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Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner, a casual drink or fresh air while dining on our patio, you will be pleased with our eclectic menu and warm hospitality. Guests especially enjoy the carefully chosen wine and beer lists and year-round calendar of events. We can host your wedding, shower, birthday party, office party, or any special occasion!
The hotel has eleven beautifully restored rooms with private baths for your stay. Relax in our lounge in front of the fire, take a walk down the street to Lenape Park or step downstairs for a drink at our antique bar before a comfortable nights rest.
McCoole's provides a fine dining experience, for a casual dining budget. Enjoy our made to order menu in a 300 year old inn with history abound. McCoole's has acquired the old "Main Street Theatre" next door. This building dates back to the early 1800's when it was used as a livery stable for the inn. The recently renovated livery stable can accommodate
catering events for 20 to 200 people, and the upstairs black box theatre hosts stage productions and usical events. The livery stable is available for weddings, banquets, training seminars, corporate meetings, etc.
Glen Foerd on the Delaware
Glen Foerd on the Delaware, established in 1850, is the last remaining riverfront estate open to the public in the city of Philadelphia. Its 18-acre grounds are free and open to the public daily from dawn until dusk. Tours of the estate's Gilded Age
historic, mansion which features an art gallery & German rathskellar, are available Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM April through December. The estate is available for event rentals. Glen Foerd on the Delaware is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is located on the confluence of the Poquessing Creek and Delaware River. The estate was saved from demolition by a coalition of dedicated neighbors in the immediate community. They formed the non-profit Glen Foerd Conservation Corporation to manage and operate the estate, which is leased from Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. Over the last three decades, Glen Foerd Conservation Corporation has raised funds and organized projects and programs to stabilize the site and increase public access. The estate grounds are free to the public and open everyday from dawn to dusk.
Bensalem Township Country Club
Celebrations Wedding Venue
Fisher's Tudor House Restaurant
Pen Ryn Mansion / Belle Voir Manor