Rushland, PA 

Cottage at Ross Mill Farm

 
2464 Walton Rd
Rushland, PA 18956 US

(215)322-1539
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Description

Circa 1692. At the end of a quiet country road is this fieldstone cottage, a 300-year-old historic landmark made of sandstone and shale, with 18-inch-thick walls and hand-cut beams. Sitting next to Little Neshaminy Creek, adjacent to the 35-acre Ross Mill Farm, the Cottage is surrounded by more than 1,000 acres of private nature reserve. The first floor features the Main Room with deep-set windows, a working fireplace, a sun porch and full bath. The kitchen is fully equipped and includes a washer and dryer. A spiral staircase leads to the modest sleeping quarters, two guest bedrooms with exposed beams. Cottage sleeps up to six people (rates are quoted for up to two guests and there is a two night minimum). Visitors will enjoy the scenic beauty and famous sites of Bucks County. Children and pets are welcome.Publicity and Awards: Philadelphia Inquirer, Trenton Times, The Intelligencer, Currier Times, Bucks County Magazine, New York Post, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Animal Planet, PBS, Zoom.Location: Country.

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Rooms & Rates

Payment types accepted include Master Card and Visa.
Rooms: This property has 1 cottage.
The types of beds available include Queen, Twin and Double.

Policies

Minimum Stay Requirements: Two night stay
Pets: Pets Allowed.
Smoking: Smoke Free Property.

Services & Amenities

Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Reading Lamps, Refrigerator, Coffeemaker, Television, fireplace and cottage with fully equipped kitchen.
Amenities On Site: Parlor Games, PC, Pet Boarding, Phone, Fax, Fireplace, Television, Laundry Facilities, gift shop, washer and dryer.

Activities

Other Activities: Antiquing, Art Galleries, Bicycling, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts) and Wineries.

Historic Interest

300-year-old historic landmark made of sandstone and shale, with 18-inch-thick walls and hand-cut beams.
Historic Awards: Local Register (Granted).
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Washington's Crossing on the Delaware (5-10 miles), The Thompson Neely Home (5-10 miles), Headquarters Farm (5-10 miles), covered bridges (5-10 miles), Underground Railroad sites (5-10 miles), New Hope (5-10 miles)