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Enjoy the Sunset on a Delaware River Cruise

The September sun is still high and warm in the afternoon and the river is oh so inviting. As evening approaches, the sun is a little lower in the sky and the sunsets are breathtaking. There are many ways to partake in the poetic beauty of this area of the Delaware River made ever famous by George Washington’s crossing […]

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Swim Off the Dock at Our Delaware River Inn & Save Up To $150!

Nothing is more refreshing on a hot August or September afternoon than a dip in the beautiful Delaware River. Bridgeton House is the perfect location to sit back, relax and swim off our very own private dock. The gracious staff at our Delaware River Inn will provide the beach towels and great savings with our […]

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Summer . . . and the living is easy!

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July -  the air is warm, the sun high and the river welcoming. We start our days with breakfast on the back porch overlooking the river. And while the surrounding area offers a wealth of things to do, our favorite afternoon activity is cooling off with a dip in the river, beach towels provided at […]

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Charlie’s Favorite Apple Cake

It’s still a little chilly outside, but the sun is warming, the days are quickly getting longer, the grass is peeking out from under snow mounds, the birds are singing and our guests (and staff) are warming their insides with Charlie’s favorite cake. Our chefs are always busy in the kitchen cooking and baking everything […]

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Winter in the Country

The week after Thanksgiving, the inn becomes a haven of quiet. The river passes the season with beautiful browns & stark deep blues. Mornings are foggy as the water temperature is warmer than the air, some mornings we can’t even see the town across the river. But as the sun slow rises above the river […]

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