Surrounded by 100 acres of pasture and woodland views, The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm of Buck's County was originally built as a country estate in 1740, and later used by Pulitzer-prize winning playwright George S. Kaufman.
Our New Hope accommodations feature whirlpool tubs, steam showers with body sprays, sunrooms, private balconies, fireplaces, wet bars, terraces and gardens. Select suites offer private connected spa treatment rooms with products that are freshly blended on-site to customize each experience.
Rates include brunch and high tea on weekends, a full gourmet breakfast midweek, and other complimentary foods and wines throughout the day. Regular meals are presented in the conservatory Dining Room which overlooks our on-location trellis gardens, antique French gazebo, pond, junior Olympic-size swimming pool and miniature horses and sheep.
The exquisite décor of our New Hope inn rooms ranges in style from Colonial American and European antiques to Arts & Crafts and East Asian themes.
The stone Manor House dates to 1740. There are luxurious guest suites, each of which offers private bath with steam shower, whirlpool tub, fireplace, wet bar, flat screen TV with Blue Ray DVD, Bose stereo and courtesy snack bar which is replenished daily...
The 19th Century Stone Bank Barn sits on the courtyard and offers guest suites. Each suite features private bath, whirlpool tub, flat screen TV with Blue Ray DVD, Bose stereo and courtesy snack bar which is replenished daily...
The 19th Century Stone Bank Barn sits on the courtyard and offers guest suites. Each suite features private bath, flat screen TV with DVD player, Bose stereo and courtesy snacks, which are replenished daily. Many have expansive views of the horse pastures, wildflower fields and forest.