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New Hope's 1870 Wedgwood Inn
An Inn for All Seasons
111 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938
Carl, Dinie, Jessica, and all of your wonderful staff,
Thanks to you all for a delightful stay--great night's sleep in a comfy canopy bed, delicious breakfast (I ate most of it ), and very nice service from all. We went on the steam locomotive ride after saving $2.00 with a coupon we received at Wedgwood Inn and really enjoyed the ambiance of the parlor car and historical info by the conductor. We will be happy to return to your Inn again and will tell our friends.
- Leslie & Roger (Cherry Hill, NJ)
An enjoyable stay at the Wedgwood. Great location, easy walk to Lambertville and all of New Hope is a step away. Friendly staff. Thanks for your hospitality and especially for your special efforts to locate my lost car keys...I know we checked out our brains as we checked in our luggage! The Piano Bar was just too much fun. Oh well, what happens in New Hope, stays in New Hope!
- Joel and Arline (Atlanta)
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Dear Carl and Nadine,
Thanks again for taking our pictures! We had a wonderful time at your Bed and Breakfast! We couldn't have spent our 1st Anniversary at a nicer place! The room and gardens were so beautiful! We loved our first bed and breakfast experience and hope to visit again sometime! Thanks so much! And special Happy 25th Anniversary to you.
- Kristin and Matt, Fleetwood, PA
Thanks again for all the courtesies that you have provided me during my many visits to your wonderful inns.
My wife and I have traveled all continents of the world and my favorite B&B is the Wedgewood Inn (and its sister Aaron Burr Inn both owned and operated by Carl and Dinie Glassman). The Aaron Burr is about a half block from the Wedgewood. Both Inns are right in the center of New Hope and a short walk to most of its main attractions. In each of the past 5 years, I have traveled from Minnesota to the New Hope area to observe all the azaleas and flowering trees in full bloom in historic and beautiful Bucks County PA. All of the rooms are very clean, tastefully furnished, and have comfortable mattresses. The breakfasts are also exceptional with a large bowl of fruit, freshly baked rolls, muffins and croissants, and quiche. The Glassmans are "hands on" proprietors and go out their way to assist you whenever you need it. The landscaping and flower beds at the Wedgewood (the product of Dinie's efforts) are delightful and offer several areas where you can sit and relax while planning your day ahead. If you are planning a trip to Bucks County, these B&Bs are a "don't miss" and I recommend that you make your reservation well in advance to guarantee the opportunity to stay there.
- Richard T.
Thank you for taking such nice pictures of us. This is the second time we stay with you for Thanksgiving (once at Wedgwood House and now at your Aaron Burr House inn) and it looks like it is becoming a tradition.
Thank you for your hospitality and comfortable room.
Rob & Nancy (Astoria, NY)
"Our 20 Year tradition continues!"
When my wife and I first chose an establishment in which to spend a few nights celebrating her birthday in January, 1987, she chose the Wedgwood Inn. Before the days of the Internet, she had seen a picture of the main house and the 1833 Umpleby House next door in a brochure and was intrigued. But our delight upon entering the actual premises was much more profound, because it was indeed like stepping into the past. The rooms were all different, but the quality was wonderful with authentic touches of the period dotting each corner of our "home away from home" which it became every year after our initial visit.
Our hosts, Carl and Dinie Glassman and Jasper, the lab and now Tootsie, the lab, made us feel almost like family. Perhaps one of the highlights each year was getting to talk with other guests in the afternoon when tea and cookies were provided in the drawing room. On one memorable afternoon, we started telling jokes and almost missed dinner. Speaking of food, Carl and Dinie know every restaurant in town and make reservations for us, just as they did two nights ago on our last stay. But nothing can compare to the anticipation of having breakfast at the Wedgwood Inn unless it's tasting the actual food. There is always something special for guests in that bread basket or the oven.
My wife and I aren't unique in our repeated visit to the Wedgwood Inn. We often meet people who have been there numerous times. The charm of the city, the hosts, the rooms, the quality of the food and the chance to step back into the past make it our favorite place.
- Don and Paula, NYC February 2007
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