The commonly-employed methylammonium-based perovskites are environmentally unstable, which limits their commercialization. To resolve this problem, a stable hybrid perovskite, pyrrolidinium lead iodide (PyPbI3), was synthesized successfully via a simple drop casting method. The formed PyPbI3 exhibited a hexagonal structure. It presented not only excellent phase stability, but also low trap-state density, as confirmed via the X-ray diffraction and space-charge-limited currents measurements. This novel perovskite may be applicable to perovskite photovoltaics to improve their environmental stability.