I thought the home was beautiful, the outside courtyard reminded me of the south and was nice, the food was wonderful and the location is fantastic for the north shore area events and attractions. It was a very short walk to Heinz Field and the train. Good deal compared to the hotels. I will stay again for sure.
We traveled to the Gibsonia area for a family function and were very happy to find the Woodhill B&B. The location was perfect, and the innkeepers, Tauni and Chuck, could not have been nicer. Everything was very clean, tidy, and well taken care of; even the yard was beautifully landscaped with fish pond, waterfall, and fire pit, and the surrounding woods gave the feel of being out in the country. All in all, very comfortable and relaxing. And Tauni's breakfast Aebleskivers (little doughnut like Danish pancakes) are deliciously addictive! Thank you for a very pleasant stay!
We stayed for two nights in the Gable Room and thoroughly enjoyed all of it. The room was charming and quiet; everything we needed was available. The breakfasts were fantastic—It is obvious that Pat enjoys planning and preparing them—and she presents them with genuine joy. Both Tom and Pat are gracious and make you feel at home. The ambiance is perfect for the rural Pennsylvania converted farmhouse situated in a location that is peaceful, yet close to activities in the cities. Highly recommend!!
..and i actually mean extra-extraordinary. a museum, a work of art, a lovingly restored and maintained labor of love...i could gush for days. playful Caribbean/African touches balance the brooding weight of massive Gothic furnishings. fun, helpful staff with a great knowledge of every object in the place. fantastic breakfast, too. if you want a bland, IKEA-filled room for the night...don't bother. if you want a stimulating, architectural, historical experience...this is the place. A++++++
Stay here, stay here, STAY HERE!!! This property is one of the most stunning on the outside and inside. I was so warmly welcomed and I truly feel like I can relax and that I am staying at a friends amazing house. The accommodations are above and beyond. This is what a perfect B&B experience is. Tom & Pat are so genuine, kind and warm. I will absolutely stay here again in a heartbeat!
I took my wife here for our anniversary. I stopped by earlier in the day to make sure everything was OK. Nicole, the event coordinator, took the time to show me around the entire place even though I showed up unannounced. They even got flowers and chocolates to the room on short notice. Throughout our stay, Nicole and Shawn gave us wonderful recommendations and attention. The owner was also extremely attentive throughout our stay. The room was clean and spacious (Executive Suite). The bathroom was fantastic. Every staff member we met took the time to listen and take care of our needs, even when I had a late night salt craving. We will definitely be coming back.
We stayed with a group of friends on Pittsburgh Marathon Race weekend. Ed and staff are warm and friendly. They were so helpful in guiding us to restaurants, transportation, etc. And they were on the porch cheering us on as we passed the inn during the race. Add the fact that the location is convenient to everything we wanted to do. And Ed's breakfasts are divine. We are looking for a reason to go back soon.
This B&B was beautiful...and different. We've stayed at about a dozen different B&B's both in the US and Canada and this one ranks up there with the quality of rooms, decor, service, and value. The breakfast itself was good, and better than we expected coming to Pittsburgh, but definitely does not make it up there with our top picks for dining experiences.
The rooms are beautiful, unique, huge with soaring ceilings and many windows, and extradordinarily clean.The inn, such a manificent building, has the ambience of Victorian Pittsburgh combined with bright, upbeat Caribbean colors and some decor in the main rooms that I'm sure would be a fine antidote to grey skys and winter blues. We were fortunate to be there during springs' first days to enjoy Eds beautiful blooming garden and several nights peaceful sleep. The staff is welcoming, friendly and professional - we were treated kindly, our privacy was respected, and we were extremely comfortable.
Victorian antiques, background reggae music, a great location and a breakfast that will spoil you for breakfast anywhere else. Ed and Ty are incredibly gracious hosts, and I look forward to many, many future stays at the Parador.
After reading all the excellent reviews and spending our first day at The Mansion and everything seemed just about perfect we were surprised to find no coffee the second morning (our anniversary by the way) and no one about. An hour later still no coffee and no one about so we packed and I called the number we were given to learn the owner ... our chef ... had an accident and needed to go to the hospital but he declined my offer to take him. Okay,we found an alternative nearby ... Pamela's ... and it was excellent but it cost $25. This is a superb b&b and the managers were excellent but it was not the experience I expected from the reviews I read. I rated everything "5" but there were other deficiencies not found in other top rated b&b's we have visited. We also did not receive the Senior Discount we learned about AFTER we arrived so yes, we feel short changed.
My husband and I took a local mini-vacation to celebrate my birthday. We enjoyed the Mansion At Maple Heights. It was beautiful, the breakfast was delicious, and the people were delightful. Thank you for a special day.
A unique, amazing place to stay. Sr. Renata greeted us warmly, explained how the B & B worked (basically, guests have the run of the whole guest house) and showed us to our room - The Garden Room. Double queen beds and loads of detailed touches to make our stay comfortable. There are 100 acres of grounds that belong to the monastery so it's great for a jog or a walk. And SO peaceful. Breakfast was help yourself with lots of choice. There are two sitting rooms and a beautifully decorated dining room, as well as (downstairs) a gift shop and TV lounge. Highly recommended.
Booked this stay so as to attend a performance right in the heart of Downtown. Was not very familiar with Pittsburgh but the location looked favorable on the map, and it certainly was. The off street parking is a terrific amenity. We were met quickly on arrival and given a pleasant tour of the main floor and grounds before being introduced to our room, actually a two room suite. Well appointed and well kept, we appreciated the gas fireplace... perfect, and made good use of the refrigerator for our deli purchases from the strip. We brought bicycles and it was very easy to get to the river and downtown that way but also just a $7 Uber ride to the theaters or an easy 3 block walk and a no-fare-zone free ride on the T. We did all three on our 3 day / 2 night stay. First night was from a Groupon, 2nd night, was at the regular rate and overall it was a terrific value. Very charming and spacious, a fabulous facility and Ed and his crew provide great service, we'll be back.
We love staying at the Inn on Negley. The staff are warm and welcoming, always offering assistance, the rooms are spotless and beautiful, and the breakfast is delicious. The location is perfect for shopping and dining, or just taking a walk around the pretty neighborhood of Shadyside. It's definitely the best place we have found to stay in Pittsburgh.