Milford on the Delaware

A Charming River Town

 

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CHESTNUT HILL ON THE DELAWARE

63 Church St. Milford NJ 08848
(888) 333-2242

One of New York magazine’s "30 Best Getaways," and featured as a five star bed and breakfast inn on Trip Advisor and bedandbreakfast.com,  Milford's Chestnut Hill on the Delaware offers serene views from its rooms, verandas, and terraced gardens above the lower Delaware, a nationally recognized Wild and Scenic River.  Innkeepers Rob and Linda Castagna opened Chestnut Hill in 1982.  Their warm restoration of the inn's two Victorian homes is complemented by a host of modern amenities, from whirlpool baths to wireless Internet, from traditional B & B lodging to majestic all-suite accommodations.  Chestnut Hill is situated within walking distance of Milford, NJ, a picturesque river town.  Open year-round, Chestnut Hill welcomes hikers, cyclists, cross-country skiers, balloonists, tubers, anglers, canoeists, and the unblushingly idle.

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        BRIDGETON HOUSE ON THE DELAWARE
1525 River Road
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972
(888) 982-2007 or (610) 982-5856


Beautifully situated on the banks of the Delaware River, Bridgeton House Country Inn is decorated in a sophisticated artistic style with sumptuous feather beds, luxury linens, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, balconies, French doors, and river views. Celebrating 33 years of lodging on the Delaware. Open Year-Round.

Website: BridgetonHouse.com


Email: Innkeeper@bridgetonhouse.com
         
 
      GOLDEN PHEASANT INN
763 River Road
Erwinna, PA 18920
(610) 294-9595


Located 6 Miles South of the Milford Bridge on Rte. 32 in Pennsylvania. Enjoy quaint canal-side dining and luxurious lodging.

GoldenPheasant.com
Acknowledgment by the website admin: Special thanks is owed to Linda Castagna of Chestnut Hill. While some photos on this website were offered up by individuals, the vast majority of the beautiful photography you see on these pages was taken by Linda Castagna. Her generosity in sharing these photos with the world should be noted. It is her vision that helped shape this website. "It cannot be done that way" was never a part of her vocabulary. Thanks Linda!
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