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Hotel Manor - 3 Reviews - 392 Slate Run Rd, Slate Run, PA 17769, Slate Run, PA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (570) 753-8414

Hotel Manor

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392 Slate Run Rd, Slate Run, PA 17769
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Hotel Manor is an attractive small hotel in a beautiful and peaceful location in the mountains, right...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/1/2013

We stopped here for a late lunch and found the setting and food to be superb. The red pepper crab bisque and the smoked brisket sandwich were great. Our kids were treated well and had a reasonable children's menu. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 9/12/2013

Just back from a two night stay - LOVED IT! Outstanding food and beautiful location - Warm and Friendly. more


Editorial review from Citysearch 8/22/2013

Thanks for a great weekend for our cycling group. What a fantastic place, the restaurant is a gem in the woods. Hope to get back soon! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 8/8/2013

Best clam chowder anywhere!!! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 8/1/2013

Had a wonderful stay over the weekend !!! Thank you !!! And thank Meredith for her margaritas, the are THE BEST !!!! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 7/25/2013

The location of Hotel Manor is scenic and peaceful. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 7/18/2013

We were at the Manor for lunch today to celebrate Fred's 81st birthday. Food was excellent as always. Love the Manor !! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 7/8/2013

the porch overlooking the creek is the place to be! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/27/2013

Hiking in Pennsylvania is great, but here in Pine Creek Gorge at the gateway to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon it's amazing! I pulled into a Rails-to-Trails parking lot and got some hiking gear together. The smells of the forest hit me right away. Moss, wet earth and most notably ferns, caused me to take a deep breath which got me started. Walking through the towering hardwoods that stood like sentinels all around me I felt small and insignificant. Upon my return the rumbles of hunger were starting. With just a few miles to go to reach Slate Run and the Hotel Manor, I fired up the Sportster and the blast of his pipes echoed through the gorge. We cruised up the next section of road, which got narrower and with huge drop-offs to the left and lose rock cliffs to the right and there was no room for error. I reached the turnoff to Slate Run, passed Wolfe's General Store and Fly Shop and across the bridge.\r \r A grand structure of wood and glass, with a design somewhere between Swiss chalet and classic A-frame, awaited me on the other side. The building rose from its surroundings like a sculpture amidst the gallery of nature. Huge glass windows reflected the lines of the steep angled roof, as well as mirrored the immense deck and sparkling creek in the foreground. On the deck were market umbrellas and I could see tables and chairs underneath and most of them were filled with folks enjoying dinner.\r \r If the outside wasn't amazing enough, the inside just blew me away. At this point, it was clear that everything I was seeing here was new and absolutely beautiful! Since they were so busy, I just walked up to the bar to get something to wash down the dust of the road. I braced myself for the usual rural offerings of only big-batch, small-taste beers, but what I saw almost brought a tear to my eye. It was a sign that read ""Tröegs - Proudly Served at the Hotel Manor.""\r \r Was I still asleep and dreaming, or had I unknowingly passed through a wormhole and came out in a parallel universe where men and women realize the beauty of craft beer and going local? But maybe I had simply come across a new breed of restaurateur. Well, according to the scientific principle Acoms Razor - the simplest solution tends to be the correct one. So I asked for a cold bottle of Tröegs Rugged Trail and made for the big Adirondack chairs on the porch.\r \r We enjoyed our meals and chatted for an hour or so before Mark appeared again, this time bearing dessert. He sat with us while sipping coffee and told me more about his place. He is as passionate as they come and lives to serve connoisseurs, fisherman, locals and travelers like me. His place is smoke-free and he uses local produce whenever he can. The Hotel Manor is also a licensed, certified Angus Beef restaurant and Mark said he's open to accommodate all dietary needs.\r \r And if the spacious dining room, the fly-fishing inspired bar, and the huge deck overlooking Pine Creek weren't enough, the Hotel Manor is also as its name implies, a hotel too! Breakfast is included with your stay and I was tempted to check in for the night. However, I had my heart set on sleeping under the stars. So with the daylight beginning to wane, I thanked Mr. Zimmerman for all his generosity and taking the time to hang out with me. I also thanked Mark for his hospitality (and dessert). I mounted my bike and headed north towards my next adventure.\r more

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/20/2013

great fishing spot......nice drinking deck also.... more

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/13/2013

I can say this from MY experience, my wife and I eat there from time to time and every time we have been there the service was good the food was good {Crab Cakes are REAL Crab Cakes, not 10% crab, 90% filler} and the view, well you have to see it for yourself! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/6/2013

Thank you Angela, just booked the Canoe Room to meet up with my hiking group. Thank you for your cordial and friendly assistance. Looking forward to my stay there. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 5/31/2013

My husband has been meeting friends here for several years to fish and finally 3 years ago I came along.I just love this place.The food here is excellent, and everyone at Hotel Manor makes you feel right at home. Thanks to everyone that works here you guys are the best! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 5/23/2013

Nestled in the Pine Creek Valley is the Hotel Manor.. There is a beautiful view from their deck of Pine Creek and Slate Run. The food is great and the presentation is very appealing to the eye. Great spot for fly fishermen, snowmobilers, and hunters. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 5/17/2013

My wife and I stopped here in the course of a bike trip up and down the ""Grand Canyon of PA"". There is nothing like eating on the deck with a view across Pine Creek and up and down the Canyon. Mark, the chef, prepares some interesting and tasty dishes that you wouldn't expect to find in Slate Run, PA. The waitstaff are friendly and efficient. If you're in the area on a sitting-outside day, the Hotel Manor Restaurant is a must stop for lunch or dinner. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 5/9/2013

We just returned from a stay at Hotel Manor. We found the cabin to be a very quaint, the staff friendly and the food was great. \r \r We were on a motorcycle road trip with friends - the ride in was beautiful and the location of the hotel on Pine Creek is just as scenic. It is very unfortunate that a tornado had passed through the area just before our arrival and up rooted a bunch of trees. \r \r After the restaurant/bar closed the staff joined us on the deck for drinks and made us feel very welcome and their attitudes were great.\r \r In my opinion, if you don't feel that you're getting the service you deserve, you need to speak up. You're in a busy atmosphere and the restaurant staff are human - they are capable of making mistakes and missing you; let them know. This is a casual atmosphere; it’s a lodge in the woods and people need to learn to relax and leave their bad attitudes at home and take in the fresh air. \r \r I would recommend this road trip and hotel to anyone, and I can see us returning in the future. Just know that you can't eat the ice cream for breakfast....once you visit, that'll make more sense. With that said, the breakfast burritos will make up for that lack of ice cream. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 5/2/2013

Great place to eat and enjoy the view of Pine Creek in the PA grand Canyon. Sometimes see eagles, deer or even bear. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 4/22/2013

Fantastic food! Reasonable pricing! Gorgeous view!!! I've been going there since 1979! Slate Run is a little slice of Heaven on Earth. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 4/17/2013

Well worth the drive! Great food cold drinks and many nights of fun in that place. Exellent snowmobile stop. more
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