One of Bucks County’s newest and most popular inns has been listed as one of the greatest spots for an extended vacation. Rachel Dube wrote about the local inn for The Zoe Report.
The Ghost Light Inn, located at 50 South Main Street in New Hope, is a waterfront inn that has been the talk of the town since their recent opening. Located on the Delaware River and just around the corner from the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge, the inn is a great place to stay so that you are in the middle one of Bucks County’s most popular towns.
A stay at the inn will leave guests in perfect walking distance to everything that New Hope has to offer. For the artistically-inclined, the Bucks County Playhouse in mere feet fro the inn’s front entrance.
Directly across the parking lot is Farley’s Bookshop, and just down the road are a ton of eateries like Oldstone, Fran’s Pub, and the inn’s own restaurant, Stella.
For those looking to be centrally located on Bucks County, the inn is a perfect place to stay and enjoy all the trappings of the area.
Read more about the Ghost Light Inn at The Zoe Report.