Morning Glory Inn
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#3 of 7 B&Bs in Pittsburgh
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Morning Glory Inn is a Victorian brick townhouse bed and breakfast with rooms inspired by the sights surrounding us! Located in downtown on Pittsburghs "South Side" you'll succumb to a wonderful blending of "old and new" that is both cozy and comfortable. If you are searching for a beautiful and unique wedding venue we would be happy to consult with you. We have been hosting successful weddings for over a decade in our candlelit courtyard. Our staff and caterers are well recognized for their expertise and attention to detail. Making the Morning Glory Inn a six-time winner of "Best of Weddings" by The Knot.
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2119 Sarah St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203-2031
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Stephanie wrote a review Mar 2020
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We held my daughter's wedding at the Morning Glory Inn, and our family stayed overnight. It was a wonderful experience. The rooms are clean, elegant, and very comfortable. The venue was covered in fresh flowers. Our guests thoroughly enjoyed the wedding. We had a lovely breakfast in the morning, a great way to spend time with family after a busy wedding season.
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Date of stay: August 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Vacationer25377 wrote a review Aug 2004
San Francsico CA1 contribution26 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The Inn is truly amazing. From the antique candle holders to the narrow wooden staircases, this is a wonderful venue. The garden is aged and beautiful, with gentle moss and ivy growing on brick you feel like you are in another country far away... and then you see the Bride, whose day it is, red faced and pissed off. You have to ask yourself "How could this be?" Then the answer comes in the form of a whiney waif of an Innkeeper. This guy was such a jerk about every detail. He used bait and switch tactics when the couple booked the place, telling them they could stay up until 2am and asking them to shut down at 11pm the day of the reception. Furthermore, he cut the maximum number of people that were able to attend the wedding after they had already agreed to a number. He hemmed and hawed at everything that took place. He even denied the Bride from getting more of HER wedding cake once it was put in the fridge. Eventually, we all realized that this guy was not going to ruin this special day and we all just did our best to ignore him. The caterers were awesome in both service and quality of product.
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Discover7259 wrote a review Jul 2004
Pittsburgh, PA1 contribution25 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We recently rented the Morning Glory Inn for our wedding and I can say this is a truly a unique location. The place is stunning. The courtyard makes for a unique setting. If you want a formal garden wedding and reception this is definitely the only place in Pittsburgh that can offer that. The rooms are immaculate and gorgeous. However, the innkeepers were EXTREMELY rude to our bridal party, guests and, yes, even our parents. At this point, I can't say I regret having our wedding there because the ups (everything but the innkeepers) outweigh the downs (eventually they do leave). Be wary of the fact that you will hear horror stories from your guests, relatives, bosses and family due to the lack of courtesy at the Morning Glory.
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arpita c wrote a review Sept 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The place is hard to find and the inn is a downtown “attached” small house in the middle of a congested street. The building is extremely old and we could smell, feel and see dust everywhere. There were cobwebs in the wall corners and carpet was old with numerous stains. We found 2 bugs stuck on the picture in the lower part of the attic room. The bottom of the doorframe has places eaten by mites. The stairs are steep and narrow and there is no elevator . The pictures on the website make it look like a dream place and this is far from it. Also there is a bar right next to the property and there was loud partying going on till late- I contacted at this time and left at midnight to look for another place because I didn’t want to end up in ER from reacting to and breathing the dust all night. The guy is extremely rude and he outright declined to refund me money. What a waste !
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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mpalmtree36 wrote a review Nov 2004
County Wexford, Ireland5 contributions41 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Do not go here. You will be so dissappointed.

I was so extremely excited for my wedding - the first in my immediate family. I thought the sight would be perfect and was promised a unique event - unlike other wedding parties.

Then the nightmare began. The owners were incredibly pushy and rude. They insisted I do everything their way - including bluegrass band. I was left feeling terrible when my plans didn't line up with their plans. I was in a panic thinking they would do something horrible to me on the day of my wedding. I had to send my mother over to talk to them and let them know that they were scaring me.

