This Bucks County Town was Ranked One of the Most Charming in All of Pennsylvania

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Image via Yardley Historical Association.
The town is considered one of the most charming in the state.

A popular town in Bucks County was ranked as one of the best small town in the entire state, with other local areas making the list as well. Emily Zemler wrote about this town and others for PureWow.

Yardley has been ranked as the sixth best charming small town in Pennsylvania out of the 16 listed. Long-revered as one of the most fun areas in all of Bucks County, the town is known for its unique shops and fabulous dining establishments. It is considered a must-stop for both locals and visitors alike.

With a plethora of incredible estates to call home, countless dining establishments, and close proximity to the Delaware River and other beautiful and natural areas, the town has long been a popular spot for people to settle down in. It is also one of the most historic areas in the county, with many connections to the country’s founding and Pennsylvania’s rich Quaker history.

New Hope ranked at the top of the list and Doylestown was listed as the twelfth-best.

Read more about Yardley at PureWow.


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