New Hope, PA 

1870 Wedgwood of New Hope

 
111 W Bridge St
County road 179
New Hope, PA 18938-1401 US

(215)862-2570
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Rates: $109 to $350
Total Rooms: 16
Overall Rating: 4.9714285714286 hearts (140 reviews)

Description

Circa 1870. Publicity and Awards: National Geographic Traveler, Women's Day, Inc., Innsider, New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Discerning Traveller. Best of Bucks County. Best Place to Kiss., "Psychic Kids", "AM/PM TV Show", "Philadelphia Today", "Travel with Lou Dobbs on CNN"., Dan Schlossberg's "Travel Itch Radio Show".Location: Country, small river town and vibrant artist's colony.

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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $109 to $350
Payment types accepted include Travelers Checks, Visa, American Express and Master Card.
Rooms: This property has 16 total guest accommodations with private bath, 9 with fireplaces, 6 with whirlpools, 6 total suites, including 2 two-bedroom suites, 1 cottage and 3 conference rooms.
The types of beds available include King, Queen and Twin.

Policies

Minimum Stay Requirements: 2 nights over most Saturday nights 3 nights over most Holiday weekends.
Cancellation: 10 day notice. View our website for details: www.WedgwoodInn.com
Pets: Pets Allowed, A Quiet, well-behaved and well-travelled pet Dog can be accommodated ( extra daily fee) in specific rooms only View our PET POLICIES on our website www.WedgwoodInn.com or .call for restrictions: 215.862.2570.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Afternoon Tea, Snacks/Refreshments and Breakfast each morning.
Types of meals: Vegetarian Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments, Full Breakfast, Early Coffee/Tea, Country Breakfast, Catering Service, Afternoon Tea, Room Service, Special dietary concerns can be accommodated with advanced Notice: Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Kosher, and more.
Amenities In Room: Hair Dryer, Air Conditioning, Heating, Bathrobes, Refrigerator, Cable TV, Bath Amenities, Television, Snack Bar, Fireplace, Telephone, Turn-Down Service, Iron/Ironing Board, Wireless Internet Access and private porch or balcony.
Amenities On Site: Gym, Tennis, Doorman, Suitable for Events, Hot Tub/Jetted Tub, Bicycles, Free parking on premise, Handicap Access, Swimming, Buzzer/Wireless Intercom and Pool.
Business Traveler Amenities: Desk, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Flexible Check in/out Times, Flexible Cancellation, FAX On-site, Gym Nearby, Internet Access, Gym On-site, Iron/Ironing Board, Daily Newspapers, Modem Connection, Hair Dryer, Television, Wireless Internet Access, early Breakfast, "Wash & Fold" laundry services and luggage storage options.
Transportation Services: Ferry Pickup and Bus Station Pickup.
Languages Spoken: French,Spanish,Hebrew, Dutch

Activities

Events Hosted: Seminars, Meetings, Honeymoons, Romantic Getaways, Family Reunions and Committment Ceremonies.
Other Activities: Wineries, Museums, Live Theater, Horseback Riding, Hiking, White Water rafting, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Sports Events, Major College, Tennis, Water Sports, Golf, Fishing, Canoeing/Kayaking, Bicycling, Beaches, Art Galleries, Amusement Park, Antiquing and New Hope Steam Train Ride New Hope Canal Boat Rides (Mule Drawn) New Hope River Boat Rides Antique Flea Markets Farmers Markets Pick-Your-Own-Farms New Hope Parry Mansion Historic House Museum New Hope Ghost Walks.

Historic Interest

This gracious Wedgwood-blue colored Victorian charmer, c. 1870, sits atop the fieldstone foundation of a pre-Revolutionary War -era building. Half of General George Washington's Continental Army ( approximately 1400 soldiers) camped on our grounds for the 3 weeks prior to the famous Christmas Eve crossing of the Delaware River and the victorious Battle of Trenton ( 1775) . we are located on 2 private, parklike acres, yet just a 1/4 block to the Delaware River & Canal, New Hope Steam Train, Bucks County Playhouse, and the vibrant villager of New Hope, Pa and its twin river town, Lambertville, NJ
Historic Awards: National Historical Site (Granted), State Historical Site (Granted), National Register (Granted), City Historical Site (Granted), Local Register (Granted), The original site served as a bivuack location for Gen George Washington and 1400 soldiers of the Continental Army for 14 days prior to the famous Christmas Eve Crossing of the Delaware River in 1776.
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society and State Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Washington Crossing State Park (1 mile) Bowman's Hill Lookout Tower ( 1 mile) Battle of Trenton, 1776 (9 miles) Hessian Barracks, c 1770 (9 miles) Civil War Battlefield (7 miles) Revolutionary War cemetery (1 mile) Delaware Canal Historic Park (1.4 mile)

Romantic Interest

Romantic accommodations accented by fresh flowers feature pampering amenities that may include a 4 post-Canopy Bed, in-room fireplace, in-room 2 person Jacuzzi Tub and/or porch/balcony in an inviting setting.