The owners were extremely upset that I had a DJ at their event. They insisted that it would ruin my day. They said they would keep the party flowing and that a DJ was unnecessary. I had undue stress months before the wedding because of their refusal to have a DJ there.

The reception was wonderful because I was celebrating with family and friends. But the owners were no where in sight to keep the party flowing. People were leaving at seven thirty (the event started at five). I finally had to run around and consult with the DJ on how to get people to stay. He was wonderful - John Mazcio. I heard later the owners were patrolling the establishment - glaring at guests who didn't ensure drinks were placed on coasters. And also - ensuring guests of the bed and breakfast couldn't get into their rooms! Seriously. I found out that my wedding party were locked out of their rooms and the owner would only allow them to be in the rooms if she were right there with the key. (Even though we paid thousands of dollars to rent the whole establishment for a night.) I (the bride) had to knock on my door and wait for the innkeeper to notice that I wanted in my own room for the night. And she ensured that none of my bridesmaids would decorate the newlywed room. (Even though they managed to sneak some battery operated candles and fake flowers up to the room.)

The owners ended up charging us an unexpected 1000 dollars the night before the wedding to rent tents in the chance it might rain. Even though I am pretty sure they own the tents and it cost them nothing.

When the DJ left at 10:00 the owners prompty started shutting down the place and all my family and friends left. No music was turned on for atmosphere. We were basically kicked out -just like in a hotel when your time is up.

So many things were wrong with this establishment. I am so sad that I ever had my wedding there. The owners were my only source of stress and sorrow for the whole event.

I am embarrassed that my guests were treated in such a rude fashion. I am upset that my very expensive wedding reception was a flop. The only failures and flops were because of the intentional mistreatment by the owners of the Morning Glory Inn - Dave and Nancy.

Please don't have your wedding here. The horror stories are only beginning to surface on this venue because the innkeepers are so new to having weddings.

They treat you and your guests as if you are imposing on their home. Don't waste the money. I thought I would never want a hotel wedding and now I WISH that is what I would have done.

Thank you,
Hope you were informed.
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Date of stay: October 2004
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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sweetjerz wrote a review May 2007
Pittsburgh1 contribution25 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I had the opportunity to attend a wedding at the Morning Glory Inn on the South Side of Pittsburgh on Sunday, May 6th 2007 and what I and my fellow wedding guests witnessed can only be described as egregious hospitality from innkeepers and host, Nancy Eshelman.

Upon arriving, my family and friends were thoroughly impressed with the inn’s quaint setting, intimate brick courtyard, and southern-hospitality appeal. Unfortunately for the guests, including the bride and groom, those good feelings were replaced in short order by discomfort, tension and blatant disrespect towards the guests, all of which were a direct result of Nancy Eshelman’s appalling and coarse behavior. The instances in which the guests were made to feel unwelcome and downright awkward should have had no place at a celebration of marriage.

Sadly, examples of this reproachful behavior were plentiful. From scolding guests for carrying beverages into the inn to continually turning down the music when guests wished to dance to reprimanding congregating wedding-goers on the sidewalk, Nancy Eshelman’s behavior as a host and innkeeper was laughable if not downright insolent. She even refused to accommodate the groom’s breakfast request the morning after the wedding due to a conflicting “colonoscopy appointment for [her] husband.” Ms. Eshelman’s outrageous demeanor continued throughout the morning with snide remarks and critical tones directed towards family members of the bride and groom. All in all, it felt as if she did not want to have to deal with her visitors in any way. Such comments have no place in a business that bills itself on its own website as “nothing less than an exceptional experience.”

