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The Shepherd's Inn is the perfect setting for small weddings, parties, and gatherings. Guests love our relaxing natural setting with our gazebo and covered patio. And our our proximity to the college and casino, you're never far from the action.


Number One!

The Shepherd's Inn's is ranked by Tripadvisor as the number one Bed & Breakfast in Washington County and one of the highest ranked in the state with a 5-star rating. See all the kind words from past guests here.

Local Attractions...

There is plenty to do year-round in Washington County PA. Visit the following local attractions and make your trip through Pennsylvania even better!

Washington and Jefferson College

Washington and Jefferson is a co-ed, four-year liberal arts college located in the heart of Washington PA.

The Meadows Racetrack and Casino

Since the track opened in the 1960s, this outstanding harness facility has been a popular part of Pittsburgh's professional sports scene. It's now also a brand new casino facility. Enjoy the excitement of live harness racing and wagering nightly. See the website for racing schedule and details.

The Bradford House

This landmark 18th century home is available for touring. David Bradford gained national attention through his activities in the Whiskey Rebellion.

Greene County Historical Society Museum

Since its incorporation in 1925, the Greene County Historical Society has collected, preserved and interpreted the history of Greene County, PA.

LeMoyne House

The LeMoyne House in Washington is Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad. Only a few other such sites exist in the United States. Learn more ...

Nemacolin Castle

This 1850's historic structure is located in Brownsville PA. It is maintained by the Brownsville Historical Society, and is open to the public.

Washington Wild Things Baseball

Frontier League baseball is right here in Washington, PA. As a perennial league power, the Washington Wild Things are always a big attraction. Season runs from May to September.

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Learn the story of the Pennsylvania Trolley era. The museum is closed from mid-January through early March.

For more about all the attractions in the Washington PA area, visit the Washington County Tourism website at