Elegant accommodations in the heart of Brandywine Valley. Just minutes from world-famous Longwood Gardens, the Winterthur Estate and Gardens, the Nemours Estate, the Brandywine River ("Wyeth") Museum, wonderful local wineries and more. Enjoy the elegance!
A lovely and comfortable B&B in the historic Brandywine Valley. On eight acres of landscaped grounds bordered by woodland trails. Perfect for intimate weddings, receptions, anniversary dinners, bridal showers, and business meetings.
Nestled on five acres of beautiful woods and gardens along the Big Elk Creek. The area is rich in history and natural beauty and is just 3 miles from I-95, and minutes from Newark and Wilmington, Delaware. Philadelphia and Baltimore are only an hour away.
This elegant bed & breakfast is located in historic Chesapeake City, Maryland, along the shores of the famous Chesapeake and DE Canal. Built in 1854, The Blue Max Inn is a charming and romantic inn located in the heart of this historic town.
A stunning waterfront view can be enjoyed from all 10 guest rooms which are beautifully appointed in simple, elegant decor. A private bath accompanies each room and 6 feature whirlpool tubs with shower.
Built before the Revolutionary War, the 300 year old Great Valley House retains original fireplaces, antiques and random-width wood floors. As you enjoy breakfast, there may be a fire in the old kitchen walk-in fireplace.
Built in 1896, the Spencer-Silver Mansion offers the perfect lodging while visiting historic Havre de Grace and the upper Chesapeake Bay region.
Located in the hub of the Amish farmland and tourist area in a relaxing country atmosphere. Dinner with an Amish family can be arranged. The B&B is a unique blend of hospitality, laughter and kindness.
Snuggling under one of our big, handmade quilts after a day of shopping makes a perfect Pennsylvania Dutch bed & breakfast experience. Each of our rooms is special and unique. They’re tucked all around the Village in the coziest places.
Elegant accommodations in an historic estate for discriminating inn-goers. Private baths and dining tables, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, and renowned gourmet cuisine.