While the ceremony was beautiful, the whole day’s experience was far from exceptional and what I feel is most unfortunate for the keepers of the Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast is that in an industry like hospitality, word of mouth is the best method of advertising. Among the guests of Sunday’s affair were many successful Pittsburgh business owners, including the parents of the groom. This coupled with the fact that the bride and groom themselves are two highly reputable players in Pittsburgh’s culinary scene should make any innkeeper think twice before choosing between running their inn so callously and ensuring that their guests feel as welcome as possible. Perhaps this letter will be a wakeup call for the owners of the inn, or perhaps you just cannot teach an old dog common sense. I am certain of one thing and that is that I will never recommend the Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast for any function whatsoever and I will strongly advise those who are considering it for an event to not be fooled by its aesthetic beauty because beneath it lays a disaster waiting to happen.
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Date of stay: May 2007
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sightsee36700 wrote a review Nov 2005
Pittsburgh1 contribution21 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
-awful innkeepers - they were pushy and invasive

- freezing cold room - woke up with a terrible cold

- wedding guests were upset at the treatment they recieved by innkeepers.

Altogether awful - and extremely expensive.

There are other b&bs in the city - go to them.

We did not have a loud wedding, just dinner, dancing. We did not serve hard alcohol. We had a very Christian theme to the event - but still the owners were pushy and rude.
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Date of stay: October 2004
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Erin W wrote a review May 2005
Pittsburgh, PA1 contribution21 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This B&B is stunning, I don't want to take anything away from that. I can understand how brides picture a fairy tale wedding reception when they visit the Morning Glory Inn. I was a member of a wedding party and the reception was held there. The owners were almost unbearable throughout the night. My biggest complaint is not being given a key to the room that was rented for me even though my belongings were already inside the room. Let me ask, if you're paying to rent a hotel room is it a problem if you're not given a key to that room? I wanted to freshen up my hair and makeup in my room and the innkeeper, Nancy, refused to give me a key. Instead, she let me into the room and then stood outside the door like a prison warden waiting for me to finish inside and locked the door behind me. I requested a key to my room several times and every time she refused to give me one. When I asked her why, she had no reason other than "it works better this way." The mother of the bride, the person who paid for the reception, requested keys to the rooms and was refused also.

Guests at the reception were treated coldly and stared/glared at by the owners. I believe every word of the bad reviews this place has received after having the privilege ;) of meeting the innkeepers. Planning a wedding and reception is stressful enough without having the added concern of these innkeepers ruining your party. Save yourself some trouble and disappointment.
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Date of stay: October 2004
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Pathfinder9964 wrote a review Nov 2005
Pittsburgh1 contribution20 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We got married last July and had our reception at the Morning Glory Inn...we had a beautiful day and everything was perfect, except for Dave and Nancy, the Innkeepers. We found them to be a perfect nightmare. Nancy was not even there...we found out a week before our event that she was not going to be in town, even though the contract lists Nancy's wedding coordination services as one of the included perks. (I now realize that I was better off w/o her there.) Dave was pushy and rude, and refused to turn on the outdoor fans, telling me, the bride, that they are only used in "extreme cases." The fans, also listed in the contract, were a selling point for us since we were having an outdoor July wedding. We later found out that one was broken, hence Dave's refusal to turn them on. Dave and Nancy also attempted to talk us out of having a full bar every time that we met with them before our event. Then, on our wedding night, Dave was seen eagerly ordering the fruity martinis that he tried to talk us out of serving our guests. One of our guests commented..."You would think that guy would a least crack a smile, considering how much he has had to drink." Maybe thats why he forgot to give us a key to our suite before he left. The evening ended with us having to search through the kitchen to find our suite key, because Dave had locked us out. No apology. It was at this time that we found some of our boxes of gourmet cookies in the trash. They had been bought and baked by our families, and never served, just pitched into the garbage. Our best advice...don't waste your time or money...the atmosphere is not worth the aggravation.
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Date of stay: July 2005
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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rollison1207 wrote a review Nov 2010
Uniontown, Pennsylvania2 contributions18 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
After a long and arduous journey of wedding planning, my wife and I visited Morning Glory Inn in September of 2010, and settled on a date of November 19th, 2010 for our wedding. With a small wedding in mind, the Morning Glory's charms seemed perfect for our needs.

