|1870 Wedgwood of New Hope Reviews|
New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood House is a gracious Wedgwood-blue colored Victorian "Painted Lady" and looks great in all four seasons. Open year 'round, it's set on 2 plus acres of landscaped grounds yet is just steps from the bustling village of New Hope and the walking bridge to Lambertville. Our historic bed and breakfast inn combines such modern amenities as in-room 2 person Jacuzzi Tubs, Fireplaces, Porches, and Wi-Fi with Victorian splendor and romantic Queen and King Lace Canopied Beds, tall ceilings, lofty windows, random width pumpkin - pine floors and more.
We also own the neighboring Umpleby and Aaron Burr House B&B Inns. The one telephone number below will connect you to the Innkeeper.
Wedgwood Inn ▪ 111 W. Bridge St., New Hope, PA 18938-1401 ▪ 215-862-2570
A warm and friendly inn, we cordially welcome you to visit us year 'round. Nadine and Carl, innkeepers.
Pennsylvania has more than its share of interesting bed & breakfast inns. At the 1870 Wedgwood Inn (pictured above) in New Hope, the innkeepers proudly point out a trap door leading to a tunnel that was once part of the Philadelphia-Quaker Underground Railroad network before leading guests to their elegant, Victorian-era rooms.
"Sleep Here Now" travel bloggers Katie and Jesse recently uploaded this video onto YouTube about the Wedgwood Inn of New Hope and our adjacent Umpleby House and Aaron Burr House Inn. Click Here to view.
A college student prepared this overview of our Wedgwood Inns, Click Here to view photos and text.
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