Biking in Bucks County :: 19th Century Bridge Tours

Step back in time on a scenic covered bridge tour with 19th century bridges ranging from 56 feet to 150 feet in length. Circling through beautiful Bucks County, the tour is planned so you can start at any one of the notable bridges. So head out on your bike and you will be afforded the … Read More

Sunset Cruise on the Delaware River – Romantic Summer Getaway

What better way to wind down after a day of exploring all that the river towns of Bucks County, PA offer than to enjoy a sunset cocktail cruise on the Delaware River? This romantic experience is just a  short 5 minute walk for guests of the Bridgeton House to Keller’s Landing, the launching spot for … Read More

Bucks County Playhouse :: Enjoy a Great Play & Relaxing Stay

Bucks County Playhouse: Some of the most illustrious performers have played the stage of the Bucks County Playhouse, many making second and third returns to this beloved icon and It’s history plays out like a rich theatrical performance. Located on the banks of the Delaware River, the original structure was built in 1790 by Benjamin … Read More

Pennsylvania Wineries :: The Art of Winemaking

  While one might not connect Pennsylvania with wine making, the state is home to more than 200 wineries, and to twelve wine trails. Pennsylvania’s wineries have a long and varied heritage of wine making. Pennsylvania’s moderate climate and its terrain allow it to provide outstanding growing conditions for a host of varieties of grapes. … Read More

Traveling Solo – Take Some Time for You

Take some time to hang out with “you” — As Thomas Jefferson once said, “I think one travels more usefully when they travel alone, because they reflect more.” When alone, one’s sensory experiences are highlighted allowing one to notice little details. Singles who take a few days to visit the beautiful Delaware Valley at the … Read More

Autumnal Ritual: Apple Picking

There is a slight crisp nip in the air, just a hint of color on the tree covered hillside overlooking the peaceful Delaware River and my urge to harvest has been awakened. As the days continue to grow shorter, the shadows grow longer and the sunlight peeking through the trees is even more golden than … Read More

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 … Read More

Stay Small, Stay Safe

We are excited to welcome guests to our beautiful riverside inn! The health and safety of our guests and staff are our top priority, and we have made some important changes to prepare for your visit. Find out how you can stay small and stay safe!

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