We did fall in love with Morning Glory after meeting with Dave. The initial meeting seemed to go swimmingly. Dave, and to lesser extent, Nancy, was very welcoming and very thorough in explaining all that Morning Glory had to offer. He told us the reception was "flowing," and that it was such a unique venue. He was right about that. It was and IS a downright charming venue. The candlelit garden was a BEAUTIFUL venue for our small wedding with family and close friends. I can't say enough about how beautiful the place is, and I can't wait to see our wedding pictures!

But there was one problem that stood between us and complete satisfaction with Morning Glory. And that problem's name is Dave.

Dave seemed to change drastically after receiving our deposit. Simply put, a LOT of Dave's promises were NOT kept. He had told us that he would be there to assist in all aspects of the wedding ceremony, which included such things as helping with the music, guiding guests through dinner, and keeping the place warm with lit fireplaces.

Well let's start with the music. First off, Dave HIGHLY misrepresented his "Bose Acoustical System." From what he led us to believe, we could plug a laptop into the system and it would be pumped throughout the venue. As put in some other reviews was a boombox for all intents and purposes. It suited our needs fine, but was not what it was made out to be, not by a longshot. Also, Dave abruptly told me "you are in charge of the music" when I asked him if we could go over some playlist details. This was quite a shock to me. I even had to ASK A WEDDING GUEST to handle the music for us. Please tell me what type of wedding coordinators or planners would EVER resort to that?

Dave was very rude throughout the event, including an abrupt announcement of "Dinner is now ready, you can come in and get it whenever you want" when it was time to eat. This interrupted my best man's speech. Thanks Dave. The fireplaces also were very misrepresented. They were made out to be more like space heaters, which would provide heat throughout the venue. Rather, these were small firepots which only provided heat if you were close by. Again, this did not provide much of a problem, but we did have some older guests who needed warmth and because of this, chose to stuck by the firepots or stay inside for most of the night. Oh and did I mention that when I asked Dave for another log for the fire, I was met with an abrupt "ok I'll get it in a second." Don't mean to inconvenience you, Dave.

I've seen dissatisfaction with the dance floor, and I will agree with those statements. There is not much that can be done to fix this, as the morning glory's stone pathways make it hard to level out a dance floor, but Dave misrepresented this as well.

