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This is an excellent B&B with wrap around porches that gave us outside access right into our room. We stayed in Room #2 which is beautifully appointed with soothing colors and antique decor. The breakfasts were wonderful and were served on the porch at a...More
The Porches is a beautiful inn overlooking the towpath of the Delaware Canal, and there is direct access from the porch right onto the bike/hike path. Its across the canal from the scenic railroad, and a block's walk from the shops and restaurants along the...More
We were warmly greeted by Bob, who showed us around the main building and grabbed my bag to carry up the stairs to our second floor room in the carriage house. Our room opened up to a balcony shared with another room, comfortably furnished with...More
Our kids gave us a gift certificate for 2 weekday nights for Christmas and we decided to use them for our anniversary in August. What a wonderful, relaxing time we had! We stayed in Room 3, very pretty, with, of course, a door that accessed...More
My husband Jim and I spent a delightful weekend at Porches not long ago. We were able to get Room 12, our personal favorite. I'm attaching pics. The room was impeccable and the design was so beautiful with it's wall of books, stacks of design...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!
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"Room #2 is at the end of the second floor porch and has no pass through porch traffic"