5 Jaw-Dropping Airbnbs For Rent in the Delaware River Towns

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5 Jaw-Dropping Airbnbs For Rent in the Delaware River Towns

Just 90 minutes outside of New York and Philadelphia, tucked among lush landscapes, winding waters and scenic streets are the Delaware River Towns.
Whether you’re taking in the arts, searching for antique treasures, planning an outdoor adventure, or just looking for a weekend of rest and relaxation, you can find the perfect place to stay on your next visit. In addition to historic inns and riverfront hotels, there is an increasingly supply of amazing homes to rent. Check out five awesome Airbnbs currently renting in the region:

Storybook Cottage in New Hope

Nestled among tall redwood trees and giant junipers, the historic, stone cottage is the perfect, peaceful getaway! One of the original structures dating back to the 1700’s, the cottage is one of the most unique stone buildings on the farm. Guests are welcome to take a walk down to the pond, visit with the chickens by the garden, and explore the open fields and wooded areas.
The cottage offers cozy leather furniture in front of the walk-in fireplace. Exposed beams, mercer tile and décor reminiscent of an old English pub add to the ambiance. The kitchen is complete with modern amenities and original charm. Follow the wooden staircase to the loft bedroom and relax in a queen sized Temperpedic bed. Enjoy the English garden views from the sunroom off of the bedroom.
Fresh linens and towels are always included in your stay. To enhance your farm experience, the cottage will be stocked with our own fresh organic eggs and seasonal flowers. Read more.

Historic in New Hope

This historic whole private apartment comprising a whole floor of a gorgeously renovated historic 1840 brick townhouse. High ceilings, original moldings, huge windows and hardwood floors throughout. Quiet bedroom with blackout curtains for sleeping in. Gourmet kitchen with full sized Bosch appliances. Carrera marble bathroom with step-in shower. See more here.


Rooftop Deck in Lambertville

Stay in a gorgeous completely private 2 bedroom converted 19th century firehouse apartment in the center town. This two story home features two bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen, Victorian details and a 500 square foot roof deck. The bathroom includes a sit down shower with steamer and a deep jetted tub to help melt the stress away. Discover more here.


Farmhouse with a Pool in Upper Black Eddy

This Farmhouse comfortably sleeps 8 and includes a huge kitchen plus outdoor gas grill make this a cook’s paradise. Lounge by the pool in summer months or sit in the screened porch watching the butterflies that flock to our echinacea flower garden. Birdwatchers will be rewarded! 2 fireplaces for cozy winter evenings, TV with DVD player & Chromecast device for access to Netflix and other web-streaming video services, Wi-Fi. Read more.

Treetops in Tinicum

My place is close to the Delaware River and the canal. Just 250ft from the canal, you are on a bike or walking path connecting the towns of Stockton, Frechtown, Lambertville, and New Hope. The Sand Castle Winery is also in walking distance. River Country Tubing Company offers shuttles and tubes, for a relaxing afternoon on the river. You’ll love my place because of the coziness, high ceilings, natural light and privacy. The galley kitchen is equipped with every pot and pan you might need. See more.


One thought on “5 Jaw-Dropping Airbnbs For Rent in the Delaware River Towns

  1. I think it is in poor taste to promote AirBnB while legitimate, licensed, insured, inspected and compliant B&B’s are struggling to compete with other platforms. Licensed lodging facilities promote tourism and collect taxes that AirBnB rentals do not. I wonder how many real B&B’s who are paid members of DRT will appreciate you promoting these illegal rentals?

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