In 1751, Plumsteadville Inn was a welcoming destination for travelers from near and far. After the fire of 1965, operations centered on the tavern and the hotel accommodations were lost for a time.
With the historic charm restored, the owners concluded the restoration of the Plum as a central hub for the entire community January of 2012. The Inn has now reopened its spacious banquet facilities and guest accommodations, including 5 modern suites and 8 period rooms in the original 1751 structure. These new areas bring private entertainment spaces that welcome local businesses and exude the warmth and charm for family gatherings and special occasion celebrations, along with overnight rooms that feel like a comfortable home away from home for travelers and out-of-town guests.