Deal of the Day: Relaxing Old-World Luxury in Quaint Bucks County, PA, from $149
As you might guess by the name, Peddler’s Village is one of those too-quaint-to-believe throwback towns that make you forget about Facebook, self-driving cars, and fiber optics. The old Quaker spirit is alive and well in this Bucks County, Pennsylvania destination with about 65 boutiques, fantastic restaurants that make the most of the abundant local bounty, and proximity to the many galleries and antique shops throughout the rest of Buck County. And lest we forget to mention two special words: apple picking. The Golden Plough Inn is right in sync with the ambiance of the town, what with its handsome mahogany furniture, fireplaces in each room, Colonial era design touches, and maple-filled chocolates on your pillow each night. It’s only 45 minutes from downtown Philly and 90 minutes from New York City, but it feels a world away.
With this exclusive Travelzoo deal, you can stay in one of the charming one-bedroom suites with a fireplace and Jacuzzi for $149/night Sunday through Thursday until September 29, then $159/night Sunday through Thursday from October 2 to November 30. Friday night stays are available for $249/night through November 25. This deal comes packed with a bunch of fun extras, like a pair of tickets to the restored Grand Carousel that debuted at the 1922 World’s Fair, a cheese tasting for two, and a la carte breakfast at the hotel’s Buttonwood Café, which is one of the hotel’s several eateries. Other restaurants include an English-style pub and an American tavern featuring classic bar bites, like burgers and pizza. There’s also a kid-friendly cafe.