What’s new in Bucks County in 2016?

Originally posted on February 17, 2016 by BucksLocalNews.com
· Hotel du Village celebrates a grand reopening. Returning to Bucks County under the new ownership of Landmark Hospitality, Hotel du Village is poised to become one of Bucks County’s top venues for meetings, weddings and special events. This historic French country estate has been completely renovated and features two ballrooms, each complete with private entrances, separate cocktail rooms and ceremony spaces. With 10-foot ceilings, The Colt Ballroom can accommodate up to 200 guests while The Historic Ballroom can seat up to 140 guests. The hotel offers 22 rooms, a built-in swimming pool, tennis courts and fire pits throughout the grounds. · Oldest continuously-run inn in Bucks County renovates. Logan Inn in New Hope, under the new ownership of Landmark Hospitality, is currently undergoing a complete renovation, both to the inn, as well as the restaurant. The inn’s restaurant features more casual fare, describing itself as “an old-style tavern feel” with a farm-to-table menu concept. As part of the renovations, the inside bar and outdoor patio were completely redone and there are plans for expansion that will include 22 new hotel rooms, private glass-enclosed dining, revamped year-round outdoor dining, and new catering hall. Logan Inn is the oldest continually-run inn in Bucks County and the only in-town hostelry in the National Register of Historic Places.
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