Located in historic Bucks County and minutes from downtown New Hope, on the Delaware River, Centre Bridge Inn provides an experience that is second to none. Rich history, authentic colonial decor, fine cuisine, romantic atmosphere and a magnificent view of the river can all be found at the Centre Bridge Inn. All rooms have a full private bath, TV and are air conditioned. On our lower level we have a full bar and restaurant for your enjoyment. Relax, have dinner and drinks, and retire to your room upstairs at the evenings end.
4.6 on October 19, 2012
This was my first time ever , being in New Hope and first time ever... staying in a Bed and Breakfast. It was a wonderful experiecne and i hope to return again very soon. The breakfast we had outside overlooking the Delaware River ,was very relaxing and the visits we made to the local wineries made the trip exciting and well worth going back. Thank You Center Bridge Inn
2.6 on May 12, 2011
I have been to few B&B and I was very disappointed what was servered in the morning for Breakfast. Expect fresh cut up fruit, crostants, instant oatmeal packets, a few different jams, and hard boiled eggs laid out on a table. Get down early otherwise you may have to wait for seating. The room had 5 stinkbugs climbing on the walls and ceiling, and the bathroom trash was not emptied from the last guest.
3.8 on February 26, 2011
Place has tremendous history, great looking restaurant (although close while we were there), extremely courteous innkeeper, very good breakfast, room was large and very clean.
4.0 on July 02, 2010
We had a great time staying at the Centre Bridge Inn. It is lovely and quaint. The tavern and the bartender were great. After walking around town all day we ended the evening with a drink at the bar which is most relaxing. We look forward to returning in the fall.
4.0 on September 19, 2009
We stayed here on a $99 web special to attend a wedding. This is a very quaint B&B on the Deleware River. A nice river view. Clean room, comfortable Queen bed and pillows. Friendly staff. A nice continental breakfast. The Inn is 300 yrs old so you need to turn the A/C off if you run a hair dryer, but that is understandable and adds to the charm. The wall paper is a peeling a bit, the tub mat could have been replaced, and the bed coverlette had a few stains were my only minor complaints. The shower water temp is a bit persinckity and goes up/down a bit during shower, but not a major deal. The one thing the Inn needs to change is the hanging iron lamplight that is on the center of outside entry steps. It hangs a bit too low. This is a safety issue. My husband is 6 feet tall and the corner of the lamp hit him in the head very hard while carrying in our luggage. He ended up with a gash on his head. That is my only complaint, and this is easly fixed by raising the chain of the iron light. Yes, We would stay here again. It is just across the street from our friends house.
3.4 on February 22, 2009
room was quaint, but comfortable. Continental breakfast was great -- lots of fresh fruit, make your own waffles. Gal at front desk was very friendly and helpful.
2.6 on September 05, 2008
Although pleasant, the inkeeper on duty always seemed to be in a hurry. We would have appreciated more info, and/or a tour.
3.2 on August 21, 2008
everything was excellent at this wedding reception food, serviceand all the people were great,excellent location we stayed two nights and were treated just fine, we will be going back.
3.2 on July 31, 2008
It was nice. Great location. The room had a sleigh bed, which was nice, so it was a little difficult to watch TV since the frame was a little high or maybe the TV was on a short stand. I'm not sure who painted the bathroom but there were paint platters on the carpet & along the trim of the shower tile. It was like the paint was just put on the wall without any effort. Other than that, we enjoyed our stay. Thank you
4.4 on July 18, 2008
Quaint, lovely inn, food & service, friendliness excellent.
Street side room with queen bed, private bath, TV and window A/C
Nightly Rate: $149 - $165
Nightly Rate: $149 - $165
Riverside, Countryside, Small town
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 25 miles
Driving from New York City: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 14. Pick up Route 78 West and follow it to Exit 29. Pick up Route 287 South (towards Somerville), and follow it to Route 202 South. Follow Route 202 South to Pennsylvania. Go over the Toll Bridge, and take the first exit on the right (Route 32). At the stop sign, make a left onto Route 32 North, continue approximately 2 miles to our Inn on the right before the bridge to Stockton, NJ Driving from Points West---Harrisburg and Pittsburgh Take Route 76 East to Exit 343 (Willow Grove). Follow Route 611 North to Route 202 North. Just before Peddlers Village, bear left onto Route 263 North. Go approximately three miles, through Solebury. Continue on Route 263, down the hill towards the Delaware River to our Inn on the right, before the bridge to Stockton, NJ.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Private Parties, Weddings, ELECTRIC CAR HOOK UP ( Tesla), Corporate Meetings, Restaurant/Bar On Site, Banquet facilities
Air conditioning, Satellite/Cable TV, TV