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

Swim in the Delaware River

Our Private Delaware River Dock

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 amazing End of Summer Savings Package. Guests joining us in Premium Riverside Room #8, Deluxe Riverside Room #4 or Deluxe Riverside Room #5 can enjoy the following deal:

  • $25 off their first night
  • $50 off their second night
  • $75 off their 3rd night

That is a total savings of up to $150. This limited time offer is valid through September 10th, so call today to book your last minute getaway!

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Take To The Sky In A New Hope, PA Hot Air Balloon Ride

New Hope, PA Hot Air Balloon RideHold your breath, squeeze tight with both hands as you rise up and find the courage to open your eyes. Now, let your spirit soar as you behold the beauty of the Delaware river and surrounding bucolic Bucks County countryside below.

The early riser will experience the calm, sleepy beauty of this quiet river valley while enjoying the mystique of the mist rising from the river. Or choose to end your day sipping champagne and soaring over the ever changing colors on the river as the sun sets on the cliffs.

A getaway to our New Hope, PA bed and breakfast on the Delaware is the perfect landing spot for your adventure. Located North of New Hope in beautiful Bucks County, here, you will find peace and tranquility blended with vibrant culture, local art, world class cuisine and all the amenities you would expect in a major city nestled against the backdrop of the beautiful Delaware River Valley.

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Summer . . . and the living is easy!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAJuly -  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 our back door for your convenience. Kayaking, canoeing, tubing and rafting are also favorite activities for our guests this time of year – you can bring your own or we can recommend rentals nearby. To complete our day-long river experience, we enjoy dinner on our private riverside porch some days and enjoy a delightful picnic riverside other days. When feeling very romantic, we opt for the dock or riverside tea house set-up, complete with candlelight for enjoying picnics. It’s summertime on the river and the living really is easy, so jump in and enjoy!

 

 

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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 from scratch. Each week guests enjoy sampling sweets and savories from our kitchen including selections from favorite recipes such as Charlie’s favorite apple cake, Chef Pat’s famous lemon bars and brownies, Chef Karen’s liquor cakes as well as new recipes based on what is fresh and in season.

Charlie’s Favorite Apple Cake
3 cups all-purpose flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
4 eggs
2 cups sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup orange juice
3 teaspoons vanilla
4 large golden delicious apples, peeled and cored.
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup walnuts, chopped fine
3 teaspoons cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour a 10 inch tube pan.
Combine flour, baking powder, salt, eggs, sugar, oil, orange juice and vanilla, beat for 2 minutes.
In a small bowl, combine brown sugar,  chopped nuts and cinnamon. Put aside.
Turn half the batter into pan. Add a layer of apples. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and walnuts. Add the rest of the batter, top with the rest of the apples and cinnamon sugar and walnuts.
Bake for 1 and 1/2 hours until lightly brown. Cool on wire rack. Turn out onto cake plate when cool.

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A New Year..

“A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water.”- Carl Reiner
The man makes a good point!  However, it is quite stunning along the Delaware River.

Happy New Year!! We had an amazing 2013! It was wonderful to have so many old friends join us again and to welcome new friends to the inn. So many wonderful memories: We had the opportunity to play paparazzi & to assist in the set up, for a fella who was home for a few days from the Army. He proposed to his long time girlfriend on our Penthouse deck, SO romantic! Of course she said Yes!
We had some lovely Private Dining experiences, thanks to Chef Karen, including an elopement dinner. After being married on the bridge, they retreated to the Boat House courtyard at sunset, enjoyed a sumptuous feast, riverside, by candlelight.
So many beautiful stories and we hope to share more of them as we move into 2014. Life moves at such a fast pace these days. As innkeepers, having the opportunity to help folks who visit the Bridgeton House, decompress and relax is quite an honor. So take time to smell the roses this year, make us the address for slowing down & turning off. We look forward to welcoming you!-Clair O’Hara- Director of Guest Services

 

 

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