and more.” Dinie says. Carl notes that overnight guests have come from thirty-five countries and all fifty states, and now many of them are the offspring of early clientele, arriving with their own children. Carl and Dinie are celebrating their first quarter century by selecting one lucky couple each month to receive a two-night gift certificate and by renovating the Victorian gazebo that graces the two-acre property, which is just a stroll away from downtown. Having already added Wi-fi and several double Jacuzzis to the charm of antiques, fresh flowers, oriental rugs, local art, and breakfast on the dining porch, alfresco or in bed, Carl and Dinie will surely continue to delight their guests for another quarter century."
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By Maryanna S. Phinn
"...New Hope is alive and well and open for business... Since its founding, New Hope has embraced independence, freedom of expression and diversity, which is reflected in the types of events regularly sponsored around town. No matter what you enjoy, there’s something for you in New Hope. Wedgwood Inn is the place for overnight accommodations."
From Cottage Living Magazine
Byways; Roads Less Traveled: I've escaped into falling leaves and rooted history by David Hanson
"Bucks County, Pennsylvania, roads may wander, but they all lead back to cottages in the woods, charming riverside villages and scenic gems....the Delaware River, like the towns and fieldstone homes along its shores, remains natural and authentic."
FACES & PLACES, LOCAL COLOR
Wedgwood Inn - Celebrating 25 years of Innkeeping
Set on 2 private acres of a park-like setting with flower-lined brick walkways leading to two gazebos and a hammock, yet just steps from New Hope's historic and vibrant village and the walking bridge to Lambertville and nearby Princeton, New Jersey.
For more information, call 215-862-2570
As a thank you to the loyal houseguests who have made their B&B inn such a success, Carl and Dinie are giving away a complimentary "Mid-Week Escape Lodging Package" each month of their anniversary year.
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The names will be drawn at random from their extensive database of houseguest names (from their Wedgwood Collection of Historic Inns: Wedgwood and Umpleby House.) If you have not been a registered guest but would like to enter, go to the website to register - www.WedgwoodInn.com. Each month the winner will be chosen and notified via email.
As seen in Real Simple Magazine
Nadine and Carl Glassman and their award-winning 1870 Wedgwood Inn of New Hope were featured in an article written by Carolyn Weber entitled, "History Lessons". Three photographs of the B&B, by Tara Donne, are also included in the article about how to unearth your historic home's past.
Dear Nadine & Carl,
Thank you for welcoming us into your home and sharing it's story. Here are a few prints, we hope you enjoy!
Real Simple Photo Dept.
In April 2007, Dinie and Carl Glassman celebrated 25 years of innkeeping at their 1870 Wedgwood Inn. Dinie and Carl have led the Wedgwood Inn from humble beginnings into a fixture in the local innkeeping community. Dinie has guided the inn full time since its inception and has often been recognized for her role in hospitality and service in the travel and tourism industry.
Time for New Hope, by James McCommons
"Getting out in the country and visiting small towns is a great way to get away from it all. New Hope, Pennsylvania, is one of our favorite escapes."
From Nouveau Magazine
Cairt - Turais, Scottish Communications TV
featured a half-hour travel show on Pennsylvania which includes New Hope as a destination and the Wedgwood Inn as the featured lodging - "the Quintessential American Bed and Breakfast Inn."
From Better Homes and Gardens Magazine
Dream Weekends "Artful Pleasures" by Ann Cochran
The 1870 Wedgwood Inn of New Hope
The 1870 Wedgwood Bed & Breakfast Inn at 111 W. Bridge Street in lovely New Hope, PA, is a nationally acclaimed bed and breakfast inn. It is a Wedgwood-blue colored Victorian "Painted Lady" listed on Bucks County Registry of Historic Places. Wedgwood Inn is spelled Wedgwood, not 'Wedgewood' because Wedgwood Inn is named after the Englishman Josiah Wedgwood who invented the famous Wedgwood blue bone china. The Wedgwood family name does not have a second "e" in its spelling.
“April 30th marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the day Dinie Silnutzer and Carl Glassman (pictured) opened the Wedgwood Inn, their bed-and-breakfast in New Hope, PA. At the time, they were newlyweds seeking a lifestyle change. Now, after adding to their domain the Umpleby House, their dreams have been realized. “Innkeeping is as good as we thought it would be,
New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood Inn
"...Bucks County has great museums, shopping and dining and, at day's end, soem fo the country's most romantic inns.
Where to Stay -- 1870 Wedgwood Inn - Featured in many magazines, this inn has a perfect location - downtown, but a bit away from the main drag..."
featuring upscale & luxury lodging
Jacuzzi Suites * Fireplace Rooms * Porches/Balconies
An Inn for All Seasons
111 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938
From the August 2007 Issue of Nouveau Magazine
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