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About Us

The Innkeeper opened the doors for Mayor Lord's House in Meadville, Pennsylvania in 2004. Over the years changes have been made as we grow. We now have an Assistant Innkeeper, Housekeeping staff and help in the garden! 

Another change: We have partnered with two locally owned coffee shop/cafes down the street where our guests are welcome to settle into their morning with "breakfast in the community" where they can get their  Meadville "vibe" while enjoying a "free" guest breakfast on us. It's complimentary!


Come and stay! - Our various room options and amenities to make your travel both relaxing an enjoyable. Two blocks from Allegheny College and within easy walking distance of both Allegheny College and downtown Meadville's restaurants and pubs.

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Call 814-720-8907

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  • High speed - Secure Wireless Internet- inside and out
  • Cozy nooks and remote workstations available at all properties 
  • Cable TV
  • Summer Air Conditioning
  • Guest Room Refrigerators

Sitting area
  • Walking distance to local restaurants and pubs and Allegheny College
  • Pool (seasonal June 1st to September 1st)
  • Carriage House offers: beautiful garden views, a great room fireplace
  • Relax with a book or a glass of wine in one of our indoor or outdoor spaces 

    Mayor Lord's House guests are also welcome to come over to the the Carriage House grounds for Croquet, Bocce, Swimming, Birdwatching, Relaxing, Reading or Eating (breakfast or dinner takeout) at one of the many "outdoor" spaces or in our Carriage House pool area.

    The exceptions to grounds/pool use would be if there is a private event booked for grounds or pool. In those cases event times would need to be respected and another time chosen. 

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  • Mayor Lord's is a 1920’s home with original Craftsman-style woodwork throughout, built by Lewis L. Lord, Mayor of Meadville 1901 to 1904. His Grandfather, Samuel L. Lord, an early Meadville settler, gave 20 acres of land in 1820 for the founding of Allegheny College. Allegheny's Bentley Hall and the "old campus" are situated on this gifted land. Also on campus Lords Gate was built in honor of Samuel Lord.
  • The Carriage House was built in 1860 and is what was called the "Old Farm" serving as the main carriage house for two grand mansions on Terrace Street, the Baldwin Reynolds House and the Huidekoper House. This very large and grand carriage house is located on the interior of the block -a true hidden gem.

Mayor Lord's House Bed and Breakfast LLC |  654 Park Avenue, Meadville, Pa 16335  |  814-720-8907  |

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