Chadds Ford, PA 

Pennsbury Inn

883 Baltimore Pike
Chadds Ford, PA 19317-9305 US
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Rates: $140 to $235
Total Rooms: 7
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (12 reviews)


Circa 1714. Originally built with Brandywine Blue Granite rubble stone and later enlarged, this country farmhouse with hand-molded Flemish Bond brick facade is listed in the National Historic Register. Retaining its colonial heritage with slanted doorways, wooden winder stairs and huge fireplaces, it boasts modern conveniences that include complimentary wireless Internet. There are elegant public sitting areas such as the parlor, music room, library with an impressive book collection and breakfast in the garden room. Comfortable guest rooms feature antiques, feather beds and unique architectural details. The eight-acre estate boasts formal gardens with a fish pond and a reflection pool in a serene woodland setting.Publicity and Awards: NY Times & LA Times Travel sections, Philadelphia Inquirer Business, LI Press-Away for the Weekend, Main Line Times Travel & Leisure Inn of the Month, Numerous QVC spots, Interviewed on local station WKBW - Ralph Colliers Travel Moment.Location: City/Urban, Country and Between Philadelphia & Wilmington.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $140 to $235
Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Discover, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.
Rooms: This property has 7 total guest accommodations, 6 with private bath, 5 with fireplaces, 2 suites and 3 conference rooms.
The types of beds available include King, Queen, Twin and Double.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Two nights weekends preferred
Cancellation: 10 days prior, holidays require 2 weeks prior
Pets: Pets Allowed, Dogs, at least 1 year old, very well behaved, no cats and must sign pet agreement.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments and Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Continental Breakfast, Continental Plus Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Country Breakfast, Vegetarian Breakfast, Brunch, Picnic Lunches, Gourmet Lunches, Afternoon Tea, Snacks/Refreshments, Catering Service and Hors d'oeuvres.
Amenities In Room: Television, Kitchen, Wireless Internet Access, Turn-Down Service, Telephone, Refrigerator, Cable TV, Iron/Ironing Board, DVD, Fireplace, Coffeemaker, Heating, Hair Dryer, Air Conditioning, Bath Amenities, Bathrobes, Three with decorative fireplaces & electric firestove inserts and Two rooms have freestanding electric firestoves.
Amenities On Site: Suitable for Events, Family/Kid Friendly, Free parking on premise, Copy Machine, Gift Shop, Child Care, Dryer, Fax, Computers, Horseshoes, Putting Green, Volleyball and Bocce.
Business Traveler Amenities: Iron/Ironing Board, Television, Desk, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Hair Dryer, Modem Connection, Gym Nearby, Flexible Cancellation, Daily Newspapers, FAX On-site, Internet Access, Wireless Internet Access, Flexible Check in/out Times, More comfy than home, cater in, full library of books, videos, DVDs, more and early coffee & bag breakfast for very early departures. Private parlor for meetings.
Transportation Services: Train Station Pickup, Bus Station Pickup and Airport Pickup.
Languages Spoken: limited French and German

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services: Cosmetics, Facials, Manicures/Pedicures and Massages.
Off-Site Spa Services Available
Nearby Recommended Spas:
Nicolas Anthony Salon & Day Spa

Salon Allure

Castaldi's Salon & Une Belle Vie Day Spa


Events Hosted: Family Reunions, Seminars, Meetings, Weddings, Romantic Getaways, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Parties and Reunions.
Other Activities: Wineries, Tennis, Sports Events, Major College, Shopping (Local Crafts), Parks, Museums, Live Theater, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Golf, Fishing, Canoeing/Kayaking, Bicycling, Art Galleries, Antiquing, Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, Brandywine River Museum, Nemours, Hagley Museum and QVC.

Historic Interest

The c.1714 section, 1749 section and 1859 section are basically in original condition. There is a 1759 bee hive oven accessed from the kitchen and a huge 1859 stone carriage house. The Underground Railroad Museum is now investigating whether the house was a stop on the underground railroad.
Historic Awards: National Historical Site (Granted), City Historical Site (Granted) and National Register (Granted).
Historic Memberships: National Trust, Local Historical Society and City Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Brandywine Battlefield (3 miles), Valley Forge (20 miles), 1704 Brinton House, (4 miles) John Chadd house(3 mi) and Barnes Brinton House (3/4 mile),Historis Kennett Square (5 miles),Historic Fairville # mi), Historic Sugartown (15 miles), Historic Waynesborough (15 miles)

Romantic Interest

Set on 8 acres, 4 acres of landscaped gardens and another four wooded trails. Many secluded sitting areas near melodic fountains and a hammock. Inside there are 5 different parlors that allow couples to find their own cozy nook & 2 open fireplaces. All rooms have garden views which are artfully lighted in the evening. Breakfast in bed by request and in-room or open-air massage available. Other spa services can be arranged in advance.