8 B&B'S TO VIEW THE FALL FOLIAGE
Breathe in the crisp autumnal air while enjoying the warm hospitality at one of the many B&B’s in Bucks County this season. Don’t forget to check out these special offers before you book!
- 1740 House
Located in the quaint riverside village of Lumberville, the 1740 House is just 5 miles up the river from the New Hope. The Inn has 24 fully equipped rooms, all with river views – offering the perfect backdrop for a weekend getaway or a long-term stay. Guest rooms feature some of the finest views of the Delaware River in all of Bucks County – especially during autumn!
- Black Bass
The famous Black Bass Hotel in Lumberville has preserved its Victorian era history beautifully and welcomes everyone - except George Washington, who was turned away. History buffs will enjoy the exciting lore of the Black Bass, which is also home to one of the largest collections of vintage British memorabilia in the country. Enjoy the brilliant hues of reds and orange on a private deck overlooking the Delaware River while relaxing in this cozy and luxurious B&B. Stop across the street at the Lumberville General Store for some fresh sandwiches and hot beverages!
- Bridgeton House Treehouse
This romantic spot in Upper Black Eddy is the perfect place to hang your hat for the weekend. The luxury bed and breakfast offers a riverfront view and plenty of nearby activities to enjoy the changing leaves. With cozy fireplaces, relaxing massages and beautiful sunset views over the water, Bridgeton House is one of the best places to get pampered and enjoy the finer things in life.
- View of fall foliage from Bowman's Tower
This cozy B&B is the perfect home away from home for those looking to explore the New Hope area. With many attractions within walking distance, fall foliage can be seen all around. feel right at home with their daily hot gourmet breakfast and plenty of things to do such as the Fall Foliage train ride out of the New Hope Railroad.
- Galvanized America Inn
This beautiful, 4-bedroom inn is located in Pipersville in the sprawling Bucks County countryside among hundreds of red, orange and yellow leaves! Sit by the outdoor firepit with marshmallows and hot cider during your stay. Tour the wineries of Bucks County during your stay, and be sure to grab dinner at the Pineville Tavern, which was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and just a short ride away. Have a large family or friend group? Rent out the whole inn at a special rate.
- Dining at Golden Pheasant Inn
Located between the Delaware River and Canal in Bucks County, the Golden Pheasant Inn offers fine dining and luxurious accommodations in a truly picturesque setting. Relax and take a moment to savor one-of-a-kind canal-side dining, warm hospitality, and French-inspired cuisine. Tons of foliage surrounds the inn. Right up the hill is the delectable and architectural masterpiece known as Sand Castle Winery. Try their Alpine Spice wine in fall!
- Road in Upper Bucks County
Catch a peek of the foliage during your stay at The Inn at Barley Sheaf. Located on acres of preserved farmlands and woods, this bed and breakfast provides all the amenities for a luxurious stay. Enjoy gourmet dining at their romantic restaurant. Or shop 'til you drop at nearby Peddler's Village and take in the area’s seasonal festivities, like Scarecrow Display and Apple Month (November). Don't forget to look up during your stay! The U.S. Hot Air Balloon Team, takes off from this location.
- Inside the Manor Suite at the Inn at Bowman's Hill
You’ll be in for a treat at this AAA Four Diamond bed and breakfast in Bucks County. As a certified wildlife habitat, The Inn at Bowman’s Hill in New Hope is a wonderful B&B for animal and nature enthusiasts. Glimpse a sighting of white-tailed deer and foxes or take a stroll through the Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve on the adjacent property. With acres of nature surrounding the property, you will be able to view some of the best fall foliage around. Take a swim in the heated pool surrounded by woodlands or even explore the nearby Bowman’s Hill Tower for a more encompassing view of the surrounding area.