1833 Umpleby House Bed & Breakfast Inn
111 West Bridge Street. New Hope, PA 18938
(215) 862 - 2520 firstname.lastname@example.org
featuring upscale & luxury lodging
Whirlpool Tub Suites * Fireplace Rooms * Porches/Balconies
A beautiful day at the Carriage House of the Wedgwood Inn.
Carriage House Parlor
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The present day Wedgwood Inn is an 1870 Victorian that sits on the stone foundation of a Colonial-era structure that dates back to c. 1720.
Peek inside this pale blue Victorian originally built in Bucks County in 1870 to discover the beauty of the Wedgwood Inn Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the heart of New Hope, PA, the B&B boasts several suites and an interesting history involving the Underground Railroad...
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First Floor: 9 windows, sitting area with sleeper sofa, wood-burning fireplace, microwave, refrigerator and private bath and individually controlled heat and air conditioning. There is a also a two-person Jacuzzi tub in the corner, overlooking this floor. Second Floor: One bedroom with Queen-size bed, color cable TV and two doors leading out to private, large covered deck.
Adjacent to the Umpleby House is the Wedgwood House, a nationally acclaimed New Hope bed and breakfast inn, is a Wedgwood-blue colored Victorian "Painted Lady" listed on Bucks County Registry of Historic Places.
Wedgwood blue colored walls and trim and authentic Wedgwood china is found throughout the Wedgwood Inn. The Inn looks great in all four seasons and is the subject of choice for many photographers and painters.
The original portion of the Inn once served as a camp site for General George Washington and 1200 Continental Army soldiers in December 1776, just prior to the famous Christmas Eve Crossing of the Delaware River (which took place a few miles from the Inn).
Located in the rear yard of Umpleby House, the newly renovated 2 story Victorian-era Carriage House offers privacy in a very romantic and luxurious setting.
For more information visit our extensive website wedgwoodinn.com or call us at (215) 862-2570
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