My girlfriend and I spent 4 lovely days at this beautifully decorated B&B. :-)
We felt like we almost had the whole place to ourselves. :-)
All the staff were so friendly and helpful, we were booked into "The Williams" room but changed to the Lambert room because as befits an older style B&B, there wasn't enough storage for us with our bags on our 4 day trip. :-( :-(
It just NEVER occurred to us.
This was bigger and better but unfortunately there was a lot of traffic on Main street while we were there and this did affect our sleep, BUT we got used to it. :-(
The Wi-fi was ok but not 100% reliable while we were there, no doubt it's ok now.
What really came as a surprise for us and it's NO fault of the owners is that we didn't know that in early fall all the restaurants shut early and were almost empty when we went to eat at 8.30/9pm. I assume in Summer & weekends they stay open later.
In one case we rang and booked for 9pm, got there at 8.45 and was told that we were mis-informed as the owner was cleaning up and shutting down. :-(
Luckily we found the 1 remaining restaurant just about to close, thanks Logan Inn.
To end on a good note, we loved the B&B, all the people, New Hope itself and it was great weather for so late in the year, which helped.
We wish to thank Michael, Cathy, Cassie and all the staff for their help. :-)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1817, Olivia's Bridge Street Inn is nestled alongside the canal in historic New Hope, Bucks County Pennsylvania. Less than a block from the intersection of Main and Bridge Streets, we invite you to park your car and your cares for the duration of your stay. Reflect in the serenity of the Delaware River, a walk on the historic canal towpath, or a ride on the New Hope Railroad. Enjoy antique shopping, art galleries, restaurants, breweries, and live music. Take advantage of Bucks County Playhouse, 5-Star fine dining, Bucks County hiking, biking, tubing on the Delaware, canoeing, Bucks County balloon rides, local Bucks County and Hunterdon County parks, specialty shopping in New Hope, and cultural institutions such as the Mitchner Museum. ... more less