Jimberg is our faux 18th – century village created on our main hilltop property. A winding road leads you past a waterwheel & ends in a secret village of rustic buildings, each one proudly welcoming you to explore their unique characteristics. View our Property Map!

All buildings in the Village are wheelchair accessible & include central heat/ air conditioning.

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The Chapel at Oak Lodge is a unique rustic chapel standing gracefully in the center of Jimberg. Built from hand-hewn logs reclaimed from local barns, some well over 200 years old, sit on a foundation of local rocks, each one hand picked to uphold The Chapel’s splendid stature. Woodland charm flows through the hand-crafted front doors, maintaining the same natural presence on the inside with handmade wooden pews. Soft lighting & stained glass windows fill your ceremony with a warm glow. The Chapel welcomes all denominations.

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At the far end of the Village sits our very own log tavern. Tally Ho Tavern is the ideal setting for your cocktail hour! Guests are welcomed in to enjoy hors d’ oeuvres & chat over cocktails with a stroll out to the barrel tops overlooking the woodland hillside. The Tavern’s beautiful copper fireplace & handcrafted log furniture create a cozy, whimsical atmosphere in which your guests won’t want to leave.

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Mercantile Hall is a 3000 sq. ft. gathering place for your reception. A 10’ x 140’ covered deck welcomes guests & protects them from the elements as they enjoy the outdoor sights and sounds of the Village. Like The Chapel, Mercantile Hall is also constructed of reclaimed barn wood and beams. The interior exudes rustic elegance with the glow of seven chandeliers & natural beauty of five varieties of hardwood plank flooring harvested from the property. Ladies + Gents facilities are located within the hall.

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Penn Place is our oldest & most primitive log structure, adding authentic character to the Village. It was moved from an original location south of the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg campus. The property that this log dwelling was originally built on can be traced back to property owned by the grandson of William Penn, John Penn. Therefore, we felt it appropriate to name it “Penn Place.” Your rehearsal dinner & breakfast each morning will take your guests back in time as they step inside.