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Situated in Bucks County, the Golden Plough Inn is a staple at Peddler’s Village. This inn offers 67 rooms and suites that look like classic country homes. The furnishings are all hand chosen and combined with family heirlooms to create an ambiance that resembles the historic nature of the area. Colonial-era designs don’t interfere with modern convenience, as all rooms include free WiFi and modern amenities. The hotel has a restaurant onsite as well as a bar and lounge, meeting rooms, banquet room, and other amenities for guests.
This charming resort is situated just about halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, offering a great getaway that isn’t too far away. Luxury is seen in cozy fires, window seats, and wonderfully hand-selected down quilts. Plus, activity isn’t far with Peddler’s Village right outside, a year-round attraction. It would take days to explore all 65 of the boutiques and shops onsite, not to mention the dining, art galleries, and flea markets in the surrounding towns and cities. People can catch a play at the theater, visit the orchards during fruit seasons, and learn all about the history of Bucks County while they are staying at the Golden Plough.
The inn has partnered with David J. Witchell Salon & Spa, offering full-service spa treatments to guests of the hotel in a two-story salon that features nine treatment rooms, a classic salon and retail store on the first level, and professional staff that will provide the best services. The inn is designed to provide a modern, timeless glimpse into the past for those who enjoy a little country getaway.
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This hotel breathes country style into all of its rooms - some of them were hand-designed by interior designer A.J. Margulis, who has made a name for herself with country interior styles and has won awards for her design work. In the hotel’s cozy rooms, guests can witness her talent first-hand and pick up inspiration for their own home.
Buttonwood Grill serves fine American cuisine onsite the hotel premises and impresses with an extensive breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. In 2018, this eatery was voted Best American Grill and Best Burger, so it is definitely worth checking out. The included bar has Happy Hour every Monday to Friday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and guests can take their favorite beer home if they want. Guests can also rent this space for a private party or smaller event and benefit from the cozy space and scrumptious meals.
Guests who want to combine business with a stay at this comfy country hotel can benefit from the mid-sized meeting facilities available, ranging from 10 to 150 people. Each of the rooms is fully equipped with flipcharts, microphones, and projectors, among more. You can turn any corporate get-together into a success and include a designated meeting space, hot or continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. An included reception is also available to make your special day even more wonderful.
To have an all-in-one experience, couples can opt for a spa treatment together, with a couple’s massage at the onsite spa. Apart from this bestseller, the Inn also features seasonal offers and discounts on KAYAK, often including fine dining, discounts for a room upgrade and complimentary breakfast .
Up to two children only pay approximately $15 per child per night to make a family trip here more enticing. In Peddler’s Village, families can enjoy quality time at the Giggleberry Fair, which features an obstacle course spreading over three floors and six levels. For toddlers, the Giggles Discovers! is the perfect activity, and the antique carousel with wood-carved horses, giraffes, and other animals invites young and old alike for a ride.
The well-established David J. Witchell spa complements the hotel experience and lets guests indulge in a series of rituals and packages. The Journey takes you on a 55m massage, followed by a glow facial and manicure. In addition, guests can choose from a complimentary add-on to complete their journey. The ultimate spa experience and favorite for brides-to-be is the Pinnacle ritual, a full-on body treatment including an aromatherapy massage, body treatment, facial, manicure, pedicure, and glowing makeup.
Coming from New York, it will take about 1h 45m to reach the Golden Plough Inn via I-78 West and US-202 South. Take exit 17 from the Interstate and continue on US-202 South until you reach Buckingham Township. Philadelphia is about 1h away by car and the quickest route leads via I-95 North. Merge onto I-295 East and take exit 8 to follow PA-332 West. Continue on Pineville Road until you reach the destination. (Prices checked 18/06/19).
Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village is located at 5883 Lower York Road, 4.2 miles from the center of New Hope. William Kitchen House is the closest landmark to Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village.
Yes, Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village does not offer free parking.
No, Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village is 12.4 miles from Trenton Trenton-Mercer. Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village is 30 miles from Allentown Allentown-Bethlehem.
No, Golden Plough Inn at Peddler's Village does not have a pool onsite.