The Doyle is a unique place. A relic from a bygone age, but there is magic in the kitchen. Mr. Pat, is the magician. I’ve never had a bad meal. His chili is killer, the bbq is smokin. Look past the clutter, find a table...More
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Tried to stay there last week. A hand-written note said they would return and open at 4 PM. I waited in front until that evening. No one ever showed and the hotel and restaurant remained closed. I had planned to eat dinner there, enjoy some...More
Tried this place again after being here many years ago. Burgers were great. Pat and Vicky, owners, were very personable and colorful characters. A couple hikers were in the bar. A slice of small town Americana. Recommended.
A stay at the Doyle is a tradition for Appalachian Trail hikers as they pass through Duncannon. But that's the only reason to stay--because it is a tradition. This p kg ace is a serious dump (in a kind of charming way). Common showers are...More
My husband and I have lived only minutes from the Doyle for over 40 years and it was only this past year that we entered the "restaurant" . We had a great meal. For the price it was fantastic. There are only a couple of...More
The Doyle is a famous stop on the AT. It is steps from the trail and keeps track of its guest by trail name. However, don't expect a hotel/motel experience. The carpets are worn, the bathrooms shared. Consider it a hostel and it has plusses:...More
Three of us are here recently when backpacking on the Appalachian Trail through Pennsylvania. Our food was filling and was served quickly. Our waitress Vicky was quite memorable and entertaining. Although we chose not to stay at the hotel, we felt that every hiker should...More
We always enjoy eating here. Special attention from Pat. Food is always good. Blackboard specials every day. Stopping place for Appalacian Trail Hikers.
The trail goes right through Duncannon (one of the few towns that it runs right thru). Great place for Hikers to stop, eat and stay.
We stopped by here several times but one time we stopped after hiking the Appalachian Trail with our dog. Even though she wasn't allowed in the dining area, they gave her water and food in the foyer and allowed her to stay there while we...More