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Olivia's Bridge Street Inn
28 West Bridge Street
New Hope, PA 18938
USA
Telefono: +1--215-693-1592

Jim & Celeste Manitta

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Built in 1817, Olivia’s Bridge Street Inn is nestled alongside the canal in historic New Hope, Bucks County Pennsylvania. Less than a block from the intersection of Main and Bridge Streets, we invite you to park your car and your cares for the duration of your stay.Reflect in the serenity of the Delaware River, a walk on the historic canal towpath, or a ride on the New Hope Railroad. Enjoy antique shopping, art galleries, restaurants, breweries, and live music. Take advantage of Bucks County Playhouse, 5-Star fine dining, Bucks County hiking, biking, tubing on the Delaware, canoeing, Bucks County balloon rides, local Bucks County and Hunterdon County parks, specialty shopping in New Hope, and cultural institutions such as the Mitchner Museum.
The Tiernan Room
Queen Size Bed, Full Size Bed, Private Bathroom Including Shower Stall. This intimate suite is named for Michael and Margaret Tiernan, who were the longest owners of the house and lived here from 1900-1959Olivia's Bridge Street Inn, The Maris Room.
Queen Size Bed in Main Area, Queen Size Bed in Second Bedroom, Private Bathroom Including a Bathtub with Shower. Honoring William Maris, who came to New Hope after the War of 1812 and built many famous homes in the area including this residence, this luxury room is located on the third floor of the main house.
Olivia's Bridge Street Inn, The Beaumont Room.
Handicap Accessibility, Queen Size Bed
Private Bathroom Including a Bathtub with Shower
Named for John Beaumont, previous owner, this elegantly decorated room is located on the first floor. It is believed that Mr. Beaumont had obtained the residence around the 1820′s in a sheriff’s sale. It is our most easily accessed room with no stairs involved, and includes a queen size bedOlivia's Bridge Street Inn, The King Room.
King Size Four-Poster Bed, Gas Fireplace (Dec.—Mar.)
Private Bathroom Including a Bathtub with Shower
The most stately room in the Inn, the King Room features a king size four-poster bed and gas fireplace (December — March).
Olivia's Bridge Street Inn. The Lambert Room
Private Bath with Whirlpool Tub with Shower, Gas Fireplace, Queen Size Bed. Aaron Lambert was the owner of the house from 1833-1845. This beautifully appointed bedroom features a queen size bed, gas fireplace and whirlpool tub with shower.Olivia's Bridge Street Inn. The Madison Room
King Size Bed, Private Bathroom Including a Bathtub with Shower, Private Balcony Overlooking Bridge Street
Located on the second floor of the new addition, this room offers a personal balcony overlooking Bridge Street.
Olivia's Bridge Street Inn, The Scheinder Room
Queen Size Bed, Private Bathroom Including a Bathtub with Shower, Overlooking Views of the Canal
Harold Schiender was the second longest owner of the house from 1961 to 1983.