A Brandywine Valley Bed and Breakfast in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
The Pennsbury Inn is a lovely and comfortable Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast inn near Longwood Gardens in the historic Brandywine Valley. Our historic Chadds Ford, PA bed and breakfast inn offers seven sumptuous bedrooms, private baths, large living room with huge open fireplace, library, music room, and private conference room. Discover the treasures of the Brandywine Valley, Philadelphia, and beyond from your exclusive Pennsylvania lodging home base. Located on eight acres of landscaped grounds bordered by woodland trails, this Chadds Ford bed and breakfast hideaway is perfect for intimate weddings, receptions, anniversary dinners, bridal showers, and business meetings.
A Historic & Comfortable place to stay in the Brandywine Valley
"A tranquil setting on eight acres of flowers and trees, fountains and a goldfish filled reflecting pool, it is the ultimate in solitude, harmonious and peaceful, with much to offer for a privileged weekend or longer. The inn is a fine base for bicycling and hiking, and, as a bonus, a number of restaurants are nearby, including some in nearby Kennett Square, a rural community in which chefs pay their nightly culinary respects to the fungi (mushrooms) that grow abundantly in this part of America."
Ralph Collier, Main Line Times
"Nightscape" at Longwood Gardens
Special Ticketing available thru the PENNSBURY INN
While the Fountains undergo the needed renovation, Longwood introduces its most spectacular special show since the Bruce Munro fiber optic light show. From July thru October / Wednesday thru Saturday Evenings, NIGHTSCAPE will delight the Longwood faithful and all other visitors to the Brandywine Valley.
To allow as many guests to see this very special show- Longwood has enlisted the PENNSBURY INN to make tickets available to our guests. We have gone one step further and will offer discounts and even free tickets with stays in our B&B.
Some tickets will allow for a datime visit to the garden as well. Pick the day you actually want to see NIGHTSCAPE and call us for details.
A one night stay = Up to two discounted tickets
A two night stay= one ticket at half off, and one discounted ticket
A three night stay =- one free admission and one discounted ticket
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Help with this website
"Tabs" above contain useful information and links to all things relevant to the Pennsbury Inn and your stay in the Brandywine Valley
- Specials = "DEALS" (Cheryl loves deals) we, and our local partners extend to you
- The Local Guide tab is where you will find info on the "attractions" and places to go in the area
- AND "The Local Guide Tab" has info on the Restaurants that consistently please our guests and make Chip rounder than he should be.
- The Promotions Tab talks about upcoming events and exibitions,( usually on a specific date or for some specific time period) that are happening in the area
- REMEMBER you can see pictures of the rooms, make your reservations right online, and call if anything doesn't work or make sense to you.
Trip-Advisor ~Love It or Hate It
Below is a quote from the blog, The Frugal Traaveler which is linked to, below.
We all use Trip Advisor - BUT are we using it wisely?
Click the link- its 4 min of reading that really helps get the most out of one of the largest Travel sites there is.
I travel about 180 days a year, so I think about TripAdvisor a lot. When I’m not using it, the guy next to me on the bus is. And here’s my conclusion: I love TripAdvisor. I hate TripAdvisor. It amazes me. It terrifies me. It has made travel infinitely better. It has ruined travel forever.
But love it or hate it, you’d better use it right. Here are the questions and answers most essential to the TripAdvisor experience.
From the Frugal Traveler Jan 1 2013 Using Trip Advisor
The Washington Post
The Brandywine Valley was recently reviewed by the above named illustrious newspaper. (Remember Newspapers) The Pennsbury Inn impressed the writer enough to favorably mention us in the piece.
Click this story link to help you plan your trip.
36 Hours in Brandywine Valley
The Brandywine Valley has many things to do! Click this story to plan a 36 hour visit in the Brandywine Valley.
This is part of the NY Times noted "36 Hours In" series