Meggen and Peter Taylor, Founders of www.findeverythinghistoric.com and lovers of all things historic, vintage, classic, retro and throwback, as well as contributors to the Huffington Post enjoyed a visit to Woolverton Inn. Their March 1, 2016 highlighted 5 historic retreats to truly decompress, read what they say about their visit to Woolverton Inn:
There is something alluring about the deep-rooted history of the Delaware River Valley. George Washington crossed the Delaware River here during the Revolutionary War to turn the tide on the British. The Declaration of Independence and Bill Of Rights were both signed just south of here in Philadelphia. It’s not uncommon to have a gourmet dinner today on a winding country road in an obscure tavern that’s been in operation for over two-hundred and fifty years.
Built in 1792 and perched high above the Delaware River, the Woolverton Inn puts you in the heart of one of the most historic places in America, while offering the ultimate in privacy and luxury on ten secluded acres surrounded by three-hundred acres of protected farmland and forest that will ensure perpetual tranquility and seclusion.
If the peace and quiet gets to you, indulge yourself in the farm-to-table restaurants, galleries, antiques and other locally-owned shopping in New Hope, Pennsylvania and Lambertville, New Jersey, which are annually ranked among the most charming, historic river towns in America.
On a final note, I didn’t put Marquez’ novel back into storage. It’s staying out this time and I am finally going to read it start to finish. It might take one hundred years though.
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