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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.