Spring House Bed & Breakfast
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Circa 1700's, this restored fieldstone farmhouse is nestled in the heart of historic Spring House, Montgomery Co., Pa. The grounds host a sycamore tree believed to be the oldest in Montgomery Co. Cozy comfort in luxurious beds, antiquess and reproduction furnishing, fireplaces and a country garden will make your visit most memorable.
Spring House is so called because, at one time, of copious springs bubbling forth. The great Minsi trail, a major trading and communication conduit among Mohawk, Iroquois and Lenape villages, wound southward out of the Pocono Mountains eventually passing through Spring House. The site was also an important intersection, as was "Maxatawney Trail." The Europeans would later call it, "The Great Road" and ultimately, "Sumneytown Pike."
Spring House B & B is ideally located for business and tourism. Fort Washington Expo Center is only minutes away. Convenient trips can be made to: Philadelphia, Valley Forge National Park, New Hope and Bucks County, Lancaster, Amish Country and the New Jersey Shore.
Spring House was a stagecoach stop in the 1700's. George Washington and his troops marched down Old Bethlehem Pike and Washington and his troops slept near-by -- in all probability on the property. The Red Coats visited the Spring House Village and the tavern, and communications on this matter may be found in the archives.
Take a stroll to the Village Shopping Center. There are specialty shops, grocery stores, and a variety of great restaurants. Centennial Park and walking trails are adjacent to the home, so bring your walking shoes or bikes. Enjoy driving thru the picturesque farmlands and communities and thru Gwynedd Valley viewing the mansions of Philadelphian summer homes and later permanent residences. Visit Gwynedd Mercy campus and Assumption Hall, which boasts a Georgian Revival style mansion, the estate known as "Willowbrook Farm", "The Home of James Bond"... William Penn Inn was built in 1714 and across from the old Quaker meetinghouse is the oldest continuously operated restaurant in Pennsylvania. Hope Lodge is an absolute must to visit and only minutes away.
- King, Queens and Twin Beds with luxury pillow top mattresses
- Central Air
- Television with cable, DVD and VCR
- We have wireless internet available.
- Luxury baths and soaking tub
- Antique and reproduction furniture in every room
- "Inn Style" breakfast served every morning
Sleep Soundly in our wonderfully comfortable and elegant appointed guest suites or rooms, featuring new pillow top mattresses and down comforters. A total of five guest rooms are available, 4 full size bedrooms and one twin size bedroom.
The Benjamin Franklin Guest Room: Deluxe four poster king size bed, luxury pillow top mattress, two winged back chairs, and a gas log fireplace.
The Sycamore Suite: Two elegantly furnished bedrooms adjoining each other. One contains a four-poster queen sized bed. The adjoining room has two twin beds. Both bedrooms have a view of the old sycamore tree and beautiful gardens. Bedrooms may be occupied seperately with private baths.
The Garden View Suite: Private floor with loft boasts a wonderfully comfortable bedroom with a queen sized bed and one single room with twin bed. Luxurious private bath with 1800's claw foot soaking tub with shower, All the windows have a view of the grounds and the garden. The guest room with the queen size bed may be rented without the smaller bedroom.
All of the guests rooms, except the small twin room, have luxurious pillow top mattresses, cable TV, fireplaces, wireless internet and private baths. Relax or gather and meet new friends in the common room with fireplace or screened gazebo surrounded by old shade, verdant garden. Inn-Style breakfast served every morning.
- A minimum deposit of one night's lodging is required within ten days of making a reservation. Deposits may be made by check, cash, or credit card.
- Cancellations: A ten-day notice is required for a full refund.
- Check-in after 3:00 p.m.
- Check-out by 11:00 a.m.
- No smoking on premises except in designated outdoor locations.