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After 35 wonderful years in business, we are announcing our closure, and last day of service, Sunday, June 2nd. We are truly grateful to everyone who has supported us over the last 35 amazing years. The sudden passing of our matriarch, Barbara Faure, in February of 2018, inspired deep reflection upon how precious time is with those you love. Our growing families and long days away from them have prompted us to reevaluate our lifestyles. The Golden Pheasant Inn has always been our second family. We have been very fortunate to have amazing staff that we have been able to call family. However, when a dynamic between personal and professional life becomes imbalanced, the next question for any business owner is to ask how do I juggle the two? For us the simple answer is to focus on our families and be able to have more time with them, especially while our children are still young. Thank you again for all of your support. Reservations are greatly appreciated over the next two weeks. Come help us celebrate 35 amazing years!

The Golden Pheasant Inn

Perfect for a relaxed country meal, a weekend getaway or a glass of wine on our towpath terrace, it is hard to imagine a more picturesque setting than the Golden Pheasant Inn. Located between the Delaware River and Canal in a historic fieldstone Inn, we are recognized on the National Registry of Historic Places. We are only one hour and fifteen minutes from New York City or Philadelphia, and only 20 minutes north of New Hope, PA.

The Inn has been family-owned and operated for over 26 years. We bring the very best local food sources to our guests with an emphasis on fresh, natural, local ingredients, with a menu that changes seasonally. We look forward to welcoming you to the Golden Pheasant Inn and sharing the best of Bucks County!

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