Take A Vacation to Chadds Ford PA

Take A Vacation to Chadds Ford PA

Pennsylvania Select Registry – November 8, 2014

The state of Pennsylvania is full of hidden gems and special places to discover.  For example, Chadds Ford PA is a lovely town just thirty miles away from Philadelphia that has tons of history and plenty of charm. Chadds Ford is part of what is known as the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania, and the town has a firm place in American History due to its role in the Battle of Brandywine in the American Revolutionary War. There are many historic and cultural points of interest to visit in town and the idyllic surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for a getaway dedicated to just taking it easy.  Whether you want a full itinerary or a laid back couple of days away from your day-to-day, Chadds Ford PA is a great place to visit.

About Chadds Ford PA

Chadds Ford PA is located in Delaware County, in the southeastern part of the state. Until 1996 the township was actually known as Birmingham township. The town was home to illustrator N.C. Wyeth, his famous American realist painter son Andrew Wyeth, and grandson Jamie Wyeth (also a painter). The Battle of Brandywine was fought here on September 11, 1777.  While it was a loss for the American troops, it remains an important part of the nation’s history and the battlefield remains an important link to the past. The town is full of landmarks and interesting places to visit.

Chadds Ford PA Points of Interest

For history buffs, there is no shortage of places to visit in Chadds Ford PA. The Brandywine Battlefield is at the top of the list for scholars and casual visitors alike, as it has such significance in the history of our nation.   The Brandywine River Art Museum is home to a showcase of art from the Wyeth family, notably Andrew Wyeth, who was an important figure in the American realist movement. Other points of interest include: Brandywine Wildflower and Native Plant Gardens, Chad House, Chaddsford Winery, the Gilpin Homestead, the christian C. Sanderson Museum, the William Painter Farm, and Twaddell’s Mill and House.

Where to Stay in Chadds Ford PA

When you plan your vacation to Chadds Ford PA, you should take advantage of the excellent Select Registry properties in town.  There are two exceptional properties to choose from:

The Fairville Inn () has thirteen elegant rooms and two beautiful suites to accommodate you during your stay in the Brandywine Valley.  The rooms and suites feature antique furnishings and include amenities like luxury linens, private bathrooms, bathrobes, fireplaces, and more. It is located near many of the key points of interest in Chadds Ford, so you’ll be just minutes away from the activities and attractions you might want to visit. Your stay will include a full gourmet breakfast each morning.  A bountiful buffet is accompanied by a daily selection of three hot entrees.

Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast is a grand 1856 English Country house sitting on seven acres in the Brandywine Valley.  Its five guest rooms and two suites await you with antique furnishings, luxury linens, private baths, bathrobes, and fireplaces. There are also two cottages on the property if you need more spacious accommodations or if you’re traveling with children six and up. Each morning you will enjoy an elaborate breakfast with several courses that change daily.


No matter which of these Select Registry properties you choose for your Chadds Ford PA accommodations, we know you’ll have an amazing getaway and and unforgettable experience!

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