Discover this Bradford, PA hotel conveniently located near the Zippo Lighter/Case Knife Visitors Center, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, the Seneca-Allegany Casino, and Holiday Valley Ski Resort.
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Located in Northern Pennsylvania's Allegheny Forest Region, the Best Western Plus Bradford Inn is an award-winning hotel committed to providing the best in customer service and accommodations. This Bradford area hotel boasts well-appointed guest rooms and suites with 42 inch HD TV's with DIRECTV including HBO® and CINEMAX® and free wireless high-speed Internet access. This pet-friendly hotel also features amenities including a complimentary full breakfast, a seasonal outdoor heated swimming pool, fitness center and a full-service business center. The Best Western Plus Bradford Inn also features an onsite restaurant and complimentary passes to the nearby YMCA.
The Best Western Plus Bradford Inn is conveniently located minutes away from key attractions such as the Penn-Brad Oil Museum, the Zippo Lighter/Case Knife Museum and the 19th century Crook Farm. Within a 20 minute drive of Bradford, guests can visit the Seneca-Allegany Casino, Holiday Valley Ski Resort, Eldred World War II Museum, St. Bonaventure University, the Kinzua Viaduct, and the Kinzua Dam. Outdoors lovers will enjoy being close to the Allegheny National Forest offering great hiking, biking, hunting and fishing. This Bradford, PA hotel is close to a variety of corporate locations including the Zippo Manufacturing Company, Case Knife Factory, Georgia Pacific Corp and American Refining Group.
The friendly staff at the Best Western Plus Bradford Inn is ready to ensure a memorable stay in Bradford. Make a reservation today and save! Enjoy your stay.
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Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
Lodi, California on 17-Sep-17
The staff were helpful & accomodating, the room was clean and well equipped. Food from restaurant room service was disappointing. Overcooked hard wings and ONE meatball for spaghetti. Which was...