Huffington Post Calls GPI a “Must See” in Bucks County”
Averting the crowded apple orchards and bumpy hay rides of autumn, I opted for a high- end weekend in Bucks County. This quaint corner of Pennsylvania is the very definition of the “country” to the proverbial “town,” where New Yorkers, Philadelphians and others have come to escape their hectic workaday lives for over a century.
After my own frenzied day in Manhattan, Friday night found me in Holicong, Pa., for a luxurious stay in the 1740 Manor House at the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm, former home of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright George Kaufman. Each suite in the Manor House is named after one of his works. Mine was “Dancing in the Dark” (an homage to his 1949 film), perched on the third floor featuring two bathrooms with Frette towels and Bvlgari toiletries, a bedroom with luxurious European down bedding and a sitting room with a fireplace, two chaise lounges and a large jacuzzi tub.