ROOMS WITH A VIEW
The Delaware River offers some of the most breathtaking views in the region. Stay at one of these Bucks County bed & breakfasts and wake up to its picturesque charm.
- Breakfast at 1740 House
Located just six miles from the excitement of New Hope in Lumberville, PA is the 1740 House. Its 24 rooms and suites offer outstanding views of the Delaware River and the surrounding countryside. View the Delaware from your room or enjoy a cocktail or morning coffee on the terraces and patios. Each room is equipped with a private bath, television and wi-fi. The close proximity to the Delaware means kayaking, canoeing, tubing and biking on the canal are just a hop, skip and jump away.
- Black Bass Hotel & Restaurant
Set along the Delaware River in Lumberville, the Black Bass has wondrous views of the river and access to the pedestrian bridge to Bull's Island. Many suites have floor to ceiling windows that boast breathtaking views of the river and provide an abundance of natural light. All suites have lavish private baths and most include private balconies facing the river. Recently renovated, the Black Bass hotel still holds its historic charm and comfort.
- Bridgeton House
Wake up on the banks of the Delaware River in the beautiful Bridgeton House. Located just 20 minutes from New Hope in Upper Black Eddy, this bed & breakfast is sophisticated and luxurious with fireplaces, balconies, French doors and magnificent river views. This romantic hideaway's 11 rooms feature all of the modern amenities while maintaining its rustic charm. For a truly remarkable view, enjoy a romantic dinner for two on the private dock on the Delaware.
- The Carriage House
The quaint 3-room inn known as the Carriage House 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, a stay at Carriage House offers access to all this unique area has to offer.
Not only is this riverside inn in New Hope a delicious restaurant, it is the area’s only “Art Hotel.” The hallways and common spaces at the historic Centre Bridge Inn consistently rotate a collection of paintings by a local artist, blending together art and hospitality. Browse the art, have dinner, enjoy live music and a drink on Friday evenings and book your room at this historic and artistic accommodation.
New Hope’s most recent addition in accommodations, the Ghost Light Inn features 12 unique guest suites, 8 of which overlook the Delaware. This modern building contains an exceptional in-house dining experience featuring fresh American fare at its restaurant Stella by Jose Garces. The inn is located adjacent to ‘America’s Most Famous Summer Theatre,’ the Bucks County Playhouse. Take a stroll along the water on the riverfront promenade under the gas lanterns, soaking up the center of this beautiful small town.