Visitors have long been drawn to the scenic beauty of the Bucks County countryside. And when it comes to natural beauty, nothing can compare to the peaceful flow of the Delaware River, which winds its way along the county's eastern border. Let the Delaware River be the backdrop for your Bucks County getaway with a stay at one of the county's many riverfront inns and hotels.
Watch the Delaware River flow by from the picture windows in your suite at the 1740 House. After a good night's sleep in one of 24 bed and breakfast rooms and suites, enjoy breakfast outside on the riverside patio or garden terrace.
- Step out onto your own private riverfront balcony at the Black Bass Hotel. The Hotel's River Suite is one of many with a private deck overlooking the river. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in the riverfront dining room or on the outdoor patio.
- Nestled between the Delaware River and the Delaware Canal State Park the Golden Pheasant Inn offers waterfront views in each of its four guest rooms. The Golden Pheasant offers bicycle rentals to guests who would like to explore a piece of the 60-mile Delaware Canal towpath that runs past the Inn.
- Boasting 11 guest rooms and suites, the 1836 Bridgeton House on the Delaware offers romantic rooms just steps away from the Delaware River. For an added perk, enjoy a romantic lunch or dinner for two on a private riverfront dock.
- Enjoy quiet seclusion along the river at the Bucks County Cottage on the Delaware. This Colonial Williamsburg-style cottage is available for rent year-round and features a master bedroom, kitchen and a waterfront lawn.