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Nestled in the heart of Bucks County, this historic home is surrounded by over 100 acres of picturesque countryside,
with lots to do. Whether you're casting a fishing line in our pond, where you're likely to hook a bass, or ice skating in the beauty of winter, you will enjoy each season to it's fullest.

Don't be surprised if you see a flock of wild turkeys or Canada geese. Fox pups have played among our thoroughbred horses that grace the terrain against the rise of Buckingham Mountain.

Mill Creek Farm B & B house guests have free and unlimited use of the all-weather, lighted tennis court
and skating pond.

Millcreek Farm was the 1994 Designer house for Bucks County, and as a result each room is unique.


In the manor house, guests may choose from among five distinctively furnished and very private bedrooms. Each bedroom has a queen-size bed with rich linens, lofty duvets, air conditioning and its own full bath. The bedroom layout, with no two rooms sharing a common wall, assures the utmost in peace and quiet.
Millcreek Farm was the 1994 Designer house for Bucks County, and as a result each room is unique.


Travelers expect a B&B to have a good bed and an even better breakfast. Mill Creek Farm doesn't disappoint on either count. Early risers may partake of a buffet consisting of healthful cereals, fresh fruits, muffins, toasting breads, fruit juices, yogurt, really good coffee and a nice selection of teas. Then, your main course is prepared from scratch and served at the time you specify at your own private tableIndividual dietary preferences are cheerfully accommodated when discussed in advance of your visit.



Operating as B&B for the past twenty years, the oldest part of the manor house was originally a 2-room cottage (a hut, really) built in the 1690s. Two more rooms were added in the 1730s by the proprietors of what was then called Sylvan Retreat, a vast dairy and apple farm.  An extensive expansion of the house took place in the 1870s, effectively trebling the size to its current 4,000+ square feet.



Mill Creek Farm B&B is ideally situated for guests coming to Bucks County for a weekend getaway.  It's only a  10 minute drive into Doylestown, PA or to the twin-sister Delaware River villages of New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ.  It's just down the road from the shops and outlets at Peddler's Village in Lahaska, PA.  Playhouses, museums, wineries, pubs, galleries, antique stores and fine dining establishments abound in close proximity.

Mill Creek Farm is in an ideal location, halfway between New Hope and Doylestown, PA, just far enough off the busy byways, the farm's landscaped acres contain a lively duck pond, creek, horse paddocks, pastures, orchards, tennis court and swimming pool. The estate's photogenic early Colonial era buildings include the stone manor house, summer kitchen, smoke house, corn crib, dairy barn, bank barn, and 13-stall stable complex.

The farm is about one mile off the intersection of routes 202/263 and 413, and a mere 5-minute drive to Peddler’s Village in Lahaska.  The drive-time from Center City Philadelphia is about 45 minutes and is under 90 minutes from New York City.

Conveniently located close to the I-95 Corridor.

(Please click here for interactive mapping and driving directions from your location, and a nice, zoomable satellite image of the farm.)



2348 Quarry Road  Buckingham PA 18912 

Mail: P.O. Box 816

Phone: 215-794-3121

Fax: 215-794-7898

Kristi Jones, Innkeeper