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The rich history of Chester County surrounds you at the Duling-Kurtz House and Country Inn. This land was part of an original land grant from William Penn to Richard ap Thomas who traveled with Penn to America in 1683. ... more
The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm, the original New Hope b&b, is immersed in layers of history dating back many hundreds of years. The original structure, the stone manor house, was constructed in 1740. The original stone bank barn that originally housed horse stalls stands across the circular courtyard.... more
Located not far from some of the best museums in Pennsylvania, The Hotel Warner is an ideal starting point for a trip down memory lane. Visit several historical museums, or stop at the Brandywint Battlefield Park. There are numerous other museums and educational centers to visit too!... more
The Sayre Mansion has been restored from its original stand as the home of Robert Sayre, town icon and entrepreneur. Now, it serves as a charming getaway that has enchanted guests for years. Its 19 classic mansion guestrooms and three Carriage House suites, bring a taste of the past to the present.... more