Fur Coat: Vintage
Sweater: Forever 21
I spent a fabulous birthday weekend at the historic (and haunted!) Logan Inn in New Hope, PA. Established in 1727, it is the oldest continuously run inn in Bucks County and one of the five oldest in the United States. Its sixteen luxurious and cozy guest rooms are each furnished with colonial period pieces and antiques. The location is ideal, situated right in the center of town, so all of New Hope’s incredible antique shops and restaurants are within walking distance. And just across the infamous bridge and the Delaware River is New Hope’s sister town Lambertville, NJ. There you will found more shops, art galleries, and cozy cafes. The Logan Inn also has a magnificent restaurant of its own. You can enjoy your meal in the lovely colonial glass enclosed porches or in the cozy Fireside Room which features an imposing stained glass wall created by local artist Val Sigstedt. After spending a cold winter Saturday perusing antiques and art galleries, my room at the Logan Inn was the perfect setting to unwind and relax. A delicious breakfast the next morning near the cozy fireplace was a great way to wrap up the weekend. Although I didn’t see any ghosts (I am a believer), there is no doubt that the elegant Logan Inn is rich with history and hospitality.