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The Noon-Collins Inn
"A Mid Victorian Bed and Breakfast"
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114 East High Street
Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 15931

(814) 472-4311
Fax: (814) 472-6946
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History Abounds

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The Noon-Collins Inn
114 East High St
Ebensburg, PA 15931
(814) 472-4311
Fax: (814) 472-6946
Email

The Cambria County area surrounding The Noon Collins Inn is rich in Pennsylvania history and ripe with opportunities for the entire family. Many International guest find the Noon-Collins a convenient place to stay in touring from New York to Niagara Falls to Washington D.C., or the re verse from D.C., to the Falls to the Big Apple. Your hosts will help you with activities and attractions and places to dine.

The Inn has a long, distinguished history stretching back to 1834, when it began life as a Federal-style stone mansion for Ebensburg residents Philip and Ellen Noon. Philip was an Associate Judge of Cambria County. His son maintained his law office in the Brown Room of the mansion.

In 1860, the Noon's daughter, Margaret, inherited the home. Her husband, Philip Collins, and his brothers received international acclaim as builders of railroads. They remodeled their home into a Mid-Victorian Mansion. Throughout the years, the building has served as the Ebensburg Y.M.C.A. and the town's community center. The World War I Draft Board occupied the Parlor. The local high school used the Auditorium as its gymnasium. Gene Kelly ran a dance studio in the 1930's. The Young Peoples Community Center operated from the building until the late 1970's, offering recreation for local teens.

The Noon Collins is a member of the Pennsylvania Mid-State Bed and Breakfast Association and the Greater Johnstown Conventions & Visitors Bureau.

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