Miss Mira surveying from her perch

MiraSweet Mira, our 13 year old girl.

She loves squirrels, other dogs & a croissant ends. It has been so hot that we have had very short walks on the towpath.

This afternoon the heat wave broke with a big downpour. After the storm she did not want to go out. Yes, she is a waterdog, but she hates to get her feet wet!

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Tulips and Daffodils

spring at the bridgeton houseWe have been spending the off season redoing & repainting. Room 5 got a new look and a new floor. It looks so fresh & welcoming.

With last week’s 70 degree temperatures, we had all the fountains running. We turned them off this weekend as it dropped below freezing.

At least 6 of our goldfish made it through the winter & are waking up to splash of the fountain.

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Spring is Just Around the Corner

spring in bucks county on the delaware riverWell, maybe it is 2 months away…

Right now the canal is frozen & ice skating is so much fun.

The mergansers are fishing in the river, I wonder what they find when they dive down into that chilly water?

Their white & black bodies stand out against the grey water.

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Tub Time for Two

bridgeton house luxury and relaxationOne of the many luxuries available at Bridgeton House.

Fill up that double whirlpool, light the fire, pour some wine and let the RELAXATION begin…

Really want to go all out, let us arrange a couples massage….

A feather bed never felt better with this prescription

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Winter Escape Shopping

bucks county shoppingWinter escape shopping is so much fun! The shops are having great sales, the restaurants are warm & welcoming.

But best of all is returning back to the inn for a snuggle next to the fire, and a warming glass of sherry.

Why spend hours in the car or worse standing in line at the airport, body scan anyone? We are less than 90 minutes from NYC & Philly… Book today for winter savings and relaxation.

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