||"Among the most charming lodgings is Woolverton Inn, a 1792 stone manor enveloped by 300 acres of rolling hills and grazing sheep. If the terry cloth robe, Egyptian cotton linens, featherbeds and whirlpool tubs don't provide enough coddling, then feast on the luxury of breakfast in bed (great for those who cringe at the forced camaraderie of B&B meals). Just five minutes from the posh shops of Lambertville and the nouveau-hippie stores in New Hope."
Time Out New York
Activities & Attractions
Woolverton Inn is secluded yet very close to the popular destinations of Lambertville and New Hope. You're guaranteed to find something to do, if you can pull yourself away from your luxurious accommodations. Click on the activities below to find out more...
Our Top 10 Favorite Things to Do...
1. A stroll at dusk from the Inn's front porch down to the banks of the Delaware River, crossing the bridge to Pennsylvania (the sunsets over the river are fantastic!)
2. Dining by firelight at the historic Sergeantsville Inn - intimate, romantic and just a three mile drive down a country road from the inn.
3. An excursion to The Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market on a crisp Wednesday morning.
4. Visiting the "smiling sheep" under the towering hemlocks along Cuttalossa Road, one of the most picturesque spots in Buck's County.
5. A Buck's County back road drive to Doylestown, concluding with a visit to Henry Mercer's "castle", Fonthill, and neighboring Moravian Pottery and Tile Works.
6. A slow tube ride down the lazy and forested Delaware River.
7. Biking down shady Lower Creek Road behind the Inn through The Green Sergeant Covered Bridge.
8. An afternoon of strolling and antiquing in Lambertville, followed by an early evening cocktail at the intimate Boathouse Tavern.
9. A shopping excursion to Frenchtown, NJ, followed by a leisurely drive back to the Woolverton on beautiful River Road in Pennsylvania.
10. A barrel tasting tour at a local winery and then a nap on a featherbed!
||"Living in Manhattan can fill your senses! Last night we were serenaded by a small bird, who sang with the grace of a recitalist (At one point we had to applaud!). The honking of the geese flying overhead and the baaing of the sheep - all these sounds accompanied our overnight stay. (In the Catskills where we usually go during the week, we are not treated to these beauties). You have created a wonderful place. Thank you!"
- Valerie and Barry