featuring upscale & luxury lodging
Jacuzzi Suites * Fireplace Rooms * Porches/Balconies
New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood Inn
An Inn for All Seasons
111 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938
Top Suburban Inns and B&B's - CBS BEST Read Article
IN STYLE, OUT-OF-TOWN CELEBRATIONS
by Scott A. Drake, May 11, 2017
We’ve stayed at numerous B&Bs and inns on our jaunts to Bucks County over the years and each is special in its own way. This year we stayed at the 1870 Wedgewood Inn (wedgewoodinn.com; 111 W. Bridge St.) as it begins celebrating its 35th-anniversary season. As if to bring home the point of special weekends to us, two couples were celebrating anniversaries while we were there and another got engaged that Saturday night. Read Article
GO Airtran Magazine
Highlights Wedgwood Inn's InnSchool in article titled
Without Reservations by
Allison Weiss Entrekin Read Article
AAA World Magazine
Features "the splendid" Wedgwood Inn in its article titled,
Romantic Mid-Atlantic Long Weekends: Bucolic Bucks County by Rebecca L. Rhoades
A Labor of Love
by Gary Weckselblatt
"Ask New Yorkers where they go for a romantic getaway, and more often than not, you'll hear 'New Hope, Pennsylvania'"
EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA -- An Explorer's Guide,
by Laural Randall
(The Countryman Press)
Rated 3 diamonds (AAA)
and 3 1/2 stars (MOBIL Guide)
Hospitality at It's Finest
by Linda C. Feltman
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.
Haunted Hotels: Eight area hotels with histories of paranormal activity
By Christina LoBrutto, PhillyVoice Staff
Innkeepers Nadine and Carl Glassman expertly oversee three renovated Victorian-era homes just two blocks south of New Hope's vibrant Main Street. Knowledgeable long time staff make the stay as pleasant as the surroundings. Guests have access to several wide verandahs and a beautiful hidden and well-landscaped yard with a double hammock, gazebos and wrought-iron furniture and (for a nominal fee) a private Swim and Tennis Club ( less than .05-mile away. Free high speed WI-Fi and digital cable television. Open year 'round. on the Express busline to NYC.
The Wedgwood Inn and 1833 Umpleby House are featured in
Slice of Surburbia - New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ
by Christine Tarlecki Read Article
During the 19th century, the Wedgwood Inn Bed & Breakfast housed many runaway slaves as part of the Underground Railroad.
"It is believed that a 12-year-old ex-slave, Sarah, still takes refuge at the inn," Visit Bucks County says. "Her ghost has appeared at numerous occasions to various 12-year-old girls visiting the inn telling her story of slavery and escape."
Hi Carl and Nadine,
I wanted to send you a link to this article/interview about Glennda because she mentions the Wedgwood and our trips to New Hope!
(Glennda Testone is the Executive Director of the LGBT Community Center in NYC)
Hope things and well there and hope to see you again soon!
- Jama S.
On Either Bank, a Delaware River Hideaway
By Beth Greenfield
New Hope is a Gateway to Pennsylvania, Read Article
Click button to Check Availability & make an On-line Reservation Request
New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood Inn © 2015 All Rights Reserved