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This magnificent Victorian mansion was built in 1927 by William and Martha Chapman. Their architect visited England to study Tudor manor houses. In 1941 at a famous Christmas Party, the Von Trapp family sang in the great hall. After Martha's death in 1960, the mansion was used as a seminary and drug rehabilitation center. After that it was vacant, vandalized, burned, and slated for demolition. Thanks to the Heritage Conservancy, this magnificent structure was saved and completely rehabilitated. Today, it houses the Conservancy's offices and is rented for special events.
Henry Mercer (1856-1930) built Fonthill as his home between 1908 and 1912. The concrete castle boasts 44 rooms, 18 fireplaces, and more than 200 windows of varying size and shape. The interior walls, floors and ceilings are elaborately adorned with an array of Mercer's original handcrafted tiles.Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am to 5pm. Sun: noon to 5pm. Last tour is at 4pm.
This 1916 castle features displays of the implements, folk art, and furnishings of early America. Suspended overhead are a Conestoga wagon, whaling boats, carriages, and antique fire engines. There are 50,000 tools representing more than 60 early American crafts and trades.Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am to 5pm. Tues: 10am to 9pm. Sun: 12pm to 5pm.
This is a relaxed old English country tavern.Open seasonally. Murder Mystery Dinner Theater is offered on Fridays & Saturdays.http://www.peddlersvillage.com/dining/peddlers pub.htm
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Maybe you've come to our hotel in Doylestown to go visit the Willow Grove Naval Base. Could be you're here for the adventure of the nation's oldest zoo, in Philadelphia. Perhaps you're looking to do a little shopping downtown. Either way, we're glad you chose our convenient Hampton Inn® hotel in Doylestown, PA.
Once you've arrived at our hotel, you'll find a lot of great amenities waiting for you in your room. Need to get some work done while you're with us? We offer free high-speed internet access in every guest room. Prop your laptop on our handy lap desk and type away while you watch TV. Or simply listen to your favorite kind of music by pressing one of the preset buttons on your room's alarm clock. When you're ready for some rest, hunker down for the night in our comfiest amenity yet, our clean and fresh Hampton bed®.
Our promise to you includes a clean, comfortable hotel room. In fact, we have 78 of them! If you're traveling with your family, you may opt for a room with two beds. Or, if you're here by yourself on business, why not book a room with a plush, king-sized bed so you can stretch out and relax?
Looking for some extra room to stretch out and relax? Our suites are spacious, comfortable, and convenient.
We've designed our accessible hotel rooms to make our guests with disabilities—as well as friends and family who accompany them—more comfortable.
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