"I couldn't of
been more happy with our stay. Just wish it was a
longer stay, but we live 3 hours away from the place
and had to get on the road. Would have like to tour
the building more and the old church next door.
Thanks for a great stay.
--Sue Sylvester, GLEE"
When Bauer Family
Funeral Homes introduced our new community
outreach program, “Bauer’s Steps Ahead” our goal
was to have a different venue each month that
would make an enjoyable planned outing for the
group. As the Community Relations Manager of
Bauer Family Funeral Homes.
Thank you for the
enchanting experience; for the delicious
homemade lunch made from your family recipes;
for sharing the interesting history about the
buildings and its occupants that you obviously
carefully researched and documented; and for
letting us experience the décor of the Old
Parsonage Bed & Breakfast and Enchanted Abbey
during our tour. Thank you for making our event
successful. This permitted our group to share an
enjoyable day with fellowship of friends and
laughter while having the opportunity to visit a
place where we have never been before.
We want to include
best wishes and continued success in completing
such a huge remodeling project. We hope you will
see your dreams come true.
Funeral Home’s Community Relations Manager
Listen to Proprietor John
Truett's radio interview where shares about the history of
the Old Parsonage
The Old Parsonage B&B/church are
Maj. Anthony Shea's 2011 novel
The 2012 local author
John Shupeck Jr.
"Red Town Lost" uses the church building
as one of
the main places and
Our Innkeepers last name
for one of the main characters.
The interior of the buildings
are non-smoking. Smoking is only permitted on the porches.
156 Siberian Avenue
:: Leechburg PA :: 15656
Proprietor John Truett :: 724 596-0107
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