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All reviewsnational aviaryboggs roomold mansionhard boiled eggscommons parkacross the streetb bslovely porchexpanded continentaldressing roomwithin walking distanceyogurtmini suitemake your own wafflesbed and breakfastbreakfast is servedpittsburgh's north shore
For a weekend trip to Pittsburgh for games at PNC Park and Heinz Field, we booked one night at the Inn on the Mexican War Streets. I was really just looking for something affordable within walking distance of the stadiums, but the Inn ultimately offered...More
I met up with friends who were also in Pittsburgh for the first time. If possible, I prefer either boutique hotels or B & Bs when travelling. This charming inn turned out to be perfectly located, walking distance to PNC park, the aviary, the Warhol...More
Sadly, we were very disappointed with our stay! The Inn is riding on faded glory and looks nothing like it's website page.
The innkeepers were very friendly, but, obviously very eager to retire and sell!
The extreme clutter covered by a layer of dust, coupled...More
My husband and I recently spent two nights at this inn over the Easter Holiday Weekend. The proprietor was welcoming, and was eager to share the beauty and history of the home with us. We stayed in Mr. Bogg's room, which faces the street and...More
My parents and I were in Pittsburgh to see a Pirates game. We decided upon the bed and breakfast called The Inn on Mexican War Streets. The Inn is actually an old Victorian Mansion owned and operated by a male couple. The couple are very...More