Your host, Karen and Kermit, are an accomplished innkeepers, and will strive to make your stay enjoyable and relaxing. They are well-versed in the history of the house, and will give you a tour of the Manor upon your arrival.
Pat Hill reached up to scratch her head at an antique auction held in the back yard of the Brennen estate, and accidentally placed the winning bid, becoming only it’s second owner! "It’s been a labor of love with fastidious attention to detail ever since.' The restoration process has been painstaking and detailed with the help of many local artisans and craftsmen. From cleaning 100 years of coal soot from brick and mortar to, repair of Tiffany style stained glass to replacement of fixtures to the final touches of master painters and decor. It's filled with the Hill art, antiques gun and uniform war memorabilia worthy of any museum. See the rare pre-prohibition find stashed under the staircase from the Henry Clay Frick Old Farm Rye Distillery.
The mansion and guest house has been restored as closely to original as possible while maintaining it’s architectural integrity and yet updating it to today’s safety standards including handicap accessibility.
“Hill, a New York fashion model who was born in the Pittsburgh area, poured more than three quarters of a million dollars into it, transforming the estate into a luxurious bed and breakfast in the ‘90’s.” – CBS
~ Old World Charm meets First Class Amenities.