We cant than Betty and her husband enough for the amazing experience we had this week. Where do I start?
What an experience.... The place was built in the 1800's and looks spectacular.
This separate log cabin housed us for a few days. The kids had a blast with the chickens and goats. The flower gardens were breath taking.
Breakfast was delicious. We have a nut allergy in our family and they were so accommodating to our needs. PS the pancakes were to die for...
If you are ever in the Pittsburgh area.... I highly recommend this place....
Love ya Miss Betty...Thank you for the hospitality.
Jojo and Cristn Lorman
We traveled as 2 couples in town for a hockey game. This B & B was very charming and convenient. We arrived Friday night and were greeted with a tour, biscotti,tea, coffee, juice, and water. Breakfast is delivered in the morning and both days it was delicious and plentiful! It was great to have the whole place. The porch was a nice place for evening cocktails. The beds were extremely comfortable! My husband and I slept in the room with the twin beds and we were nervous that we wouldn't be able to sleep but we had the opposite experience. We wanted to take the beds and pillows home with us. Driving into the city was easy (20 mins) and we parked at the casino. After the game, we were going away from traffic which was helpful. Uber was available also for about $25.
An excellent hideaway in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. Rustic, quiet and secluded from the hubbub of the city. Yet minutes away from all the museums, games, the National Aviary and botanical gardens. Caring and considerate hosts add to the welcoming ambiance of this BnB