Built in 1888 as a Benedictine monastery, The Priory is now a meticulously restored boutique hotel. With 42 elegant guestrooms, including 17 rooms in its new wing (opened January 2011), the Priory offers authentic 19th century elegance with modern amenities including Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, a fitness center and business center. Be sure to visit the cozy Monks' Bar and verdant garden courtyard!
5 on January 29, 2015
Kind courteous staff and great atmosphere.
1.0 on August 11, 2013
Seriously, my daughter's dorm room is nicer than our room at the Priory. The carpet was stained and dirty, the bathroom tile has mold in the grout, the toilet didn't work, the sink took 5 minutes to drain after brushing my teeth, it is across the street from a public housing project and the staff was very rude. For $190 per night, please don't waste your money. There are great places to stay in Pittsburgh. This is NOT one of them.
4.8 on April 25, 2013
Quality room, extremely friendly service, free parking, complimentary shuttle within Pittsburgh, complimentary breakfast, a cozy tavern where we encountered several very friendly guests of the hotel with nothing but praise about their experience at staying here. My wife and I were impressed with the decor outside and in. She immediately sent photos of the place to several of our friends. I would not hesitate to stay at this hotel again and we plan to do just that. J.J.
4.8 on January 05, 2013
We are already looking forward to our next visit to Pittsburgh to stay at the Priory. Quiet and friendly. Don't forget to eat at Nicky's Thai Kitchen which was recommended by the staff--best Thai food hands down.
4.4 on November 17, 2012
I chose this B and B through the BedandBreakfast.com website as I wanted an out-of-the-way place to stay for my nursing conference. It more than met my expectations. I was in walking distance from a church my father had co-pastored over fifty years previously so it was fun to find it so close by. I was also able to walk across the Rachel Carson Bridge to my conference at the David Lawrence Conference Center but I mostly chose to use the very convenient Shuttle. Herman and Henry were friendly and informative shuttle-drivers! All the staff were helpful and accommodating. I loved the historica ambience.
4.2 on September 10, 2012
I have been wanting to see the Falling Waters house for around 10 years now and decided it was time to go see it. Having never been to Pittsburgh before I decided that would be a nice add on since it was only an hour away from Falling Waters. Originally I was just looking for a cheap spot for me and the wife to lay our heads down but then The Priory came up in some search results. I knew my wife would love it so I decided to spend a few more bucks and stay there. The place had a lot of history to it, it was clean, and the staff were great. Especially the bartender, she (forgot her name) told us where we should go and what was actually worth seeing. I have recommended this place to several people already and I would definitely return.
4.4 on May 01, 2012
The priory is a very nice B&B! I would recommend it to anyone
5 on April 24, 2012
This is one of the nicest small boutique Hotels I have stayed in a very long time. We had a king suite. The room was spotless. Great european continental breakfast. The staff helped out with maps and answered all our questions. It is in the deutchtown section of the city and away from all the city crowds and noise but within walking distance of many attractions. The next trip to Pittsburgh we will be staying here. Also did I mention it was a great value...
4.6 on March 18, 2012
The hotel was beautiful and in a good location for exploring the North Side. The breakfast was more of a continental breakfast (cereal, muffins, etc). We had a very pleasant stay.
4.2 on March 14, 2012
Special thanks to Henry, the check-in clerk offering us a drink while waiting to get checked in and getting me some coffee for the room
Each Standard Room is furnished with one queen or full size bed, and is decorated with Edwardian era antiques and reproductions.
Offers one King bed amid authentic 19th century accents and artworks.
$162 - $229
The Large Suites feature a separate sitting area overlooking the courtyard and a large bedroom with a queen bed.
The Small Suite sits on the first floor and looks out onto the Courtyard. It has a bedroom with a full size bed and separate sitting room with a queen pull out couch.
The cozy Single rooms are suitable for one guest, and offer a twin bed and a view of the courtyard.
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) 18 miles
From airport-60 S to 279 N to Exit 7C (E. Ohio St. Follow ramp to East Ohio Street. Left on E. Ohio St. Proceed to second traffic light. At second traffic light, proceed left on Cedar Avenue. Proceed three short blocks to Pressley St. (there is a Sunoco station at the intersection). L on Pressley. The Priory is at the end of the street on the left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Nature area, PNC Park (10 minute walk), Heinz Field (15 minute walk), Downtown Pittsburgh (10 minute walk), National Aviary (5 minute walk), Andy Warhol Museum (7 minute walk), Carnegie Science Center (15 minute walk), Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, VCR, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Weekday shuttle to downtown and North Shore, Complimentary parking, Fitness Center, Meeting rooms, Expanded continental breakfast, Business Center
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing