All of our sixteen elegantly appointed rooms feature private baths with upscale amenities, high speed wireless internet, high definition flat screen cable TVs with premium channels, coffee makers, hairdryers, and irons. Continental American Restaurant open year round for lunch and dinner, featuring fireside dining (in season). A la carte brunch served on weekends starting at 9am. Live music in our tavern nightly, Wednesday to Saturday, featuring piano, jazz, blues, and acoustic guitar. Heated dining patio and terrace bar open daily, weather permitting.
Room One is tucked away on the second floor of our inn and is a standard room with a welcoming atmosphere. This room has olive colored walls that will remind you of the peaceful and lush vegetation throughout rural Bucks County. This charming room comes with a queen sized bed and is accented with a red and gold paisley comforter and canopy. With the dark wooden furniture and the print of a red barn covered in snow hanging on the wall, this room may remind you of a serene getaway to a winter cabin, even in the summertime.
If you are looking for a cozy room with some remembrances of childhood, Room Two is the room for you. This standard room has Wedgwood-blue walls that will remind you of a day lying in the grass while making imaginary shapes out of clouds. The double bed is dressed with a comforter designed with blue and red patterns of young children fishing, dancing, and watching hot air balloons in the sky. The bed has a large intricately designed head board, along with a small dresser and television stand.
Room Twelve is our most energetic and lively room, as it brings to you an enjoyable and jovial atmosphere. This standard room has bright purple walls, which are pacified with a quaint, cream-colored quilt. The queen sized quilt, with matching pillow cases, has intricate and elegant detail. The vibrant walls are matched with yellow drapery designed with images of young farm boys on horses, playing with dogs, riding boats, and pushing wagons. No matter the season you visit us, this standard room will constantly remind you to enjoy your life and let your worries loose.
Room Fourteen will certainly make you feel that you are living the life of the Colonials, except with many more modern luxuries, of course. This is one of our most cozy and quaint standard rooms that sits on the third floor of our inn. The walls are painted with a rich, golden yellow color and accented with deep blue carpets. The centerpiece of this room would be the gorgeously designed comforter that dresses the queen sized bed and canopy. The navy and cream colored comforter features images of colonial men and women dancing and enjoying each other’s company.
Room Three is a premium room that provides guests with a very warm atmosphere. This room has creamy beige walls with dark brown carpeting. The décor is accented with a magnificent deep red comforter designed with flourishing pink rose patterns. The windows are also dressed with matching drapery to border an outstanding view of Main Street.
Room Four is one of our premium rooms that overlooks the excitement among the Main Street of New Hope. This medium sized room is very rich and bold while being decorated with maroons, golds, and blues. The walls of the room are painted with a rustic gold color that could remind any guests of the large golden sun that shines over Bucks County. The queen sized bed has a canopy and is dressed with a blue comforter covered with a plethora of pink flowers. This room features a marble-top dresser, which sits underneath a large, stunning mirror.
Room Five is one of our premium rooms as it sits on the front of our building overlooking the bustling Main Street of New Hope. This room carries a soothing ambiance with its soft, pale yellow walls. The queen bed in this room is dressed with an olive and cream floral printed comforter. You may even be taken back to yesteryear with the splendid drapery printed with gray and blue colored horses and carriages. This premium room features an antique vanity with a marble top, accented with painted roses and a large mirror. Room Five will provide you with an enlightening taste of spring.
Room Six, famously known as Emily’s Room, is our only premium room that sits on the Southwest corner of the building, providing a view of both Main and Ferry Street. Emily Lutz is the mother of a previous owner of the inn and once lived in Room Six. With no tragic cause, Ms. Lutz died simply of old age. With that being said, it is possible that the spirits of Emily may join you during your stay in the friendliest of ways. The Logan Inn is even lucky enough to still have Emily’s original furniture, which makes Room Six as beautiful as ever. This room features an antique, breathtaking armoire.
Room Fifteen introduces a very warm and romantic ambiance to all guests that step into it. The hunter green colored walls may remind you of the abundance of tranquil pine trees lining the country roads of Bucks County. This premium room features a queen bed that is dressed with a beautiful cream comforter with large floral designs. The queen sized bed also has a canopy and is accompanied by a four drawer dresser. The rich colors accenting this room along with the print of a stone barn in the winter, may remind you of the peaceful seasonal transition between fall and winter.
