Bucks County is known for its antique shops, covering specialties from all American periods to French and Asian pieces. You’re within an hour’s radius of about 150 antique stores when you stay at Frog Hollow Farm.
Gristie’s Antiques – Just 5 minutes north on Rt. 611 in local Kintnersville, you’ll be able to while away an afternoon perusing the eclectic offerings of 30 dealers in this reasonably priced venue. Housed in an old gristmill that still has its waterwheel and most of the machinery and cogs intact—a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. 9730 Easton Rd, 610-847-1966
Architectural Antiques – A truly unique establishment that specializes in pre-1930s home restoration supplies, utilitarian antiques and household reproductions. Wayne Rickert, proprietor and building contractor extraordinaire, presides in this vintage, wood-floored Americana hardware store. This is recycling at its best: preserving the best of American regional architecture from buildings that have been torn down. Even if you’re not missing that particular Victorian door hinge, it is worth a visit to this dusty living museum. 3080 Bedminster Rd. (Rt. 113), Perkasie. 215-795-2616
Antique Haven – Located between the towns of Kintnersville and Riegelsville, this truly is a haven for great furniture and furnishings. Tasteful, pleasing and charming offerings displayed in beautifully appointed rooms. No overwhelming tschotsckes (bric-à-brac) here, and prices are reasonable enough that you can anticipate bringing home your own kind of treasure to remember your visit by. 435 Easton Rd, Durham 610-749-0230