COMFORT, HISTORY, RELAXATION - Conveniently located two blocks from Allegheny College and within easy walking distance of both Allegheny College and downtown Meadville's restaurants and pubs.
One location - two beautiful properties connected by a path. Choose from accommodations at either Mayor Lords or the Carriage House.
Book your well deserved getaway today! Local and regional travel have become this years vacation and offer an opportunity to rejuvenate without going too far.
Explore the many great seasonal outdoor activities the area has to offer and a list of our local restaurants (check out our "Things to Do" tab) which are open for appropriately spaced dining or takeout.
Guests are invited to choose between Mayor Lords, the Carriage House and the nearby Garden Suite to find the accommodation option that works best for them.
The Carriage House built in 1860 is a beautiful and spacious historic property located on over 2 acres of hidden natural and landscaped beauty right behind Mayor Lords offering four guestrooms each with a queen bed and a private bath. This location is the new favorite! Especially great for a couples getaway!
Mayor Lords House built by Mayor Lewis L. Lord in 1920 and a favorite guest location since its establishment as a B&B in 2004 offers four guestrooms each with a queen and twin bed and a private bath. Ideal for those visiting the college or needing an extra bed.
Garden Suite offers private entrance with the complete privacy and freedom of an efficiency apartment. Complete with a kitchen. Separate bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen. Queen bed. Minimum stay of 3 nights required.
Our properties have implemented the Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfast "Promise" protocols for your safety. Our B&B's are licensed and inspected.
FYI: I have had both of my Pfizer vaccinations (and booster) - for which I am both relieved and grateful!
For the time being when inside a common area and when with those who are not a part of your group we request mask's be worn and that social distancing guidelines be followed.
We invite you to visit the CDC website for the most up to date information.