The Historic Summit Inn Resort is the nearest available inn accommodation to both Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob.
Recognized as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most acclaimed works, Fallingwater was voted “the best all-time work of American architecture” in a 1991 poll of the American Institute of Architects. As a supreme example of Wright’s concept of organic architecture, Fallingwater illustrates the harmony between man and nature that occurs when building, furnishings, and site are fully integrated. Wright embraced modern technology to achieve this, designing spaces for living which expressed architecturally the expansive freedom of the American Frontier.
If you have yet to visit this National Historic Landmark nestled in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania, then don’t hesitate to book your package today and enjoy a relaxing sunset and beverage at our historic grand porch hotel after your tour.
If you would like to be one of the 200,000 annual visitors to Fallingwater, the Summit Inn has two excellent packages that will take the headache out of reserving your spot.
Frank Lloyd Wright Packages
American Landmarks Getaway
Includes resort accommodations for two nights, breakfast each morning in Mae’s dining room, tickets to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob and Fort Necessity Battlefield and Educational Interpretive Center.
The Wright Overnight
Includes resort accommodations for one night, breakfast in Mae’s dining room, and tickets to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
On your way home to the Historic Summit Inn, don’t forget to tour Kentuck Knob, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s final masterpieces completed in 1956. Kentuck Knob doesn’t see nearly the visitors as Fallingwater in a given year but definitely should not be missed if you are a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright. Visiting both of these residences requires advance reservations, so please don’t hesitate to have our hotel staff help you in planning your Fayette County adventure.
A tour of the house and grounds requires 1 to 2.5 hours. Reservations are essential to guarantee admission. Wright aficionados should ask about the early morning in-depth excursion when inside photography is permitted. Visitors can also hike the property’s 20+ miles of trails, visit the museum store and enjoy a meal in the cafe.