New Hope, PA
Region: Philadelphia & The Countryside
Home to eclectic shopping, riverside dining, impressive theater and cultural attractions, New Hope is a small town with a big city feel. In fact, New Hope was even named one of "America's Favorite Towns" by Travel + Leisure. Originally known as Coryell's Ferry, New Hope houses more than 200 years of history. Spend a night in this charming town with a stay one of the area's fine bed and breakfasts. Downtown New Hope features exceptional accommodations like the 1870 Wedgwood Inn, featuring eight guest rooms and an impressive collection of Wedgwood Pottery for which the Inn takes its name. Top-notch chefs have brought a world of flavors to New Hope, making it one of Bucks County's premier dining destinations. Marsha Brown brings a taste of New Orleans to Bucks County, serving up Creole favorites like fried catfish, po' boys and gumbo ya-ya in a renovated stone church. Enjoy American continental cuisine at the Logan Inn. Take a stroll down New Hope's Main Street and browse through the town's collection of unique shops and boutiques. Hand-crafted household items, jewelry and pottery are among the many unique gifts available at Heart of the Home. Look your best with the latest European fashions for men and women at Savioni Designer Boutique. Catch a performance at the historic Bucks County Playhouse. Greats of stage and screen, including Liza Minelli, Robert Redford and Grace Kelly have performed at "America's Most Famous Summer Theater" in its 75-year history.