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My husband and I were recently treated to a lovely overnight at Porches, which is right in our neighborhood. We were so delighted to spend the night luxuriating in the gorgeous Room 12 with its soaking tub and separate shower, a king bed with the...More
I always dreamt of seeing the inside of this gorgeous B&B tucked away amongst the trees and gardens. I grew up in NJ and moved to Northern Ireland to be with my husband. We came here for our anniversary and still talk about it often!...More
My wife and I stayed here for two nights. It was our first time staying in a B&B and we were happy with our experience. We stayed in Room 4 which was small but comfortable. The breakfast was good but very carb heavy. What really...More
We just retuned from a one night stay at Porches on the Towpath in New Hope Pennsylvania. My husband and I are seasoned travelers and this was by far the best bed and breakfast we ever visited. Built in 1815, Porches is located on a...More
Porches is a wonderful retreat. It is a great choice IF you are looking for the following:
• Ambiance, comfort and character....John has done a masterful job of blending antiques and decorative objects to create a unique, charming getaway. He has not neglected comfort -...More
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By coincidence, I just returned today from another fabulous stay at Porches and asked the owners your question. Room 11, which is in a separate building from the main house, is a lovely room that is ground level and has a... More
By coincidence, I just returned today from another fabulous stay at Porches and asked the owners your question. Room 11, which is in a separate building from the main house, is a lovely room that is ground level and has a seat in the shower. (I stayed in this room on a previous visit and loved it.) All of the beds in all of the rooms are high, however, so depending on the handicap, that might be an issue. There are a few steps (three or four) that must be climbed going into the main house where where breakfast is served on the porch in nice weather and in the dining room off season, but they will also deliver breakfast to your room upon request. I would suggest calling the management with more specific details about the handicap to ensure that Porches is an appropriate accommodation. It certainly is fabulous from all other perspectives!