Just returned from a trip to Bucks County,Pa. and want to let everyone know that if they want a visit to a place that is quiet,laid back, and very comfortable, they should visit Frog Hollow.
As the advertisement says, the property is on a little traveled road which makes for 0 noise,especially if you, like us, enjoy leaving the windows open to smell the fresh country breezes.
We had the Porch Room, one of three rooms and while small, it had everything we needed for comfort. It was filled with light which we enjoyed.
The breakfasts were yummy, including the omelet with eggs from their own chickens. I guess I need to mention that the place is a farm of sorts : There are Ben and Jerry,the sheep , who are just like dogs,liking to be petted and "Baa-Baa" is what you will hear when you go out. They call to you to come visit. Then, there are the outdoor and in door cats plus Gracie, the Jack Russell Terrier,who followed us up to our bedroom and rolled over on hisback to have his tummy rubbed.
I want to add, however,if you are not an animal lover,not to worry. When we were there, the animals only made their appearance after some people had left who did not care for them. The owners made sure that they were not out to bother people.They are very good with that as well as with making several breakfasts each morning to suit all sorts of food allergies. We were amazed having just come from another B & B in which everyone ate the same thing. They mean to please!
The grounds are lovely and green,about 5 acres, with a front and back porch which you will want to sit on,especially while drinking the "to die" for coffee each morning.
I can't say enough good things about this place. If you are thinking of visiting New Hope or Doylestown, I recommend staying here. It is out of town,yes,but unless you need to be in the heart of the city, stay here where you will enjoy the lovely hospitality of this couple .The drive to the above cities,along the River Road, is lovely and you will not mind driving it more than once for the wonderful scenery.