Gov. Ed Rendell has inducted (the late) James E. Winner Jr. and his wife Donna into the inaugural class of the Keystone Society for Tourism, the highest honor the commonwealth presents to leaders in the tourism industry. The society honors Pennsylvania visionaries in destination leadership and community development.
On call day and night, the staff promptly caters to every whim so that guests can enjoy breakfast in bed, roam about the sensual gardens and breathe in the essence of a bygone aristocratic age.
Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa… “it’s all about pampering and romance”… Multiply your vision of elegance by a gazillion and you’ve got the Buhl Mansion.
The Buhl Mansion, located about an hour north of Pittsburgh, is a bed and breakfast inn ideal for couples stealing a weekend away, spouses celebrating marriage milestones or the engaged pair seeking the perfect spot for a fantasy wedding.
One glimpse at the regal stone building’s spiraling turrets, sprawling gardens and elegant archways, and they’re transported to a world where romance, serenity and self-indulgence reign supreme.
Just 60 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, the Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa has received awards and acclaim for its well-appointed rooms, luxurious spa and service-oriented style.
In the westernmost part of Pennsylvania sits one of the nation’s most elegant, romantic properties.
Built by steel magnate Frank Buhl in 1890s, the mansion combines 19th century elegance with 21st-century convenience.
In Sharon, Buhl Mansion built for steel baron Frank H. Buhl in 1896 as a castle for his bride, is a showstopping turret manse and spa with immaculate grounds voted one of the 10 most romantic inns in the United States.
Behind the Buhl Mansion’s antique stone walls lies a land of fairytales. From affluent spa treatments to lavish dining (breakfast, afternoon tea, etc). in an entirely private and serene setting, Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa is a world-class hospitality institution on the edge of downtown Sharon.