|by The Budget Travel Editors||Art + Culture, Biking, Canoeing and Kayaking, Fishing, Hiking and Climbing, Leaf Peeping, Nature Appreciation, Shopping, Pennsylvania||0|
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, always manages to surprise Budget Travelers with its effortless blend of style, sophistication, and rustic beauty. This is a place where you can choose between kayaking and antiquing, or easily do both on the same lazy summer day. In fall, the place lights up with some of the mid-Atlantic's most beautiful foliage.
That's why we love Travelzoo's deal at the 1740 House hotel, with rates starting at $119 (that's 40 percent off). The 18th-century farmstead-turned-inn offers country-style lodging, easy access to the Delaware Canal State Park's biking, hiking, fishing, and kayaking, and it's a quick drive to the world-class art and antiques in New Hope and Lambertville. This is a great summer getaway, but the deal extends into October for travelers looking to get their leaf-peeping on.
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