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Known by the locals as the Gingerbread House, this highly historic and ornate victorian home, located 35 minutes from the city of Pitsburgh. It has been restored to beyond it's original beauty and quality of the builder, Robert Porter, to allow for the modern day amenities. This beautiful house has been converted into a beautiful bed & breakfast, ready to treat you to a comfortable night's sleep and a scrumptious meal in the morning. The historic Montgomery Mansion was built in the 1870's by Robert Porter. It was later occupied by the Montgomery family from the early 1900s until the 1970s. The Montgomery Mansion was later owned by the neighboring Sacred Heart Church until it was renovated by the previous owners, in the 1990s when it was completely updated to it's current condition. The renovation continues under the direction of Butch and Shirley Smith.
All reviews steam shower quiche wonderful hosts holly room bed and breakfast spa tub stained glass huge bathroom homemade cookies thoroughly enjoyed our stay breakfast was amazing third floor top floor living room pittsburgh area next morning montgomery mansion
Just Left this beautiful piece of Antiquity! Not luxurious but beautiful, homey and comfortable. The mansion is full of antiques, finished lovely. Our room, The Holly room was their antique room with ensuite bathroom that included a beautiful copper bathtub and a unique circular, copper...More
My wife and I bought tickets to the Casting Crowns concert on a Friday night at the Capitol Theater in Wheeling and wanted to find somewhere special to stay that night. When we found and read about the Montgomery Mansion, we decided to stay Saturday...More
I had a very good experience here, place was beautiful, owners were nice and polite. Butch was funny and while Shirley was more conservative I had no issue. My favorite feature was the bathroom at the Holly. I wasn't sure in the picture if the...More
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Response from Shirley S, Owner at Montgomery Mansion Bed & BreakfastResponded April 11, 2018
Thank you for your visit we are glad you enjoyed the historical copper claw foot bathtub, We also enjoyed your stay and looking forward to your future visit.
We stayed for four nights and felt welcome as soon as we stepped through the door. Butch and Shirley are excellent hosts and lovely people!! The room we stayed in (heather suite) was beautiful along with the rest of the house. We will definitely be...More
Spent the night in the Heather Suite. The property of the mansion was gorgeous and upon arrival my fiance and I were well greeted by Butch and Shirley. They were wonderful hosts. Accommodations were very cozy and quaint and provided an evening of much needed...More
Response from Shirley S | Property representative |
Hi ! It really depends on what you enjoy doing . We are located between the Meadows and Wheeling Downs if you like to gamble or watch the races . Meadowcroft Village is just 15-20 minutes from the B & B . The Festvial of... More
Hi ! It really depends on what you enjoy doing . We are located between the Meadows and Wheeling Downs if you like to gamble or watch the races . Meadowcroft Village is just 15-20 minutes from the B & B . The Festvial of lights in Olgebay Park is just 20 minutes away . Antique stores along Historic RT 40 and lots of fun & different places to eat . Museums and HIstorical sites all through the Washington County Area . You may want to check out the tourism site for Washington County . Hope this helps Looking forward to your visit .
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"We toured all rooms and all rooms were very nice!"