Pennsbury Inn – Wilmington Area Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast

Author: , May 13th, 2018

Pennsbury Inn

Located just five minutes from Longwood Gardens and 10 minutes from Wilmington, DE, The Pennsbury Inn Bed & Breakfast is a lovely and comfortable country B&B in the Brandywine Valley, with seven sumptuous bedrooms and private baths, large living room with huge open fireplace, library, music room and private conference room on 8 acres of landscaped grounds.

Built mostly in 1714 and 1749 on land purchased from William Penn’s commissioners in 1681, the house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

An historically prominent Bed & Breakfast in the heart of the Brandywine Valley offering exceptional accommodations.

The Pennsbury Inn is situated on eight acres of sculptured grounds bordered by woodland trails, offering privacy for special events such as wedding receptions, anniversary dinners, bridal showers, corporate meetings and catered parties. We are located in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, only minutes from Delaware and the city of Philadelphia.

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Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Pennsbury Inn Bed & Breakfast, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania

Author: , February 28th, 2015

Pennsbury Inn Bed & Breakfast – Chadds Ford, PennsylvaniaPeriodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Gay friendly bed & breakfast in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania – In the Brandywine Valley, just 10 minutes from Wilmington, DE and 20 minutes from Philadelphia.

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PA: The Bucolic Bandywine Valley

Author: , November 20th, 2011

Brandywine Valley Gay TravelWith its bucolic rolling hills, quaint colonial-era homes and vineyards, the Southeast Pennsylvania countryside is the perfect place to escape the nearby megalopolis’ hustle and bustle. And it’s even closer than one may think.

Located roughly an hour southwest of Philadelphia, the Brandywine Valley provided the backdrop for one of the country’s most celebrated artistic dynasties.

Born in Chadds Ford along the Brandywine River on July 12, 1917, Andrew Wyeth was the youngest of illustrator and artist N.C. Wyeth’s five children. N.C. Wyeth became famous in 1911 when he painted a series of illustrations that appeared in Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island,” but Andrew Wyeth became renowned in his own right with “Christina’s World,” “Winter 1946” and a series of paintings of Helga Testorf and neighbors Anna and Karl Kruener.

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