4.4 on February 28, 2013
I stayed at the Aaron Burr House which is part of The 1870 Wedgewood Inn properties. My room was very comfortable and cozy. The staff is extremely pleasant and accomodating; EXCELLENT customer service! I enjoyed my stay very much and can't wait to return!
5 on August 08, 2012
"Thank you" to Nadine and Carl for the amazing night stay at your Carraige House last Sunday. My husband booked us the Carraige House as a surprise for our 1 year wedding anniversary, and i couldn't have been more happier with our mini-getaway. This inn is gorgeous, the Carraige House wonderful and breakfast was perfect ;o) The only thing i would've changed was our length of stay! next time, we 'll have to do more than one night. Thanks again for your warm hospitality and for allowing us the opportunity to enjoy a night to ourselves. Best wishes for much, much more continuued success with the Inn. We will definitely recommend it to friends and family!! Janeen B.
5 on July 21, 2012
when i emailed the Wedgewood Inn last week to enter to win the "MidWeek Escape Lodging Package", i had no idea i would be experiencing the inn so soon. I had the pleasure of staying at Wedgewood this past weekend. Jim and I stayed in the double Jacuzzi Room "J' ( Manchester Valley" ) and we had an amazing time!!! We have already told friends back home and are all planning to come again real soon. I want to mention the sincere hospitality and frienliness of this place. Special appreciation for providing us with toothbrushes and toothpaste. The minty - flavor brought us back to being kids again... We hope to see both Nadine and Carl again real soon. Loved your Inn!!!
3.6 on July 18, 2012
Beautiful setting. Nice place. Good service. The Value for the High Cost is certainly unattainable during the summer and I understand that as you're paying for Location but they should have had a better and more enjoyable breakfast. The BED part was very nice; the BREAKFAST part... not so. Also, Monday to Tuesday is very quiet in NH and Lambertville. The cost of the B&B should be less than on Thu-Sun.
4.0 on June 29, 2012
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4.8 on April 21, 2012
Gorgeous and well-maintained historic inn set amidst scenic acres,gardens and gazebos. Well appointed and very clean accommodations. Wish we could have stayed longer Because knowledgeable innkeepers shared their back road and shun pike places of interst with us.
4.6 on October 12, 2011
Lots of little touches made this an exceptional inn experience. More than the homemade food (delicious!) and thoughtful amenities (from Q-tips and cotton balls to luggage racks and good closet space) was the knowledable inn staff and their warmth and smiling way. Whilst flying from NYC to Niagra Falls, our stewardess said we must visit New Hope (we're from So Africa originally). Stumbling across this majestic riverside town, the first three shopkeepers we asked all recommended Dinie and Carl's Wedgwood bed and breakfast as thee place to stay. We were not disappointed! A warm welcome and fine, well-appointed accommodations with American antiques -- and oh, soo clean! Over teatime. Dinie introduced us to other guests from Brooklyn (NY), Dallas (Texas) and Mexico City too. What a discovery for us. Highly recommend.
4.6 on July 10, 2011
Delicioso backed-from-scratch Choco Chocolate Chip cookies on arrival and it continued to get better at this in-town inn with lovely and secluded grounds. Breakfast in bed, well on our private porch, came on-time and was delivered hot with fresh flowers from the gardens. Very conveniently located too; tho the first gallery was only 4 doors away, the spacious grounds are very private. We never used our car after we checked-in. The last night here, we began listening to live music and eating and drinking from Havanna's, then J& P's, Karla's and then Triumph, which is only a 1/4 block from Wedgewood Inn. We stumbled back to the Inn and it was lights out! Tip: we still made breakfast 'cause they serve till 10 am!
5 on December 24, 2010
Up north to visit family and old friends over the holidays, we reserved at Wedgewood because it was conveniently located in New Hope and close to Princeton, New Jersey too. What a delight! We were warmly greeted at Check In and offered hot wassail and homemade Chritmas cookies. As requested, our first floor room had a handsome King - sized mahagany Sleigh Bed and Franklin Stove fireplace. Their Christmas tree was decorated with dozens of Wedgewood ornaments! I met Carl as he started the coffee 7 am on the day before Christmas and we chatted quietly as the freshly-brewed coffee filled the Dining Room. Breakfast was served on Wedgwood china and fruit parfait, just-baked Sour Cherry bread and Vegetarian Quiche were pleasing to look at and even better to taste! Can't wait for Afternoon Tea on Christmas Eve.
4.4 on February 15, 2010
I chose the Wedgewood to treat my wife to a Valentine's Weekend in New Hope. While I have stayed at a B&B previously, this one was BY FAR the new standard for B&B's for us. It was genuinely like staying with a gracious friend for the weekend; everything was just so well thought out and provided for. Nadine is such gracious host and the offerings of her and the staff of terrific tips for shopping and dining were for spots we would not have found on our own -such greatly contributed to our experience... I have every intention to return and make a tradition of coming to New Hope at least once a year (we are very much looking forward to coming back in the fall!)...and staying at the Wedgewood! MR. & Mrs. John A. Petty II