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The Riegelsville Inn, when originally built, served as a hotel—housing barge operators on trade trips between Allentown/Bethlehem and Philadelphia. Today, the rooms at the Inn still exist and are available for overnight lodging. Our location on the Delaware River (and of course the food and drink available here) make the Riegelsville an ideal home-base for travelers, tourists and adventure seekers looking for a place to rest. Please consider the following information before deciding to book a stay with us: • Friday, Saturday and Monday night stays will include live local music until about 11pm. • Inn rooms are original to the building, some updates have been made but please do not expect the modern conveniences of a hotel. • Most of the rooms at the Inn share bathrooms and have vintage furnishings. • Third floor rooms with shared bathrooms are $65/night; rooms with in-suite bathrooms range from $80-110/night.
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Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No


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Walter H.



Visited Riegelsville Inn after attending a local Bluesfest, was treated very poorly. As a retired Air Force Colonel, I am not overly sensitive or prone to lodge complaints of this nature, but the level of disrespect cannot be ignored. Traveling with a friend, he went to the men's room while I found a table. The waitress ignored me being there until my {white} friend joined me. My waitress told me I could get bread with my order of mussels. The mussels were not warm, each mussel was a different temperature and the order did not come with the bread. By the time I finished, the waitress brought me the bread. Rather than apologize for not being timely, she tells me I should eat the bread to what remained. If they don't want certain people in their establishment, just put it on the door. It would have allowed me to avoid this unpleasant experience.



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Intimate Dining in a Rustic Setting

Tucked away in the heart of beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania, this rustic restaurant offers the very best of fine dining for all occasions. Its wooden beams, stone walls, cozy fireplaces, and vintage pub perfectly complement the innovative menu of American cuisine. Its delicious and affordable food is able to satisfy even the pickiest of palates. Personally, I recomend the fabulous Filet Mignon, cooked to suculant perfection. For exquisite and affordable dining in the midst of breathtaking rural surroundings, you could want no better place than the Riegelsville Inn.