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Perfect location for Longwood and Brandywine River Museum. Attention to detail was obvious. Very clean and welcoming. Nice having the extra space in the Brandywine Room. We felt very comfortable there. John was a good host who was not intrusive.
My wife and I stayed here and found this B&B to be EXCELLENT! Spacious rooms, comfortable bed, and ALL the amenities. Reminded us of some of the 5 star hotels where we have stayed. My wife, neglected to pack her bath robe and panicked when...More
My son and I spent five days here. I grew up in Chester County, and brought him for vacation. John and Barbara were gracious and friendly. Nick said "It's like being at home, dad" I think that sums it up pretty well!!
This wonderful converted carriage house, carefully designed by John and Barbara gives guests a feeling of home away from home. The interior photos don't do it justice. The three spacious suites are beautifully decorated and provide a comfortable setting to relax after busy days exploring...More
From the hospitality to the area and location, everything was wonderful. Accommodations were perfect. Stayed in the Longwood Suite for Valentines Day weekend. Loved the layout of the bedroom and the sitting room. Bathroom had an amazing Jacuzzi whirlpool tub and the gas fireplace in...More
Response from LongwoodBBInn | Property representative |
Hi. Two of our suites have two beds - the Brandywine Suite ($165/night) has a queen and twin in the same BR; the Winterthur Suite ($185/night) has a king and twin in two adjoining BRs within the suite. John H - owner
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"Their entrance is easy to miss. Suggest you slow down in the area as it right on a curve in route 52."