Tom Quick Inn

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At this old Victorian inn, spirits like to make neatly made beds look rumpled, like someone has slept in them. They also have been known to call out the names of the staff and move guests’ beds.

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411 Broad St
Milford, PA 18337
United States

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41.3240103, -74.80083259999998
Pike County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Milford, PA (0.1 mi.)
Matamoras, PA (6.1 mi.)
Port Jervis, NY (6.6 mi.)
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Birchwood Lakes, PA (7.8 mi.)
Sunrise Lake, PA (8.7 mi.)
Conashaugh Lakes, PA (9.9 mi.)
Pocono Mountain Lake Estates, PA (11.4 mi.)
Hemlock Farms, PA (12.2 mi.)
Unionville, NY (12.5 mi.)

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  1. Alarm went off at 530, immediately after was 2 bangs on the door followed by my water bottles in recycling bin being compacted, downward. Whatever.. ive experienced worse elsewhere so im use to it.

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