10 Spots For A Winter Weekend Getaway In Bucks County
Warm up this winter at one of Bucks County's premiere attractions! Whether you're looking for cozy accommodations, a palette pleasing meal, or an indoor activity that'll help you beat the winter blues, you'll find it all here...
Along with being footsteps away from the many shops and restaurants set on the 42 acres of Peddler's Village, the inn also hosts a salon & spa. Treat yourself by pampering your winter skin with an exfoliating facial or relaxing massage. Then, head outside to dine at the Buttonwood Grill, Caleb's American Kitchen or Earl's New American.
The Washington House is a restored Victorian in the heart of Sellersville. The restaurant on the first floor is known for casual fine dining, season menus, a tasty wine list and authentic period bar. Walk a few steps next door to enjoy live entertainment at the Sellersville Theater!
Beautifully situated on the banks of the Delaware River, Bridgeton House is decorated in a sophisticated artistic style with sumptuous feather beds, luxury linens, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, private balconies, French doors, and river views. In the meantime, cozy up in your room and come downstairs for afternoon tea. Head outside to take part in cross-country skiing at Delaware Canal State Park! Take a peek inside the hotel with Check In!
Perfectly tucked in the heart of Doylestown, the Doylestown Inn offers cozy guest rooms with the ambiance of home. Plus, delicious brunch (and lunch, and dinner!) awaits downstairs at the in-house bar and restaurant, The Hattery Stove & Still. Bundle up and head into town to tour the Mercer Mile of museums, all connected to the late Doylestown native, archaeologist, tilemaker, philanthropist and more, Henry Chapman Mercer. They are the Mercer Museum, Fonthill Castle, Moravian Pottery & Tile Works and Aldie Mansion.
You won't ever forget your relaxing getaway here! In addition to comfortable lodging, world-class dining in the on-site restaurant, and relaxing spa services, the Inn also offers a daily wine and cheese reception and an entertaining game room! Head nearby to Rice’s Market or Peddler's Village to do a whiskey tasting at Hewn Spirits or enjoy a murder mystery themed dinner of What the Deadly Dickens? playing November 8, 2019 to January 11, 2020, or Cheers to Murder playing January 17 – April 25, 2020 at Peddler's Pub!
The perfect romantic retreat in New Hope, experience the ultimate in luxury at their 5-acre gated estate boasting eight luxurious rooms and suites. Take a ride a few miles down the road to Washington Crossing to go wine tasting at Crossing Vineyards & Winery, part of the Bucks County Wine Trail. Take a peek inside the hotel with Check In!
This boutique inn also has a delectable restaurant. Take a historical and educational tour of Pennsbury Manor, the summer home of Pennsylvania founder William Penn. Or, not too far away, spend the evening at Parx Casino® enjoying their gaming tables, sports betting, one of their new restaurants, and live entertainment at the Xcite Center!
Stay at this Warminster hotel, complete with a gym and indoor pool, that's right next to some of the best indoor winter activities in Bucks County. Learn how to curl like a true Olympian at the Bucks County Curling Club with an introductory class with the family. Or, head to Bucks County Ice Sports Center for public ice skating or lessons.
Stay right in the heart of Newtown. About 10 minutes down the road in Tyler State Park, where if you head below the Upper Plantation picnic area parking lot you can bring a sled and sled down the snowy hills! Feast on fancy foods like steak for two at the Temperance House restaurant, or grab a cocktail at Rocco’s at the Brick. Without the kids? Spend some time touring the Bucks County Ale Trail! Start at nearby Vault Brewing Co. and sip your way through several wintry brews.
The brand-new Ghost Light Inn features contemporary riverside views and an in-house restaurant, Stella by Jose Garces. Its sister property, the Carriage House, holds rooms 13 through 15 and is one of the oldest historical homes in New Hope, expertly renovated to capture the history of the area, and tastefully updated with the most luxurious of amenities. Located just steps away from Main Street in New Hope, dine at one of the small towns' many intimate restaurants, like The Salt House, before booking tickets to a play at the legendary Bucks County Playhouse.