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Doylestown Inn

  • $$

Guests have been flocking to this hotel in the middle of town since 1902. Through the neat, clean, and professional lobby and past two...

Golden Plough Inn

  • $$

Nestled within Peddler's Village, this hotel has 22 spacious guest rooms in the main building, with the rest scattered about the village—in...

Hargrave House

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The spirited British innkeeper, Lorna, watches over Hargrave House like someone who helped re-create it, because she did. A true bed-and-breakfast...

Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm

  • $$$

Once the home of playwright George S. Kaufman, this remarkable country retreat has a staff that takes a devilish delight in the details.

Inn at Bowman's Hill

  • $$$$

South of New Hope on the road leading to Bowman's Tower, this modern interpretation of country charm was built in the late 1970s as a...

Inn at Lambertville Station

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The "station" in the hotel's name refers to the restaurant, an 1867 stone building designed by Thomas Ustick Walter, architect of the...

Lambertville House

  • $$

This handsome stone building, a former stagecoach stop dating to 1812, stands on Lambertville's main drag, steps away from shops and...

Logan Inn

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Established in 1727 as an extension of the Ferry Tavern, this inn once accommodated passengers riding the ferry to Lambertville. George...

Mill Creek Farm

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Like most old Bucks County farmhouses (the oldest part of the house dates to 1730), this one has been expanded over the years. Curl up...

Wedgwood Inn

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Accommodations at this B&B are in a variety of buildings—two 1870s-era "painted ladies," a Federal-style manor house, and a carriage...

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