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Alpenhof B&B Review

With graduation just around the corner and loved ones coming from near and far to watch their relatives walk across the green to receive their diploma, lots of students are asking, where can I keep these people?  There are numerous local hotels and motels, and the occasional inn or two, but for the family member that loves sleeping and pancakes look no further than the Alpenhof Bed & Breakfast in Media, PA.  With rooms ranging from $120 to $235 per night, there is something for every B&B lover to enjoy.

Roland’s room and Otto’s room (both $120 a night) share a full bathroom and are ideal for any family bringing parents and children.  Roland’s room boasts a queen size bed, while Otto’s has two twin beds.  Both have TVs, internet access and ceiling fans.

On the other end of the price spectrum is the Rock Garden Cottage, Alpenhof’s home away from home.  The Rock Garden Cottage is separate from the rest of the house and is designed to house four occupants.  It comes with a full kitchen (including the dishwasher, dishes and microwave oven), a 50-inch television, laundry facilities and a Nintendo Wii with Netflix.  The Cottage offers a special value as well.  The first night is $235, nights two through six are only $200, and the seventh night is free.  A stay in the Cottage also offers an opportunity for massages from their in-house masseur and masseuse.

If you want more of the same house bed and breakfast feel, but still enjoy the idea of a private bathroom, then the three remaining rooms might be more up your alley.  Monica’s room has a Queen sized bed, Heidi’s room has a King and the Master Suite has a California King Bed.  Monica and Heidi’s rooms are both $140 a night, and both offer a TV and a small desk.  The Master Suite comes in at $160 a night, and a good deal more to offer.  The Master Suite has a 55-inch television screen, a sitting area with a vanity, unique lighting fixtures, 15 foot high ceilings and a stained-glass window with a balcony.

Every room comes with the complimentary, as you wish breakfast.  They offer anything from blueberry pancakes to crepes.  They will even cater to any dietary restrictions as best as they can, with a little forewarning of course.  They offer a large living room for socializing or playing the piano, not to mention numerous works of art covering the walls of the establishment.  If you or a loved one would like to spend the night, you can find their information at alpenhofbedandbreakfast.com, or call (610) 891-8222 or email alpenhof@gmail.com to make a reservation today.

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