The JOSEPH AMBLER INN--MAP www.josephamblerinn.com 1005 Horsham Road
North Wales, Pennsylvania 19454
Phone 215.362.7500 Fax 215.361.5924 Tucked away on 12 acres of rolling countryside, the Joseph Ambler Inn offers the features expected of a great Country Inn.
Joseph Ambler, a skilled wheelwright, built the original fieldstone house in 1734. The tenant cottage, featuring five guest rooms, and the stone bank-barn housing our Award Winning Restaurant, were added in stages during the 1800 and 1900's. An additional building, the Thomas Wilson House, built in 1856, was moved to the Joseph Ambler Inn in 1997, has been restored and expanded. It houses 10 beautifully appointed guest rooms. The newest and perhaps most spectacular addition is the John Roberts House, adding 15 more luxurious rooms. Named for Joseph Ambler's son-in-law, this house was moved to the grounds of the Inn on November 23, 2003. It was picked up and painstakingly moved 2 miles — a feat that took almost 16 hours. Peaceful lawns, gardens, and meadows surround the buildings.
Fifty-two guest rooms are tastefully decorated with antique and period furnishings... all with telephones, computer modem access, cable televisions, air conditioning, and private modern baths. Many also boast fireplaces and spa tubs. Each room possesses an individual flavor which adds to the unique character of the Inn. Overnight guests are treated to a complimentary full country breakfast.
Ed & Barbara Frazer, Innkeepers
The John Kindig House Bed & Breakfast is a plaster over clapboard 1864 farmhouse. Tastefully decorated with a blend of reproduction and antique furnishings and original artwork. enjoy one of our four comfortable guest rooms, each with large private bathroom, air conditioning, color TV w/cable and queen size bed. Start your day with a full breakfast in our country dining room (unless you are Dr. Goodyear's patient and unable to eat prior to surgery). Later, enjoy our in-ground swimming pool(weather permitting), rest in one of the rocking chairs on the wrap around porch or unwind on the large rear deck. Explore the gardens or relax in the gazebo near the pond. Watch our small flock of ducks as they stroll through the yard. Hopefully you will spot one of the many colorful birds or other wildlife that inhabit our property or the adjoining woodland. Later relax in our large living room with fireplace.
Queen size bed, Air Conditioning, Radio/Alarm clock, color TV/VCR with cable, desk or writing table
Telephone (free local calls/calling card long distance) with messaging
Large private bathroom.
THE MORGAN HUGHES HOMESTEAD -(**)(3 miles to NPHI)*MAP www.morganhugheshomestead.com
1100 Sumneytown Pike
215-362-6898 View Accommodations
This land and homestead was once owned by a Welsh family headed by Hugh Edward Morgan. He initially lived in the nearby Philadelphia suburb of Radnor with his family. Hugh Morgan's son Edward and his wife, Elizabeth "nee" Jarman, then settled on this property after their marriage, where the original Homestead building was constructed circa 1714. Edward Morgan, and his wife Elizabeth would have a number of offspring, including Sarah Morgan. Sarah married Squire Boone in 1720, at nearby Gwynnedd Friends Meeting House (Quaker) and later gave birth to the legendary Daniel Boone. This historic property is now known as "Morgan Hughes Homestead Bed and Breakfast."