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1833 Umpleby House Bed & Breakfast Inn
111 West Bridge Street. New Hope, PA 18938
(215) 862 - 2520 firstname.lastname@example.org
1870 Wedgwood Inn
Adjacent to the Umpleby is our Wedgwood House, which offers larger meeting space and nine luxury sleeping accommodations.
Open Year Round
New Hope's 1833 Umpleby House Bed and Breakfast Inn is a Classic Revival plaster-over-stone manor house, listed on the Registry of Historic Places. The stately Bucks County home was built in 1833 by William Umpleby, New Hope's prominent mill owner. He built the current structure on top of a pre-Revolutionary War era foundation.
1890 Luxury New Hope Carriage House 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.
Our special efforts at Wedgwood Inns to accommodate the Dairy Free and Gluten Free dietary needs of our guests were featured in this recent food and travel article: The Wedgwood Inn, New Hope, PA: Gluten and Dairy Free Travel Read Article
We can arrange for Special Services such as an In-Room Massage or a visit to a Day Spa, a custom Gift Basket or Snack Tray, a Special Flower Arrangement, a Horse Drawn Carriage Ride or a Hot Air Balloon Ride. We can also arrange for a Day of Golf. We have yet to receive a special request we could not meet!
The original structure served as a headquarters house for 6 years for General Washington's Continental Army and its surrounding acreage served as a bivouac site for over 1200 men for 10 days just prior to Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Eve, 1766. That site, one mile south of New Hope, is now the internationally famous Washington Crossing State Park.
The Guest Pantry is accessible 24/7. A refrigerator, hot and cold beverages, just-baked goodies, hard candies and fresh fruit are available throughout the day. Afternoon Tea is served on Saturdays and Holiday Sundays.
3 accommodations at our Umpleby House Inn have their own private porch, complete with a table and chairs and large umbrella for shade. (#7, #8 and #9)
A Victorian-era addition was added to the rear in the late 1880s by owner Colonel Buckley. Your hosts, Carl and Nadine Glassman purchased and renovated Umpleby House in 1985 converting it to the 8 bedroom upscale, luxury inn it is now. They also added the fanciful three-tier Victorian porches in 2001.
We also offers free local calls. In addition, we have free Wi-Fi access from your sleeping room, all our public rooms as well as from our Victorian porches and Gazebo.
Days begin with a generous home baked breakfast and ends with a tot of Carl's secret almond liquor and chocolates at your bedside. Coffee is available at 7 am and breakfast is served daily from 8:30 - 9:45 am in the Wedgwood's expansive Breakfast Room (we have tables for 2, 4 and groups of 8, on Wedgwood china of course, and on our covered Victorian Porch. If you prefer, you may request Breakfast delivered to your guest room or your private porch (with advance notice). An early Breakfast Tray can also be arranged in advance.
The spirits of Colonel Buckley and Mr. Black, Mill foreman under original owner Umpleby, can still be seen and heard throughout the Inn.
The 1833 Umpleby House is one of three properties in the Wedgwood Collection of Historic Inns. We have been called the "quintessential American B&B's," known for friendliness, warm hospitality and attentive service.
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