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Wm. Penn's Room

In the early 1700's, the Inn was a half day's ride for coming from Philadelphia. There were stables for the horses, and dining facilities and sleeping rooms for the weary travelers. While Wm. Penn's Room may have looked somewhat like the facilities in those days, it offers much more in creature comforts. The luxurious Carrara marble bath is just one of the amenities found here that were unknown to those travelers. The furnishings here are Early American in solid maple, and decorated with the strong Williamsburg influence well known at that time. In fact, with the painted cabinetry, the room looks much like the rooms at Penn's country estate along the Delaware River.

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