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While visiting family in the area, my wife and I decided to walk the main trail (Forbidden Road - no vehicles allowed) in Wissahickon Valley Park starting at the W. Northwestern Ave. entrance. It was our first visit and as we read the story board...More
The chill of autumn was in the air - a good time to visit a landmark inn in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park on the Wissahickon Creek. The setting is remarkable and we chose to
enjoy the inn's Sunday Brunch which offers two menus, one w/breakfast entrees...More
Nestled on the Wissohicken Creek in Fairmont Park, the Calley Green Inn is just charming. This 18th Century building has seating indoors, as well as, outdoors. There was a benefit taking place the evening we visited and most of the people were outside. Our small...More
This Inn, which used to be on the horse and buggy road between Trenton and Philadelphia is in the middle of a forest. Lovely place to hike or picnic OR you can rent it for a wedding. Ceremony was outside under the trees, cocktails and...More
Date of visit: September 2018
ValleyGreenInn, Owner at Valley Green Inn, responded to this reviewResponded September 25, 2018
Thank you for leaving the feedback snoopysister! We're continually working to improve cell phone reception in the Wissahickon valley. At current, with the help of the Friends of the Wissahickon, AT&T provided a metrocell which allows its users to have cell service. (we're trying to...More
We went for our anniversary dinner. The food exceeded our expectations. Crab cake was so good, and both our mains (catfish etouffe and salmon) were also delicious. Good service and outdoor seating by river was lovely. Although food was fancy, the location is casual with...More
We visited for a family celebration dinner. Service was attentive and the food was good, but not particularly memorable. To that end, I cannot even recall what I had to eat for entree two days ago!
The setting is nice in the park, but the...More
This historical roadhouse is the only place in the state park for food & drink. It may the only place where one gets some type of signal (inn wifi) for a connection. We were there for a wedding and everybody had different providers and we...More
Had a lovely brunch here with family (including a 6 year old) and we all loved it. The setting is scenic, service was great and the food delicious. I had the BBQ short ribs which are served off the bone over corn bread with BBQ...More
This historic restaurant has outdoor porch seating as well as cozy small inside dining rooms. Lunch menu had standard selections (wonderful Angus burger with fries, $14) and a few surprises (sliced hanger steak, tender and perfectly cooked, $18). Food is well prepared but somewhat pricey....More