HollyHedge Estate features country gardens, original 18th Century stone outbuildings, the original stone manor home and more than 20 acres of property. Relax among the stream, fields, woods, and ponds that make up the property. Located just minutes away from historic New Hope, this tranquil, country inn hosts travelers, corporate retreats and elegant weddings throughout the year. Much of the food served is grown on property, and the estate has been a leader in sustainable weddings and bed and breakfasts. Ideally located for travelers from New York or Philadelphia looking for a weekend getaway. Midweek and corporate rates are also available. All rooms feature complimentary wi-fi for guests, along with complimentary continental or full breakfasts.
3.6 on May 24, 2012
My family likes to take a sunday drive out to New Hope but we've never stayed over. So I suprised my husband with a weekend escape and a murder mystery dinner. WE HAD A BEAUTIFUL WEEKEND!!
3.2 on October 06, 2011
A beautiful B & B in beautiful New Hope. The staff was very nice and accomodating. For breakfast, they had a continental service, plus a small menu. We thought this was nice as it gave choices, rather than just plunking something in front of you like most B & B's. The room was small and the pillows awful. I would bring my own pillow if I went there again.
4.4 on June 22, 2011
the location and grounds were the highlight, absolutely beautiful. the food was unexpectedly very good, different and interesting. Would difinately recommend this cosy B&B.
4.6 on June 01, 2011
I would more than suggest to stay at HollyHedge Estate. The innkeeper JC is outstanding. Between the amazing service, food, cleanliness, and awesome atmosphere it was one of the best stays ive had.
5 on May 07, 2011
We stayed one night in celebration of our anniversary because we were married at Holly Hedge three years ago. It was an amazing wedding and, a always, our expectations were exceeded!
4.2 on April 27, 2011
Nestled in the quiet outskirts of Bucks County, just over the bridge from Stockton, NJ, HollyHedge provides the perfect weekend escape. Taking over an Inn for a wedding could potentially overwhelm a staff, but this staff offered up some of the best hospitality I've had in years along with an amazing gourmet breakfast (Best was the sinful clocolate french toast and mushroom, spinich and brie frittata). Room #6, my room for the weekend, was comfortable and clean with its own outdoor access. Since we had so many rooms booked I got to see many of them. My favorites include, Room #1- cute, charming and cozy, #9 & 10 share a sitting room but are big and have working fireplaces but its #11 that is a private romantic haven. The grounds are beautiful and it is an easy drive for an afternoon of lunching and shopping in Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA. Another wonderful feature is the complimentary, tea, coffee and cocoa along with an assortment of muffins that are avalible downstairs for you to help yourself to at all hours and a comfortable living room to wait in or for an evening chat with friends. It was a wonderful weekend and I would certainly think of returning for another.
4.6 on April 25, 2011
The HollyHedge Estate is an absolutely beautiful well run, well kept estate. Our room was large, clean, and had a lovely canopied bed. JC was gracious and quite accomodating. I have many allergies- including foods- and JC was willing and able to find out what I could and could not eat and then prepare what was agreeable for me. We enjoyed feeding the goats and touring the estate. All in all it was a wonderful 2 days!
3.8 on April 10, 2011
We've been to HollyHedge several times over the last few years and always enjoy our stay. The staff is friendly and accommodating. The property is beautiful and welcoming. We're already planning our next visit! Oh ... make sure you stop by and visit with the goats. They are always so sweet!
3.4 on March 31, 2011
My wife is British and we have stayed in B&B's through out Europe and the U.S. as well. We hardly ever pay more than $200 a night. First the location is great. It is very close to the village of New Hope and the surrounding area is really beautiful with dreamy houses everywhere. Pulling into HollyHedge you can clearly see they take very good care of the grounds, more on that later. We were met warmly by JC the inn keeper. JC is a very good in keeper and that makes a big difference with a B&B. He took time with us and made sure we had what we needed and timed a fire in the fireplace based on when we might be home after dinner. The front room is well decorated and cozy. We were taken to our room and this is where I feel there is room for improvement. The room was clean but beside the bed it was subpar. For instance. The carpet looks worn. Ours had a dated redish/mauve carpet that had a few bleach spots near the door. The celling fan was the cheapest home depot offers. The furniture was old but not the kind you say "Oh, that's a nice antique". the window dressing and curtain rods were cheap. Everything was clean and that is a big positive! Now the bathroom. Cheap fixtures and not a whole lot of attention detail. For instance there are three unsightly plastic covers in the bathroom. They are there to for the possibility of servicing the plumbing, but there are a lot better ways of doing this besides 18"x18" white plastic over tiling. One of the covers was clear allowing you to see the wall studs and plumbing. We had a gander at the rest of the rooms. All in all I really think there is a lack of detail and style to the rooms. Like I stated I think a renovation could turn this B&B from a 5 to a 10 with minimal costs. Which brings me to the comment on the grounds. The grounds are nice and the front rooms as well because I think this houses bread and butter is in WEDDINGS, not so much the B&B. And that my friends is what it all boils down to!
4.6 on March 24, 2011
My stay this past weekend at HollyHedge Estate was just perfect! JC the innkeeper was great. The food was unbelievable! I cannot wait to come back with my family in November for my wedding!
Countryside, Small town
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 45 miles
From New York City & The Northeast: Tappanzee and George Washington Bridges: Route 80W to 287S to 202S... Lincoln and Holland Tunnels: NJ Turnpike to Newark Airport to 78W to 202S... Verrazano Bridge: To Outerbridge Crossing, follow 440 to 287N to 202S... New Jersey, Perth Amboy & South: Parkway North to 287N to 202S... ...202S to last exit in New Jersey (Stockton). Follow signs to 29. Turn to 29N and go to Stockton (3 miles). Turn left over the bridge to Pennsylvania. Follow 263 south up the hill half a mile. HollyHedge is on the right hand side Philadelphia and Points South: Take 95 North to Lambertville exit. (It is easier to go north on the New Jersey side of the river than to go through New Hope). Follow 29N through Lambertville to Stockton, in the center of town make a left, and proceed over the bridge and across the river, up 263 for one half mile. HollyHedge is on the right. Pennsylvania: Take 202N to Peddlars Village. Bear left on 263. Go approximately 3 miles to Solebury. Pass through and travel down the hill towards to river for a mile. HollyHedge is on the left. If you reach Center Bridge, you missed us.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Parking, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar, Wheelchair access
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Full Breakfast Fri-Sun; Continental Mon-Thu
Homemade Breads; Baked French Toast; Breakfast Bread Pudding