The Fox and Hound Bed & Breakfast of New Hope
Voted Bucks County’s ‘Most Romantic Getaway’, our award winning boutique bed & breakfast has a relaxing, romantic ambiance where guests make good memories.
Perfectly situated, the historic stone manor is close enough to walk to historic New Hope & Lambertville’s shops, galleries, the riverfront and restaurants, but just far enough to escape the hustle, bustle, and noise on 2 acres of landscaped property. Each guest room is both cozy and romantic and has, private bath in each room, flat screen TV, Free Wifi throughout whole inn, air conditioning.
Several rooms have cozy fireplaces (seasonal) and private balcony or patio to add to the ambiance of your overnight stay.
There is also a front porch, a gazebo and an airy sun/moon deck on the rooftop where you can sip champagne and enjoy sunsets and twinkling stars.
Guests are served a scrumptious hot gourmet breakfast at individual café tables in the charming 1840’s breakfast room. For a more relaxed morning, breakfast in bed is available for a small fee in the privacy of your beautiful room.
Conference facilities are available for Executive/Business meetings, Educational Seminars, Retreats, Workshops.
Open year round, The Fox and Hound Bed & Breakfast is “An Inn for All Seasons” and is the perfect Bucks County luxury lodging choice.
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About Our Inn
The Fox and Hound Bed and Breakfast of New Hope, Pennsylvania has Revolutionary War era stories and structures for guests to view.
For 205 years it was run as a family farm. On our 2 acres is the archaeological remains of the original 1760’s stone barn that housed Revolutionary War soldiers for 2 cold winter weeks in 1776. These soldiers then crossed the Delaware on Christmas Eve night with George Washington to surprise the enemy in Trenton. You can visit this historic site on our property!
In modern times, our romantic and historic inn has had many proposals, engagements and wedding ceremonies held in guest rooms or the gazebo or on balconies and patios. In 1923, Bernard McDonnell, a member of the second family to own the House, became New Hope’s Justice of the Peace and probably officiated wedding ceremonies on site. That’s 92 years of couples finding romance and happiness at the Fox and Hound’s Manor house!Learn More