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The Mansion at Maple Heights
5516 Maple Heights Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Phone: +1--4125867940
Fax: +1--4129181579

Shawn, James, Dennis, Nicole


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King-sized bed, full bathroom, walk-in closet, and a 47" HDTV with premium channels.The Executive/Master Suite at The Mansion Bed & Breakfast has the perfect accommodations for any business traveler visiting Pittsburgh, PA:
Two Queen-sized beds, full bathroom, and a 50" HDTV with premium channels.Relax in luxury with this ultimate sitting room equipped with 47" HDTV, coffee maker, table w/four chairs and mini fridge.
Spacious closet, perfect your extended business stay!
Elegantly appointed bathroom with stand up tub/tiled showerLuxurious stand up, tiled rain shower with additional side jets & steam room. Jacuzzi Tub, his and her granite toped sinks.
Staircase are stunning with leaded glass and stained glass windows which illuminate this spectacular space with light.The Mansion at Maple Heights is a turn of the century English Manor Home, built in 1903 for Ted Berger, a prominent Pittsburgh businessman.

The interior of the home was detailed with the finest of dark oak paneling and hard wood floors. The library, foyer and landing of the grand master staircase are stunning with leaded glass and stained glass windows which illuminate this spectacular space with light. The large living room was used as a music room and is adorned with regal crown molding and an ornate limestone fireplace. The dining room has many period details including a cleverly hidden speakeasy that was used to hide liquor during Prohibition.
LibraryCommon room perfect for relaxing and meeting with friends and colleques. Also includes a business center.