3 Ensuite Bedrooms, Den, Living Room, Gas Fireplace & Pool In The Summer Months
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About Betsy Low
Native New York City girl and a lover of Bucks County! Can provide tips and suggestions on all the best antiquing, restaurants, bars, sightseeing and any activities you are interested in covering the entire County.
Betsy Low purchased this House in 2015
Why Betsy Low chose Point Pleasant
My home is the best rental property online in Bucks County. It has all the charm and history you could possibly want for your country getaway, all year round. This historical home is perfect for the leaf-changing season in the fall, cozening up to the fireplace in the winter, antiquing and driving around with the top down in the spring and taking a dip in the magnificent backyard pool in the summer.
What makes this House unique
All bedrooms have their own en suite bathrooms for extra privacy...no sharing required! Plus a powder room on the main floor. Very unique for an old home such as this and cannot be found anywhere for rent in the entire area.
Check-in: 2:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Smoking permitted only outside of the house
An extra fee will be incurred.
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Charm and hospitality
Two friends and I stayed in Betsy's stunning Bucks County home for a long-awaited girls' weekend. We spent a lot of time indoors in front of the fireplace catching up, and sharing meals in this well-appointed, -stocked and charming home. Betsy is an extraordinary host; she greeted us, explained everything and checked in with us now and then to make sure all was to our liking. On one of the days we hiked on the Delaware canal towpath a few miles to the Black Bass Hotel for a wonderful lunch. Another day we had brunch at Stella in town - wow - and one of our dinners was at the Lambertville Station, also wonderful. I'd recommend to anyone looking for a beautiful area, foodie experiences, luxe comfort, and a responsive and warm host...thank you Betsy!!!
So lovely hosting you are your fabulous group. Come back again when the pool is open!
Lovely place with historic character
Betsy was a wonderful host. We had 3 couples staying and there was plenty of room. It is a historic home so you will find some quirky things based on that. Two of the individuals in the group have difficulty getting around so that presented some issues BUT both of them said they would not have changed the location. The charm was worth the climb
Another perfect stay!
We love this house- the location and the host. This was out second time and we look forward to staying again!
Perfect place for a relaxing weekend
Betsy's place is gorgeous, location is outstanding with a quaint little town.
We felt at home over the weekend and we would love to go back during the colder months.
Historic spot, great location
Bucks County has some beautiful towns to explore and Pierre House is in a great location for visiting all of them. You’re only 15-20 min from NewHope, Doylestown, Dublin. The house itself is like stepping back in time to the Revolutionary war! But with modern amenities!! We enjoyed the quietness of the garden area. I would stay here again.
What wonderful guests you were. Please come visit Pierre House again!
Bucks County Beauty
This is a beautiful home that has been restored with loving care. The pool and patio are amazing and the inside has been restored with lovely antiques and updated kitchen and bathrooms. The linens were luxurious. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Bucks County's northern regions (colloquially referred to as Upper Bucks) are renowned for their natural scenery, farmland, colonial history, and proximity to major urban areas (particularly Philadelphia, but New York City, Allentown, Reading and Atlantic City are also within a two-hour radius).
Bucks County is home to ten covered bridges that are still open to vehicular traffic. Two other bridges, both located in parks, are open only to non-vehicular traffic. All Bucks County bridges use the Town truss design. The Schofield Ford Bridge, in Tyler State Park, was reconstructed in 1997 from the ground up after arsonists destroyed the original in 1991.
Popular attractions in Bucks County include the shops and studios of New Hope, Peddler's Village (in Lahaska), Washington Crossing Historic Park, New Hope & Ivyland Railroad , and Bucks County River Country. Rice's Market near Lahaska is a popular destination on Tuesday mornings. Quakertown Farmer's Market (locally called "Q-Mart") is a popular shopping destination on weekends. The county seat of Doylestown is also home to several points of interest for tourists, and also is home to Fordhook Farms, the famous trial farm of the Warminster-based Burpee Seeds. Doylestown also has the trifecta of concrete structures built by Henry Chapman Mercer, including the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, the Mercer Museum and Fonthill, Mercer's personal home. All within 15-20 minutes of my home!