Two wonderfully restored Victorian homes overlooking the scenic Delaware River and Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The guest rooms exude a sense of warmth and romance no matter what season you visit. The Country Cottage provides two all-suite apartments with kitchens for those guests who prefer to be alone. Both houses have access to the beautiful river front terraced gardens, deck and dock. River access is nearby so bring your boat, canoe, kyack or tube. Many guests enjoy bringing their lunch or dinner back to the inn to enjoy one of the many dining locations provided by the river's edge.
5 on July 22, 2014
We have stayed at Chestnut Hill on the Delaware many times because it is such an amazing place. As soon as you pull up to the property, you begin to relax. The view from the front porch is beautiful and serene. Linda and Rob are the perfect hosts. They are warm and friendly and do everything possible to help their guests have a relaxing and peaceful time. The rooms are immaculate and tastefully decorated. Every morning the delicious breakfast are served. The are not only tasty but the presentation of the food is great. We really enjoyed going out with Rob on the pontoon boat. We highly recommend Chestnut Hill on the Delaware and will definitely be returning many more times.It is our favorite B & B. Eileen and Mike
5 on August 20, 2012
My husband and I just spend a wonderful getaway weekend at Chestnut Hill and couldn't be happier. We had a beautiful room with the most wonderful jacuzzi. The gardens were beautiful - we can't wait to go back with some wine and cheese and eat by the water. We will definitely be back.
4.6 on August 13, 2012
I was attending a week-long class in the area. To come back to this wonderful B&B each evening was like Heaven! Just wish I had more time to enjoy the place.
5 on August 06, 2012
We have stayed at Chestnut Hill on the Delaware many times and it just keeps getting better. This visit we were joined by 4 of our friends. Linda and Rob are the best hosts. They do everything possible to help their guests. The rooms are beautifully decorated and very clean. The breakfasts are fantastic. We especially love sitting on the front porch in the comfortable rocking chairs and looking out at the Delaware. Special thanks to Rob for taking us out on the pontoon boat. The ride was enjoyable and we really loved Rob’s discussion of the history of the river. We plan on returning to this wonderful bed and breakfast as often as possible. It is the best! Eileen and Mike
5 on July 13, 2012
I'm about to book our 3rd trip to Chestnut Hill. Rob & Linda treat us like family. We have stayed in Summer Morning and The Paradise Suite; both were wonderful! The town of Milford is charming. It's great to get the early (6am) morning cup of coffee, and go sit by the river. It's even better to be able to walk to dinner. We just finished a cruise. I can honestly say we had a better time at the Chestnut Hill Inn! Kim & Dan W.
5 on May 20, 2012
I never bother to write reviews, but, like the previous reviewer, I had to take the time and give credit to this wonderful inn. Milford is a quiet town and the inn is right on the Delaware. Linda and Rob make you feel at home as soon as you step on the front porch. We stayed in Summer Morning, a glorious, spacious room with fireplace, king sized bed, and large bathroom with a two-person jacuzzi and lovely stained glass window. The weather was perfect and we slept with the windows open - a cool breeze blowing. Just perfect. Linda makes delicious breakfasts, the coffee is perfect, and directed us to some local out-of-the way places to visit. We tried two of the local restaurants - both were within walking distance and delicious! It is hard to believe just an hour or so drive across the State would brings us to such a tranquil place - it was just what we needed. Highly, highly recommend and we will be back!
5 on May 06, 2012
I have never written a review before and to be honest I can stand doing it. I usually ask my wife to do it, but I wanted to do this one. The bed and breakfast at Chestnut Hill on the Delaware in Milford, NJ is amazing. The main reason it’s amazing is because of the innkeepers, Rob and Linda, and their attention to details. Some details include: fresh baked cookies, personalized notes, fresh flower in the rooms, and chocolates by the bed to just name a few. What really blew me away was when Rob showed up to our dinner at a local restaurant with an umbrella knowing that we had walked there and it started to rain. I was blown away. These are the personal details I have come to know while staying at Chestnut Hill along with an impeccably clean room. Words cannot describe the great hidden gem that is Chestnut Hill. John Teacher: Age 28 NY P.S The breakfast is delicious. Last time I told myself I would write a review, this time I am keeping my word.
4.6 on April 08, 2012
Nestled in the small town of Milford a century's old home waits for you with warmth & good food. Loving innkeepers look for ways to make your stay memorable and complete.
5 on March 23, 2012
Our yearly visit is enchanting, thanks to Linda & Rob making us feel so cherished & pampered in "Teddy's Place." Breakfast was outstanding!
5 on February 26, 2012
We had a wonderful get away weekend at the Chestnut Hill. We stayed in the Rose Garden room which was very nicely decorated with roses everywhere. Our hosts Linda & Rob were very gracious and helpful.
Philadelphia 60 miles, New York 67 miles, Both New York & Philadelphia are over an hour away, New Hope is 18 miles away, a lovely river drive, Newark Airport is 55 minutes away, Frenchtown, NJ is just three miles away, Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Village, Wine country
Newark, NJ (EWR) 52 miles
From New York City: Take Interstate 78 west to exit 11 (Pattenburg). follow "Pattenburg" signs left across expressway. This will put you on Route 614 through Pattenburg and 3 miles to Little York. At Little York 614 makes a left turn, pass the Little York Tavern & continue 3 miles on Rt 614 to a stop sign. This is Route 519, turn left to Milford another 3 miles. At traffic light in Milford turn right, about two blocks, pass the drive in bank, turn right onto Church St. At the church turn left and procede about 100 yards straight ahead to dead end street facing the river. From Philadelphia: Take interstate 95 North to first exit in New Jersey, just across the Delaware River. Follow signs to Route 29 North. Follow Rt 29 north through Lambertville, Stockton and to Frenchtown. In Frenchtown, Rt 29 ends at the stop sign. Turn left and then after one block turn right onto Harrison St. (Milford/Frenchtown Road). Procede 3 miles to the traffic light in Milford. At traffic light in Milford turn left, about two blocks, pass the drive in bank, turn right onto Church St. At the church turn left and procede about 100 yards straight ahead to dead end street facing
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Flea Markets, Auctions, Milford Bluffs, Delaware River, Delaware Canal, Ringing Rocks, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Videos, Washer/dryer , Riverfront deck, dock & terrace with picnic tables, Boat launch nearby, Hammocks and veranda rockers
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Flea markets, Auctions, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Linda and Rob Castagna
Linda is an incredible researcher, she also loves art and design, photography and is an expert on nutrition and healthy eating as an alternative to medication. Rob loves building, restoration projects and local history. We both love to travel and among our favorites are Costa Rica, and Italy, and houseboating in the Keys and Lake Powell. Carole Sigrist is our long time manager who fills our lives with beautiful flowers and awesome gardens.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Cinnamon-raisin stuffed French toast
I love to make my stuffed French toast. I fill the pocket with apricots, toasted pecans, and cranberries mixed with sour cream and cream cheese. It will fill you for sure until a late lunch somewhere in our wonderful river valley.