Valley Forge National Historical Park Hotels

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Homewood Suites Valley Forge Hotel, Audubon: Nice place, nice staff

I was there for a quite long stay (5 weeks) while working on my company headquarters’ office nearby. It was a great place to stay, as all rooms are small "apartments", with very comfortable bed, a small living area, and a basic kitchen (essential in such a long stay).

However, I did not use the kitchen as much as expected, as from Mo to Thurs there was complimentary "Welcome Home Reception" with a light dinner and beverages (it was always pretty good, you cannot chose the menu, but it was for free!). Other than that this, the place has only breakfast buffet, no restaurant facilities (even there are quite a few eateries at walking distance: Aplebee, Longhorn, a Mexican, a Chinese...).

The hotel has a small convenience shop (never used it, there is a Wawa in front of the hotel, and a 24/7 Giant very close to). You can use a small fitness room and a business centre with fax and printer. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access in room and all public areas. The staff was really attentive, and the overall experience was excellent.

The place can be a good base to explore the area.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Historical Travel, National/State Park
  • Written November 21, 2006
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The Great Valley House of Valley Forge: Did George Washington Sleep Here?

A lovely 300 year old home in Valley Forge. Built prior to 1720 by an original Welsh settler the house was completed in 1791. Title deeds can be traced back to William Penn in 1681. Their most asked question, "Did George Washington sleep here?" You'll have to go to The Great Valley House to find out.

3 air conditioned bedrooms varying in price $85 to $120 per night. Gourmet breakfast, in room high speed internet access.

Children friendly which is something you do not see at most B & Bs.

The B & B sits on 3 acres. The stone smoke house, the cold storage keep are set out amongst the trees.

The pool is a beautiful, relaxing place to read a book or take a nap (but not in the winter).

Lancaster County (Amish country) is within an hour's drive.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Business Travel, National/State Park
  • Written January 22, 2005

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