The Century Inn, Historic Pa Bed and Breakfast
“We first would like to take a moment and thank everyone of you for your continued support throughout this crazy time. After our fire in 2015, we never would have imagined we would be detouring 5 years later, due to a pandemic! We are taking everything as it comes, week by week. Although Washington County has entered the “green” phase on Friday, June 5th, we have decided to simply continue with our curbside pick-up and family take-out meals, in order to keep everyone’s safety as our number one priority. Yes, we are very eager to see everyone, to serve you dinner, host your luncheon, have you for an overnight stay and to see the camaraderie between guests in the tavern. Please, be patient with us as we navigate the upcoming weeks, we appreciate all of you and can never thank you enough for your support.”
Our restaurant and tavern are currently closed for dine-in service until further notice. We will be offering a special menu for curbside pick-up from 12:00-6:00 pm, Thursday-Saturday.
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.