Wedgwood Inn Bed and Breakfast

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This 1870 inn on the site of a British fort boasts a basement tunnel, where munitions once were stored, and a secret staircase. And to make it more like something out of a spooky movie, the skeleton of a Hessian soldier was found in a basement chimney. The secret staircase, with its hidden wall, were believed to have been used to hide runaway slaves. The ghost of a 12-year-old slave named Sarah has appeared to children here for several decades.

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111 W Bridge St
New Hope, PA 18938
United States

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40.36373, -74.955962
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
New Hope, PA (0.2 mi.)
Lambertville, NJ (0.7 mi.)
Stockton, NJ (3.3 mi.)
Newtown Grant, PA (7.2 mi.)
Pennington, NJ (9.0 mi.)
Newtown, PA (9.3 mi.)
Doylestown, PA (9.9 mi.)
Tinicum, PA (9.9 mi.)
Yardley, PA (10.0 mi.)
Plumsteadville, PA (10.2 mi.)

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