There is much more to write, but for the sake of brevity, I will just say that when it came to atmosphere, Morning Glory really delivered. When it comes to service, Dave Eshelman really let us down. He is very abrupt and hard to deal with on even the tiniest details. Overall, I simply cannot recommend the Morning GLory, as much as I would like to. Dave didn't even show the guests to their rooms, and yelled at my mother when she asked where I would be staying. Overall, Morning GLory is a great venue made horribly unsusable as a wedding venue by its proprieters
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Date of stay: November 2010
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from MorningGloryInn, Owner at Morning Glory Inn
Responded 13 Dec 2010
We look to client reviews to indicate areas that may need attention. We have been in business for 15 years and have continued to love what we do. We do provide a very exceptional offering, especially with our comprehensive "turnkey" wedding celebration "blueprint". We are unique in that we know of no other venue that provides such a complete and simple planning process that Dave and I administer, start to finish, for our couples. At Morning Glory our couple deals with Dave and me from start to finish...not someone they book with and then someone else to oversee the function. Some reviews are very upsetting...and this is one such review. That is so because I believe it is disingenuous. Whatever was the upsetting issue with the groom, He did not present his real issue to us in his review. We do not see what we should have done differently or what we could now do to right a wrong. So please read decide! We do orchestrate every detail of the couple's celebration...ceremony [music, processional, receiving], toasts, guest guidance, cake cutting, first dance etc. To accomplish that we encourage a planning session [week before] with the couple [mostly happens with the Bride]...we need to know the sequence of event details. The couple never afforded a meeting with Dave and me. Dave orchestrates the evening and he had to pull that together as best he could upon the arrival of the of the couple just a short time before guest arrival and the ceremony. The Bride immediately went to her suite to get dressed and did not make herself available. Dave was relegated to trying to coordinate with the Groom...not normally a comfort zone for the Groom on this, the Brides day. Even so, we were not aware of any significant glitch in the celebration...or of any guest dissatisfaction. This couple came to us from Uniontown looking for a venue that would accommodate a ceremony and reception for 19 people. They had been unsuccessful in the search because no acceptable venue found it economically feasible to take on such a small function. We bent over backwards to help them for their day. They booked exactly 49 days before their wedding day. So re-read this review. Does each specific complaint really a viable issue? It is a Bose Wave Acoustical Sound System [and was represented as such to the couple], not a boom box. It is in the courtyard and was never represented as being able to pump music throughout the Inn. I asked for a family member or friend to handle the volume during the processional. After the first toast and my invitation for other toasts, no one stepped forward...I thought there were no more and I started my dinner announcement...there was no interruption. We do not have space heaters, they are Chimineas that burn oak, not smoke pots and although they get red hot, they will not heat a 2500 square foot outdoor space. The Chimineas create a very intimate atmosphere that Morning Glory strives for. Dave maintains the fires and none went out. In answer to the Groom's request for the addition of a log, how can Dave's answer "ok, I'll get it in a second" be rude and abrupt? I think it is notable that the candlelit courtyard is where all 19 guests spent almost their entire celebration, not inside the Inn......they were gathered around the Chimineas enjoying a beautiful November evening.
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Answer from C David E
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
We can accommodate up to 120 guests. Please call 412-431-1707 for additional information.
Answer from C David E
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Hi Cheryl, Our bed and breakfast has 5 rooms. You will pay for each room that you want. We have two parlors and a library that all guests can use if they want. You can view all the rooms on our website as well as make a reservation. If you have any other questions, please give us a call at 412-431-1707.
Sherri S asked a question Jun 2016
Hilton Head, South Carolina80 contributions22 helpful votes
Is this convenient to Heinz Field? Are taxis available? Is this a safe neighborhood? Thank you!
Answer from skishell
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania272 contributions86 helpful votes
It is a bit of hike to Heinz field, 1-2 miles I would guess. Yes, I found the neighborhood to be quite safe and yes, taxis are available nearby.
Molly_T870 asked a question Oct 2015
Emporium, Pennsylvania1 contribution
I was wondering if you have a dance floor for a wedding of 75 people
Answer from C David E
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Thank you for your interest in the Morning Glory Inn. We do have a dance floor that is put out after dinner.
Answer from C David E
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
We do not have valet service. Guests can parking in the Mercy Hospital Visitors parking lot which is a block and a half away. We have an agreement with Mercy. They allow us to use the parking lot for our weddings.
Moviestar77 wrote a tip Oct 2019
Pittsburgh, Pa.191 contributions50 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for an inner room away from road noise."
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b a wrote a tip Jul 2018
Gardena, California6 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I think all rooms have piped in AC and are pretty much quiet. Second floor is more convenient than third"
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Robert G wrote a tip Nov 2017
1 contribution5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"mke sure you can turn down the heat"
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Bernice M wrote a tip Jul 2017
Atlanta, Georgia2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The room was quite nice. But there is a lot of morning light, so bring shades if you want to sleep longer. "
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Matthew C wrote a tip Jun 2017
Blairstown, United States2 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"locks on doors were shabby, inside of room felt like a wrapped gift (same wall paper on all walls and the ceiling! Yuck! we were also told there was free water in the sitting room but the small fridge was empty and the freezer portion was frozen over. "
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