Romance Is in the Air in Bucks County
(Bucks County, PA) Follow your heart to Bucks County and get cozy in one of our many charming bed and breakfasts. With more than 40 B&B’s situated throughout Buck County’s bucolic landscape, there are a variety of accommodations to please every budget and desire.
Located only 75 miles south of New York City, plan a getaway to Philadelphia’s countryside for a romantic escape.
For a complete list of things to do, please check out www.VisitBucksCounty.com.
• Escape to the Golden Plough Inn located in the 18th century-style shopping destination, Peddler’s Village. Stroll hand-in-hand down the winding pathways of the village and enjoy the quaint scenery. Overnight accommodations include a voucher toward breakfast or lunch in a Peddler's Village restaurant, a snack basket, and gift certificate for a bottle of wine from Chaddsford Winery; the perfect recipe for enjoying a magical weekend together.
• Rekindle the flickering flames from when you first met your love at Mill Creek Farm Bed-and-Breakfast. Located on 100 acres of beautiful countryside, this B&B has activities for all seasons: teach your partner how to ice skate in the winter, play tennis in the spring, go swimming and fishing in the summer, and enjoy leaf-peeping in the fall. With no two rooms sharing a common wall, you and your partner will surely enjoy the peace and quiet together.
• Considered by many to be the most luxurious bed & breakfast in Bucks County, The Inn at Bowman’s Hill provides the ideal setting for a romantic retreat. Laze by the heated pool, sip a glass of wine on the vineyard terrace and soak up the beauty that surrounds you on this AAA Four-Diamond five-acre manicured estate. The Inn regularly offers last-minute specials. Your romantic savings could include rate reductions, spa service, complimentary restaurant certificates and more!
• Slip away to the picturesque countryside and spend your night together at Frog Hollow Farm Bed-and-Breakfast. A “ribit” of Heaven on Earth, this farmhouse was built in 1780 and resides acres of woodlands, gardens and orchards. Be sure to book their “Door to Door” package to be chauffeured in a 1931 Ford Model A coupe to dinner.
• Featured in many travel publications, including Romantic Inns of America, Travel & Leisure and National Geographic Traveler, the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm can provide the ultimate romantic sanctuary. Book a stay in one of the luxurious suites and experience total bliss together by ordering an in-suite spa treatment. Enjoy a head to toe Full Body Herbal Exfoliating Scrub, Barley's signature Hot Stone Herbal Massage, an herbal bath drawn for you in front of the fire and a spa lunch, including fruit smoothie or yogurt lassie.
• Escape to the 1836 Bridgeton House and let the peacefulness of the quiet scenery melt your cares away. Nestle under the plush covers, relax in microterry robes and treat yourself and the one you love to a getaway you will never forget. Located on the banks of the Delaware River, Bridgeton House combines French country charm with American simplicity and a dash of originality.
• If you’ve been searching for a truly unique getaway with your special someone, look no further than Ash Mill Farm. A ten-acre working sheep farm, Ash Mill features five guest rooms and two separate guest cottages. Explore the grounds together and enjoy the quiet life at the intersection of rustic and elegance.
Michelle Greco Falcone
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About Visit Bucks County
Visit Bucks County (VBC) is the official tourist promotion agency for Bucks County. The mission of the VBC is to increase visitation in Bucks County by effectively marketing its heritage and its diverse sites and attractions. For more information on VBC activities call 1-800-836-BUCKS, visit www.VisitBucksCounty.com or stop by the Bucks County Visitor Center located at 3207 Street Road in Bensalem (adjacent to the entrance to the PARX Casino). The Visitor Center is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. It is easily accessible from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Route 1 and Interstate 95.