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Pennsbury Inn
883 Baltimore Pike
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
USA
Telefono: +1--6103881435
Fax: +1--6103881436
Numero verde: +1--8883881435

Cheryl Grono

Limitata tedesco, Inglese

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Kousa Dogwood and Knockout Roses highlight the front of the Inn in May.Our Music & Game Room with Pumpkin Pine mantles over both fireplaces, encourages lounging with a good book, a lively game of chess or playing the piano, on the other side of the room.
When arriving, enter into the comfortable library with built in wall of books and comfy chairs and loveseat to relax in. An antique lawyer's desk and printer's cabinet are full of brochures and informative guides to the attraction filled Brandywine Valley and menues for the myriad award winning, gourmet restaurants nearby.Facing both the side gardens and the back is the Four Seasons Room-with a step-up, antique four poster "king" bed, two wing-back chairs, walk in closet with refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, a modern shower bath and Pierre Deux French toile wallpaper depicting all of the seasons. The soft green toile somehow immediately relaxes you when you enter the room. Gaze out your oversized windows, to our "mini" Longwood Gardens complete with fountains.
The antique brass queen-sized bed in the Daniel Webster room will immediately catch your eye as will the very realistic flame in the electric firestove insert in the original 1759 mantled fireplace. The shower in the modern bath is large enough to have a party! Multiple antiques will add to your comfort and the room's charm. Don't forget to ask about the intriquing history involving Daniel Webster!Winterthur Suite-step down into your sunken bedroom with a huge palladian window, flanked by casement windows, overlooking the expansive, beautifully landscaped grounds. The Nina Campbell toile wallpaper extends up to and across the slanted, beamed ceiling. Sink into the featherbed on your queen, "Select Comfort" bed or relax on your overstuffed sofa or antique rocker. Your full bath, includes a deep soaking tub with spa attachment. Many extra little luxuries increase your enjoyment.
The queen-sized antique-spool bed in the John Marshall room, matches the dresser. The original 1749 stuccoed fireplace, now contains a cozy electronic firestove. A full-sized elaborate antique desk allows you to keep up with your travel diary. The adjacent private full bath, overlooks the reflecting pool in the gardens.An optional daybed usage along with the 4 poster king bed, allows three to enjoy the General Lafayette room. Adding the optional first floor parlor, turns it into the Up & Down suite. Antiques abound to make this a most charming abode. Sleep to the sound of the garden fountains in the fish pond and reflecting pool outside your windows.
The Longwood room, originally the coachmen's quarters, as it overlooks the carriage house so they could watch over their horses. The twin beds shown can alternatively be arranged into a king. Each of the three bedroom windows overlook the lush front gardens. The largest bathroom in the inn has a massive shower and pedestal sink.