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1732 Folke Stone Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 11 June 2009

Our first trip to the Brandywine Valley. Folke Stone Inn offered a discount if we stayed four nights, and it was a bargain since there was plenty to do in the valley and in Philadelphia. The old stone house dates to 1732. One wing houses three guest bedrooms; our room had a private bath across the hall, with robes provided for privacy. Hosts were solicitous as to whether the room was warm or cool enough. Breakfast is on Wedgewood china with old family silver service. One cool day, we started with a fire in the dining room fireplace. Breakfasts were plentiful, and different each day. Marcy is a nutritionist, and she puts a lot of thought into well-balanced meals that are beautifully presented. The house is located about 20 minutes from Nemours, Longwood Garden, Winterthur, and Brandywine Museum. Marcy can tell you how to use the commuter train into Philadelphia, and the highlights you ought to see. West Chester is a college town, with many restaurants and shops along one of the main streets. We loved the old house, with its gracious front porch and rockers. We highly recommend it!

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank ChicagoBurnham
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Reviewed 16 July 2007

This was our fifth visit to this wonderful bed and breakfast. We have made Marcy and Walter Schmoll the innkeepers of this cozy stone house our dearest of friends.
We have come to enjoy the warmth of hospitality that larger bed and breakfasts can't provide. The wonderful if not bountiful breakfasts each morning are a delight. If you visit in the fall or winter you will have Walter start a lovely fire in the diningroom fireplace that will warm you all over and adds a nice glow in the morning light.
There are three bedrooms to choose from, all have baths across the hall. Robes are provided for your pleasure and ample towels are available for your use.
Marcy and Walter are very knowledgable about the Brandywine area and can point you in any direction you want to go to explore.
We highly recomment this bed and breakfast, and we will be back again and again.

  • Stayed: July 2007, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 April 2007

Nice, homey, relaxed, affordable visit to west Chester, Pa. While visiting our son at West Chester University we stayed 2 nights at this lovey B&B. Marcy & Walter were friendly, and we enjoyed our conversations together. We stayed in the Rose room. It is one of only 3 rooms in this small sone house built in 1732. We had a very comfortable king sized bed, smal Tv, large closet with Bathrobes provided for our convience and a large private batroom across the small hallway. We were at the end of the hallway so it was very private. Also, it was warm that weekend and the room provided a cross breeze since it was a corner room. Too earlty for the Central AC but it wasn't needed quite yet ayway. Breakfast was served at 8:30 am and was delicious. Fruit coffee or tea, juice, milk blueberry pancakes and fresh organic sausages on the first day. The second day we were served fresh pineapple, fresh muffins, warm from the oven, a 4 cheese egg soufle, ham and toast with blueberry preserves and honey. The front porch, with it's comfortable rocking chairs, were enjoyed by us in the morning and the evening. Our son and his fiance visited with us there where he played the Stineway paino and we sang and danced and later palyed games in the living room. Not too fancy but very relaxed and comfortable and convient to all things in the Brandywine Valley.

Stayed: April 2007
5  Thank novbaby
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