Leave your worries behind at our secluded New Jersey bed and breakfast perched high above the Delaware River surrounded by 300 acres of rolling farmland and forest. Our country estate provides the seclusion of a grand country estate with the countless activities of New Hope and Lambertville just five minutes down the road, offering you the best of the country, along with all the amenities and attention to detail discerning travelers expect.
New Jersey Bed and Breakfast
Experience Country Charm & Exceptional Service
The Woolverton Inn is a breathtakingly beautiful bed and breakfast in New Jersey that’s ranked higher than most 5-star hotels in New Jersey, and offers superb personalized service.
Relax in a Lovely Setting with Wonderful Amenities
Enjoy the glorious setting and relaxed elegance of our historic 1792 stone manor, while feeling as comfortable as you would at your own home in the country. All of our New Hope lodging options are unique and beautifully appointed; many feature bucolic views, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs for two, private outdoor sitting areas, stocked refrigerators, and Bose CD player radios. All stays include an unforgettable gourmet country breakfast in the elegant dining room, on the expansive front porch, or in your accommodations. Your New Jersey getaway is also enhanced by complimentary afternoon sweets, non-alcoholic beverages, fresh flowers, as well as Wi-Fi and parking.
Our Romantic Destination is Not to Be Missed
Come see why our private bed and breakfast has been listed in 1000 Places to See Before You Die in the USA and Canada, why Fodor’s called us, “One of the loveliest settings in the valley…romantic and secluded,” and why we receive wonderful accolades from guests like this; “We had a wonderful and restful weekend at the Woolverton. As an Architect, I was impressed by the well preserved Historic house and cottage, an extended landscape and breakfast on our private patio all contributed to the quiet ambiance. The electric charging station for our electric plug-in Prius was a welcome and unexpected touch of modernity.”