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One of America’s Best Music Festivals, according to USA Today, is only a short hour’s drive from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast. ‪#‎Firefly2015‬ 

http://www.hamanassett.com/blog/2015/06/03/americas-best-music-fest-short-drive-from-hamanassett
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Breakfast at Hamanassett: This delicious breakfast treat is perfect for summer.
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The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia hosts the Art of the Brick....LEGO that is! http://www.hamanassett.com/blog/2015/05/18/franklin-institute-hosts-the-art-of-the-brick-lego
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Genghis Khan, one of the world’s greatest and most misunderstood leaders, will have his own exhibit at the Franklin Institute, less than 30 miles from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.
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For chocolate lovers, indulge in the sweet history of chocolate at the Hagley Museum, about 13 miles from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.
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There are numerous pop-up beer gardens in the areas surrounding Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast to choose from this summer. http://www.hamanassett.com/blog/2015/05/29/beer-gardens-pop-up-all-around-hamanassett
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Paul Durand-Ruel exhibit runs from June 24 through Sept. 13. http://www.hamanassett.com/blog/2015/05/27/discover-impressionism-paul-durand-ruel-at-philly-art-museum
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Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast has earned TripAdvisor’s prestigious Certificate of Excellence award AND earned a spot in the Hall of Fame for being a five-time Certificate of Excellence recipient.
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The Philly Pops will perform a Memorial Day Salute to Broadway on May 23 at Longwood Gardens, which is only a short ways down the road from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast. http://www.hamanassett.com/blog/2015/05/16/philly-pops-perform-at-longwood-gardens
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Chefs and winemakers come together May 13-17 at the MidAtlantic Wine and Food Festival with its 40 venues in four states over four days. #winefest   #cheers  
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115 Indian Springs Drive Chester Heights, Pennsylvania 19063
115 Indian Springs DriveUSPennsylvaniaChester Heights19063
(610) 459-3000hamanassett.com
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B&B in 19th-century country house with elegantly decorated rooms, plus free snacks, drinks & WiFi.- Google
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Holly Papp
a year ago
This was the best trip ever. Staying at the Hamanassett was both enjoyable and relaxing. Ashley and Glenn were the most professional, yet friendly hosts we've met. There is no better "bang for the buck." The breakfasts were over-the-top great and the room was comfortable and expertly furnished. Whenever we stay in the Brandywine area we don't have to look for accommodations ever again. We would always book the Hamanassett. Holly and Joe
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Chip Barkel
a year ago
I first stayed at Hamanassett seven nights in May 2011 with my (same-sex) partner and we felt like we had come home to welcoming relatives rather than being first-time customers patronizing a tony boutique-style historical hotel. Ashley and Glenn could not have been lovelier or friendlier. Hamanassett is an elegant step back in time. Their elegant home, estate really, is beautifully appointed with antiques collected over generations. Staying a full week allowed us a look at all facets of the operation and we had nothing but compliments- for them AND their staff. I had planned excursions to local museums ( like Winterthur ), but my partner didn’t want to leave Hamanassett, preferring to sleep in, have a leisurely breakfast ( absolutely gourmet ), rock in rockers on the porch or wander the grounds. I pondered what the best part was: gourmet chocolate chip cookies, breakfasts worthy of any discerning gourmand, the beautifully decorated suites, extensive DVD collection, free access to both Port and Sherry, or the luxurious sheet on very comfortable mattresses, rising early and reading on the patio with a bottomless coffee cup while listening to the birds singing in the country setting. I couldn’t decide. ALL OF THE ABOVE. I travel the world for my job for weeks at a time and I have stayed at some wonderful 5-star hotels and resorts, but Hamanassett is by far the best accommodation – hands down. No details have been overlooked- maps, restaurant recommendations, favorite breakfast recipes are all at the ready, along with an eagerness to delight the guests. Ashley and Glenn are truly exceptional innkeepers who work hard at maintaining both the property and their guests’ experiences. It’s the small hotel that you won’t want to leave, but when you do, you’ll be promising yourself you’ll return soon. So far, I have returned a couple of times and it only gets better with age.
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A Google User
4 years ago
I live in the neighbourhood this B&B is in, and it's a beautiful place. To the review about the owners not being pet friendly: My lab has run away a few times and more often then not they've found her and taken good care to give her back to us. If you really think that leaving your dogs to lay waste in a room because you've "protected" it, you are SADLY mistaken. Get a clue, sir.
Richard Phillips
4 months ago
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Carl Deitrich
a year ago
We spent out 10th anniversary weekend with Ashley and Glenn. They were perfect hosts and the weekend was wonderful. The breakfast were a gastronomical delight and there was enough of it that neither my wife or I needed a lunch. The facilities and neighborhood were quaint and well kept. I would highly recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone visiting the Brandywine area of Pennsylvania. I'm sure we'll be back to stay, maybe for next year's 11th anniversary. Regards, Carl & Elaine
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John Kimmel
a year ago
I love this place and the owners are fabulous! and the rooms are exquisite , the scenery is fabulous..very peaceful relaxing place ;)
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Kimberly Razzano
8 months ago