The Century Inn, Historic Pa Bed and Breakfast
“This has certainly been a long, winding road with lots of u-turns and detours. We are currently closed for the winter and will be re-opening on Friday, March 12th.
We know this has been a trying time for everyone and it has certainly been difficult for small businesses.
We kindly ask that you respect our “new normal” and our house rules upon reopening, while we find our way through.
Masks will be required for all patrons, entering and leaving our Inn as well as traveling throughout, to use the amenities. Our tavern will be closed, however you are welcome to enjoy a cocktail with dinner, in one of our 4 dining rooms. We strongly recommend calling ahead and making a reservation. We enjoy when folks visit and are able to relax and escape from reality for awhile, but please also be mindful of our limited seating/tables and other reservations that we may have throughout the evening.
Our overnight rooms are currently available Friday & Saturday evenings, with a week’s notice.
Thank you very much for your understanding, respect and patronage. Take care and be safe!”
With a humble frontier beginning in 1794, through two centuries of generous hospitality, the noble Century Inn has welcomed both stagecoach and modern-day visitors with fine dining and comfortable lodging.
As the oldest continuously operating inn on the National Road, Century Inn has hosted many famous visitors including Andrew Jackson, the Marquis de LaFayette, Henry Clay, James K. Polk and Mexican General Santa Anna.
Located less than an hour south of downtown Pittsburgh, our 20-room stone inn can accommodate up to 14 overnight guests. The dining rooms can seat up to 80 persons, with additional facilities at our outdoor gazebo available during the warmer months.