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What a great experience! The accommodations, hot breakfast and room 1 exceeded our expectations. What a great place to remove the stress of the city, honeymoon, or enjoy a special occasion. Private entrances and bathrooms were an added surprise. This is small quant compound is...More
We stayed in this unique inn for the first time as a local vacation close to NYC. We spent three days bike riding, walking, and taking in the charm of New Hope & the surrounding area. There could not be a better home base for...More
Four of us went to watch Washington cross the Delaware successfully on Christmas Day, and wanted to stay in the area. We'd seen Porches in warmer weather and decided to try it out. We had Room 2 in the main house, cozy and beautifully appointed...More
My boyfriend decided to take me to a bed & breakfast for my birthday. As we love making day trips to New Hope, we came across Porches on the Towpath during a visit and decided to give it a try. I can't rave enough of...More
Great bed and breakfast in the heart of downtown New Hope. My wife and I stayed two nights in room 5 and had a wonderful experience. The rooms were charming and the breakfast each morning was delectable. You can park your car for the weekend...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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"11 is accessible/ with free parking - parking is a challenge in this town, but you can walk downtown easily..."