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golden plough v. logan inn

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golden plough v. logan inn


My husband and I will be attending a wedding in New Hope, PA this September. The bride and groom listed the Golden Plough Inn and the Logan Inn as two possible accommodations.

Can anyone help us choose one over the other? We are leaning towards the Gold Plough because it is closer to the reception locale: the Holy Hedge Estate.

We would rather not drive too far after the reception is over...

We're also interested in the murder mystery dinner. Has anyone been? Do you recommend it? If not, could you recommend some dining options?


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1. Re: golden plough v. logan inn

I haven't stayed in either location, so can't vouch for the accomodations themselves, but I would lean toward the Logan Inn based on the fact that it's in New Hope, which is a little "hipper" and has many more dining destinations and other diversions than the Peddler's Village location of Golden Plough. Also, in New Hope, you can walk across the bridge to Lambertville, NJ.

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2. Re: golden plough v. logan inn

I am not familiar with the accomodations at either, but I do agree that staying in New Hope would be more fun, and it's only 10 minutes from Lahaska. I can say that as restaurants, the Golden Plough is more of a tourist trap, and the Logan Inn gets more locals. I have a friend who recetly stayed at an inn in Lamberville (right across the river from New Hope, about a two block walk). If that sounds interesting, I can find out from him where it was and how they liked it.

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