Built in the 1700's and considerably enlarged and remodeled in 1871 and again in the 1990's, Evermay on-the-Delaware is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Located on 25 acres of lush pastures, woodland and gardens between the Delaware River and Canal, the hotel is central to exploring Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Within a short distance of the hotel is antiquing, historic sites, galleries and museums, parks and canoeing. Nevertheless, Evermay on-the-Delaware achieves a serenity that, while it is no longer a secret, continues to make it very much a discovery.
The hotel prides itself in providing both substance and style, with a lack of pretense. It projects an air of calm and quiet, allowing visitors to feel like houseguests at a country home.
We invite you to explore our website and learn about our award winning dining, beautiful guest rooms, and what makes a stay at Evermay on the Delaware so special.