Riffles and Runs B&B
Innkeepers Connie and Steve McCulley chose the name 'Riffles and Runs' because of Steve's love of flyfishing. This classic Victorian is two blocks from the center of town, within walking distance of the Centre County Historical and Genealogical Library, YMCA, Talleyrand Park, the world headquarters of the American Philatelic Society, as well as churches, restaurants, and shopping. We are minutes from Penn State's University Park Campus and Beaver Stadium.
All rooms are comfortably furnished and mornings at Riffles and Runs welcome guests to a home-cooked, delicious breakfast in a sunny dining room furnished in period antiques. We use only the best ingredients and offer a hearty fare ranging from traditional to vegetarian.
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Bellefonte Exit, Rt. 550 south to Bellefonte. Continue to W. Bishop St, about 1 and 1/2 miles (through three traffic lights, past high school, grocery stores, and down long hill to light). Cross Allegheny St. and go one block to Spring St. Turn right, go through one light, one stop sign, and look for our sign in front of the first house past the old church on your left. Park in front.
Take Rt. 22 W. merge onto 322 West. This route becomes PA 144 in Potters Mills, approx. 1.5 hours' drive. Take Rt. 144 (bearing right at bottom of hill), and drive approx. 14 miles to Bellefonte. Bear right onto Spring St. Continue straigh to stoplight. Go one block to stop sign. First house on the left, next to the old church.
From State College...
From I-99, take PA-150 N. ramp toward Bellefonte. Merge onto PA-150. Continue three miles. Turn right onto High St. Go one block and turn left on N. Spring St., one stop sign, first house on the left after the church.