Room Sixteen is one of our most soothing and serene premium rooms. This is a medium sized room with a queen sized bed. Room Sixteen can be described as the best of both worlds. As guests may watch the bustling Main Street of New Hope beneath them, they may also choose to reside within their tranquil Room Sixteen. This premium room is one of the most comforting and pure rooms. The walls of this room are colored with the most beautiful shade of light blue, which will remind you of a clear sky on a spring day. The queen sized bed is dressed with a beautiful yellow and blue comforter.
The Logan Inn invites you to rest luxuriously in Room Seven, just as if you were Marie Antoinette. The French-influenced décor in Room Seven creates an elegant impression on everyone that sees it. The four post king sized bed is dressed with a pale blue comforter decorated with a grand floral pattern. Along with a quaint sitting area, Room Seven features an antique armoire and vanity. This deluxe room sits on a corner of our building providing a delightful view of Ferry Street.
Room Eight is one of our deluxe rooms that invites you back into the early 1700s. This large sized room with a queen bed has soft, pale yellow walls with olive carpeting. The décor of this room is accented with a pastel blue comforter with large floral designs of an array of different colors. From pink to red to yellow to white, these floral colors keep this deluxe room alive, yet soothing. This room also has the ability to accommodate three guests.
Room Eleven is one of our large sized, deluxe rooms that certainly stands out among the others. This deluxe room is decorated with earth tones, which delivers a very peaceful feeling to all guests. The walls are painted with a beautiful pale green, which is accented with a gold flower patterned comforter. This queen sized bed has a canopy. There is also a quaint sitting area in the room accompanied by a dresser with a beautiful and rustic antique mirror. The print hanging on the wall of an old stone house in the woods, will definitely remind guests of their connection with nature.
A favorite of many Logan Inn Innkeepers, Room Seventeen is a luxurious deluxe room with a king sized bed that sits on the front of the inn with a direct view of Main Street. The king sized bed has a magnificent head board with elaborately carved designs. To match the head board, this deluxe room features a breathtaking armoire accented with wrought iron and a three-panel vanity mirror. This large room makes you feel as if you are stepping into spring while the asparagus-green colored walls can certainly brighten your day. Room Seventeen is also accented with a yellow comforter.
Room Eighteen is a deluxe room on the third floor of our inn that is luxurious, yet cozy and quaint. This is the only deluxe room that sits on the Southwest corner of our inn with a view of both Main and Ferry Street. The décor of the room will remind you of the colonial time period. The walls are painted with a greenish-gray color, which is complimented with a vibrant red comforter. The red comforter, accented with designs of colonial women sipping tea, dresses the queen sized bed. Even though this deluxe room is a large sized room, it provides a very peaceful and serene atmosphere.
Room Nineteen is certainly the most exclusive and luxurious room in the Logan Inn. This room provides a romantic ambiance that will constantly keep you content and satisfied throughout your entire stay. Room Nineteen features a magnificent sleigh-style king sized bed that will surely provide you quality comfort. The breathtaking bed has intricately carved designs, which make it the centerpiece of the room. The walls of this deluxe room are a soft yellow, which is then accented with a red and white floral printed bed dressing. Room Nineteen is also completed with a vanity and matching armoire.
3.6 on June 02, 2012
We love the Logan! Always great service and excellent dining. Been there many times and plan on staying again and again.
3.8 on October 06, 2011
My husband and I stayed at the Logan Inn over Valentine's weekend. Although there were other inns in the area that got better reviews, we picked this one because of the location, and we were not disappointed! It is a beautiful inn, nicely decorated, right in the heart of downtown New Hope. Our room had authentic period furniture and was very clean and quaint. Supposedly it's the most haunted room in the house, but neither my husband nor myself experienced anything odd. I have to say though, that we did eat at the adjoining restaurant, and although the food was good, it wasn't worth raving about. Maybe my expectations were just too high after reading all of the positive reviews. We did however, enjoy the live music in the lounge after dinner very much. Room Tip: We stayed in Room 6, also know as Emily's room. The picture on the website does not do it justice at all! It is a very beautiful room, and not as dark as it seems. The room faces the main street, but we weren't bothered by traffic noice at all.
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 40 miles
Take Route 95 North and exit at New Hope (exit #51) . Continue on Taylorsville Road for about 5 miles. Turn left on River Road (PA-32). Turn left on West Ferry Street. We're on the right-hand side on the corner of West Ferry and Main Sts. Trip time: about 45 minutes.
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