Clean and cozy. A mix of sophistication and country décor.
Master bedroom has queen size bed and blackout curtains. Second bedroom has full size bed. Stone patio in back yard. Fire pit, horseshoe pits, coffee, toaster, secure wireless internet, cable smart TV, DVD player, walking distance to diner and Fonthill. Minutes to town center. Max occupancy designed for families with children due to modest room sizes. Located on state route 313, close to Main St. Private parking.
Close to Doylestown Airport, Doylestown Hospital. Walking distance to Fonthill museum and shopping. Located in Historic Doylestown Borough, this is a small house with a large yard. This house is not in the historic section of the borough. Therefore, there is private, off-street parking for 3 cars.
Check-in is limited to between 3 - 9 PM. Please let us know the expected time of arrival so that we may greet you for entry. Due to high demand, we can only consider requests that work well with our check in time frame.
Stays may be subject to additional cleaning fees depending on condition of home at time of departure.
You are close to everything the borough has to offer, including a mix of business and single family homes. The borough is a busy place and this is an older house on a 2 lane, main road (Rt. 313). The road can be very busy during rush hours and lunch hour. This location also puts you across the street and down 1/2 a block from a small diner and 2 doors down from a spa. If you are sensitive to road noise, this may not be the place for you. Please, do not book with us if the road noise will cause you to give us less than a 5 star rating on your experience.
We are 1/2 block from Fonthill castle and park. Please see our guidebook for their information. They frequently have family oriented events there and you can schedule a tour of the castle before you arrive.
We are minutes from the center of town. Bring your bikes for a quick bike ride into town. There is much to see and do in the town center, so please check the Doylestown Borough website or Doylestown Alive website for a list of scheduled activities.
If you would like to visit one of the fine restaurants in the town center on the weekends, you will need to reserve ahead of time. Most of these places have limited seating and are very popular. For a more informal meal, see our guide book or visit one of the 3 large shopping centers nearby.
the County Theater is another popular destination. It is known for its independent films and iconic building.
As an older home, the bedrooms and bathroom are a modest size. The occupancy limit of 4 is intended for families with children. For a party of all adults, we suggest a limit of 3.
You have an entire home to yourself with a fully equipped kitchen.
There is 40" smart TV complete with FIOS extended cable service, DVD player and some DVDs.
Great outdoor space with fire pit, patio set, horseshoes, etc. Wood is available for the fire pit. Let us know if plan to use the fire pit so that we make sure there is sufficient wood and a bucket of water. Please note that there are no lights in back yard. if you want to use the fire pit, you will need to start the fire during daylight hours.
"Doylestown, Pa,is one of the great small Americana towns still thriving through small businesses. In 2013 Travel and Leisure Magazine named Doylestown as the #13 best small town to visit in the entire country, as well as #1 for Arts and Culture! As the county seat of Bucks County, Doylestown has a big city feel, with small town appeal. With a rich history, passionate community, and an eclectic mix of businesses, restaurants, and services, Doylestown is where Norman Rockwell meets modern day lifestyle, offering authentic experiences for its beloved residents and welcomed visitors! "
There is lots to do in the area from canoeing, boating, hiking, touring, etc. Lots of family activities in the area also. Please see our guide for suggestions.
The "heart" of Doylestown Borough has limited, metered street parking. There is a county parking garage accessible from Broad St and/or Main St, but you will need to walk a few blocks or wait for the shuttle. There are very nice places to eat there, but they are small and usually booked or very busy on the weekends. Weekday or daytime (before 6 PM), in general, is a good time to visit and pop into a local eatery with a good chance of getting immediate seating and maybe even on street parking. Walking around town and stopping in the small shops is something us locals love to do. The Bagel Barrel is very popular for morning coffee or lunch time sandwiches on a bagel. the bagels are made on site and are wonderfully fresh.
Doylestown is a very family oriented place. On any given weekend, there is likely to be some type of event in the town center or nearby. There is even a Santa in the Christmas season. You can check the Borough website under visitors and events.
Doylestown Borough has been named as the third best place in America to live by Leaf Filter North, Inc. "Doylestown is in a great location if you prefer to live in a smaller community while still living close to a big city like Philadelphia. It’s considered a borough, but don’t let that fool you. The area offers great shopping and dining, and a family-friendly atmosphere. As an added bonus, take the extremely affordable SEPTA Regional Rail from Doylestown to connect to practically anywhere in the Philadelphia area."
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