With one of a kind specialty shops, antique trails and outlet stores, Bucks County will live up to any shopping lovers dream! Browse through the county to explore our restaurants, offering an array of cuisines from American Contemporary to Southern Creole. Fun for the family or a romantic night out- you will experience a taste of the good life!
Historic Inn with breathtaking views of the Delaware River. Variety of dining options-fine dining, tavern, bar, river deck. Banquet and corporate meeting facilities available.
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Traditional American fare and some contemporary dishes. Richly decorated with colonial era folk art and antiques. Sunday Brunch, King Henry’s Feast on Thursdays, Private function space.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Eldreth Pottery
1857 fieldstone inn between river and canal. The atmosphere is magical with exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and the beautiful Bucks County countryside all around.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Delaware River Tubing
Located in the heart of Newtown, Pa, in beautiful Bucks County. Inviting, friendly atmosphere, and delicious pub-style cuisine. A favorite restaurant destination for both locals and visitors alike.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Newtown Chamber Orchestra
ENJOY the natural tranquility of the Delaware River while you dine in a meticulously-restored 1867 railway station. Offering New American Cuisine with an innovated twist.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Parry Mansion Museum / New Hope Historical Society
A traditional pastry shop nestled in the heart of Quakertown that offers artisan chocolates, cookies and French inspired pastries.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Nockamixon State Park
Take a step back in time and into an 18th Century Bucks County Landmark. Our menu features modern Continental fare to please all tastes.
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Ideal for business lunches or fine evening dining, the Inn offers a relaxing atmosphere, scenic views and a menu of continental cuisine with American flair.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Canal Frame - Crafts Gallery
Restored Victorian restaurant known for warm hospitality, seasonal menus, interesting affordable wine list and authentic period bar. Casual fine dining. Next to Sellersville Theater.
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY >> Ralph Stover State Park