When visiting historic Bucks County, guests will find they can spend a few leisurely days or they can quickly fill a week with fun, romantic, adventurous and educational things to do year round.
The innkeepers at Bridgeton House on the Delaware, along with helpful input from their many repeat guests, offer their recommendations to assist you in planning your visit.
Let’s start with dining as many guests come to the area just to enjoy the gastronomic delights of the region where you will find everything from a Zagat rated top seafood chef to a romantic and intimate dinner in the Chef’s home (No Longer Available) to locally sourced and organic offerings and some very special in-room dining options that allow you to make the most of your room with a river view. Add in the multi-course made to order breakfast and afternoon tea featuring homemade sweets and savories that are included in the room rates at Bridgeton House and your belly will be quite pleased.
For those wishing to whet their whistle with a wine or beer tasting, this area of Bucks County, PA and Hunterdon County, NJ will not disappoint. Alba Vineyard, Villa Milagro, Sand Castle Winery and Beneduce Vineyards are all within a short drive. The Ship Inn, New Jersey’s first brew pub is just steps from the inn, and Weyerbacher Brewing Company in Easton, PA is a guest favorite.
Lover’s of the arts will want to take in a show at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA, the State Theater in Easton, PA, The Town and Country Players Performing Arts Center in Buckingham, PA, Hunterdon Hills Playhouse in Hampton, NJ or the County Theater in Doylestown, PA. Or, you may choose to enjoy the many art galleries that dot the small river towns that hug the beautiful Delaware River: Schmidtberger Fine Art in Frenchtown, NJ, The Stover Mill Gallery in Erwinna, PA and Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ are just a few local favorites.
If you are the adventures type, you will welcome the wealth of opportunities offered nearby including hiking, biking, water sports, hot air balloons, bi-plane rides, beautiful state and county parks, boat rentals, horseback riding and more!
History buffs will not want to miss a walk with one of our local park rangers, a visit to Fonthill Castle, the Mercer Museum or The Moravian Tile Works, a River Cruise with Captain Dee (temporarily closed due to COVID-19), a tour of local covered bridges, or spending a day at Washington Crossing Historic Park to name a few.
Whatever you are looking to do, the innkeepers at Bridgeton House on the Delaware are pleased to assist you in planning your extended stay on the beautiful Delaware River in scenic and historic Bucks County.