18th Century Bed & Breakfast …

The Great Valley House of Valley Forge, a historic 300-year old stone house boasting 18th century charm and 21st century hospitality.  Step back in time to the beginning of our heritage and the founding of our country and discover quiet, simple pleasures at the Great Valley House.

Enjoy a Walk on the Grounds …

The beautiful grounds of the Great Valley House are perfect for a walk under the ancient oak, maple and walnut trees.

The Old Kitchen …

The romance of three hundred years preserved. A gourmet breakfast is served each morning in front of the large 14-ft. wide walk-in fireplace. Enjoy the 18th century experience to linger over that last cup of coffee.  

George Washington Didn’t Have a Swimming Pool …

Guests at the 300-year old Great Valley House can enjoy the backyard swimming pool between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

The William Thomas Room …

In the words, of William Butler Yeats, “There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t yet met.” Named after an early 18th century owner, this large corner room is warm and welcoming, inviting you to stay awhile.

Vintage Lace Curtains …

In the words of Eddie Cantor, “Slow down and enjoy  life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going too fast — you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.”   Whether it’s the lace curtains, the antique furniture or three hundred years of history,[...]

The Winter at Valley Forge …

The 300-year old Great Valley House of Valley Forge is open year round, including holidays. Stay at the Great Valley House during the winter months and know that George Washington’s troops had a similar experience at Valley Forge in 1776.

The Frederick Houseman Room …

Step back in time in this charming, cozy guest room filled with antiques, vintage quilts and a ceiling-canopied bed.  Marvel at the original 18th century beams and thick stone walls.

The John Wilson Room …

Taking its name from the Great Valley House owner during the Revolutionary War, the John Wilson Room exudes a feeling of warmth and charm with its queen canopy bed, antique furniture and vintage quilts.

Did George Washington Sleep Here? …

A welcoming space for guests to gather and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. The Sitting Room, with its stone walls, antique furniture and original centuries old floor boards  invites visitors to ponder the question, “Did George Washington Sleep Here?”

Piano Music Soothes the Soul …

  A beautiful grand piano in the Sitting Room sets the atmosphere for beautiful music interludes.  Some evenings will find the owner at the piano offering relaxing and popular music classics.     \

The Sitting Room …

An inviting area for guests to gather and for quiet comfort in a relaxed atmosphere. The Sitting Room, with its antique furniture, original centuries old floor boards  invites visitors to read, listen to music or enjoy the company of others.

The William Thomas Guest Room

Cranberry Room 1

The comfortable ‘William Thomas Room’ is a large second floor corner room with windows on three sides. The room takes it name from an early 18th century Great Valley House owner, William Thomas.  Thomas was proud of his home and left behind his initials, ‘W. T.’ and the date ’1812′[...]

The Fredrick Houseman Guest Room

Fredrick Houseman Room

‘The ‘Fredrick Houseman Room’ is privately located on the third floor of the inn and exudes a sense of history from the moment that you enter. Named after an 18th century owner, Fredrick Houseman, a date stone on the west peak of the house is inscribed “Fredrick Houseman 1791″.  This date[...]

The John Wilson Guest Room

The John Wilson Room - queen canopy

The ‘John Wilson Room’  is a spacious, cheerful room on the third floor with antique furnishings, hardwood floors and vintage quilts,and features a beautiful queen-size canopy bed. There is also a twin-size daybed in the room if traveling with a child.  Front and rear windows allows the soft summer air[...]