The Smith House Inn is a beautifully restored property along the banks of the Casselman and the Youghiogheny Rivers. Our proximity to the Great Allegheny Passage make us a haven for cyclists or those looking to experience the majestic nature that this peaceful town in Southwestern Pennsylvania has to offer.
Confluence, Pennsylvania is just that, the confluence of three rivers. We are ideally located on the west side of town near the point where the Youghiogheny, Laurel Hill, and the Casselman Rivers meet.
The Smith House Inn was built in 1920 and was originally owned by Daisy Cunningham. In the mid 1900's, the property was purchased as a retirement home for George and Mary Smith and remained as a private domicile for the majority of its history. In 2011 it was purchased by the current owner and meticulously restored to prepare it to be one of the premier bed & breakfasts along the Great Allegheny Passage