Bucks County, Pennsylvania is all about the outdoors and beautiful scenery. But even the most ardent nature lovers need shelter and want a temperate and comfortable place after a day of sightseeing, hiking and exploring. Bucks County offers some great bed and breakfasts with the unique charm and rustic feel that people expect from and that fit in so well with Bucks County.
The following are the best bed and breakfasts in the Nature Region of Bucks County.
1836 Bridgeton House on the Delaware
1525 River Road
Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania
There is no other way to describe the Bridgeton House except for ‘gorgeous’. It is a spectacular place, from the breathtaking views of the Delaware River to the ornate decoration, the French doors and the secluded balconies off of each room.
It even offers a private dock to use for fishing and swimming. Is it cheap? Ah…no…but dollar for dollar it’s still a great value and if you are staying at only one bed and breakfast in the Nature Region, or even in all of Bucks County, you should strongly consider this one.
4501 Durham Road
Known for its beautiful gazebo, artwork and antiques, Bucksville House has fireplaces in each room, 100 quilts in its collection and five guest rooms of varying sizes and amenities to fit a range of preferences and budgets.
The Bucksville House is centrally located to most of the Nature Region’s most popular attractions, including the Nockamixon State Park, New Hope and Peddler’s Village. Breakfast is included for all guests and reservations are recommended.
Frog Hollow Farm
401 Frogtown Road
If you want to be one with nature, then this is about as close to nature as you’ll get without actually going camping. This is an old farmhouse off a rarely used road that provides all sorts of privacy and quiet.
Frog Hollow Farm is rustic and affordable, but clean and well managed. There are a total of three guest rooms, each with their own bathroom and each with wireless access (though it almost seems out of place), and with complimentary breakfast.
5090 Durham Road
Dollar for dollar, this is one of the better Bed and Breakfasts in all of Bucks County. First of all, Maplewood Farm is very close to neighboring attractions such as Peddler’s Village and New Hope. It also offers a pool and complimentary breakfast.
Maplewood Farm is an old farmhouse built in 1790 and features a koi pond and animals roaming the yard, including sheep and chickens.
There are five bedrooms here, each with their own bathroom.
So if you are visiting the Nature Region of Bucks County, and want a distinctive and unique experience for your overnight lodging, check out these bed and breakfasts.