Galvanized America Inn & Art Gallery, in the heart of Central Bucks County, is unlike any other Pennsylvania B&B in the area — no staid, Victorian Mansion atmosphere or cold, sterile hotel decor here. The Historic farmhouse, fully restored and brought up to date, has been decorated in an eclectic, modern farmhouse style while still maintaining all the charm of its’ 1754 roots.
Inn and Art Gallery in the Heart of Bucks County
Exceptional Amenities in Serene Surroundings
Enjoy all of our complimentary perks — a glass of local wine and homemade appetizer upon arrival — as well as a gourmet breakfast served each morning in the dining room or on the shaded patio (weather permitting). Guests also enjoy use of our large fire pit with Adirondack chairs, porch rockers, outdoor pool (complete with tiki bar), lawn games, wireless internet, and expansive lawns bordered by beautiful landscaping.
If a Wedding is in your future, take advantage of our romantic, relaxing Micro-Wedding Package, with unprecedented access to the Inn and grounds during a glamorous, 3-day weekend event. Rustic elegance at its best!
The Very Best Breakfast
Savor Scratch-Made Food to Start Your Day
If you savor a gourmet, chef-prepared breakfast, you are in luck. Whether you dine inside or out, start your day with an artisan cup of coffee roasted by The Coffee Scoop, a local purveyor of fine coffees, or choose from a selection of teas.
A first course of seasonal, fresh fruit paired with a scrumptious, homemade baked good is followed by one of our many excellent entrees. Chefs alternate between sweet and savory dishes to satisfy all of your cravings. We will happily try to accommodate any dietary restrictions.
The Art Gallery
Artwork and Furniture Made by the Owner
The original early 1800s bank barn located at the front of the property is currently being renovated into the artist/owner’s studio and art gallery. When completed in the near future, the gallery will be home to an extensive portfolio of the owners’ artwork and furniture. Several hand-selected local artists and artisans who rarely publicly show their work will also be housed in the collection. The renovation has utilized reclaimed materials throughout and is highlighted by a magnificent transom entry door (salvaged from a demolished storefront decades ago), vintage porcelain gas station lights, and interior walls covered in rustic galvanized roofing and salvaged wainscoting panels — all with loads of patina!
For those wishing to view the artist/owner’s work, it’s currently on display throughout the Inn and features original watercolors, handmade reclaimed furniture, and his signature razor blade art (invented over 30-plus years ago). If a stay at the Inn is not in the offing, a private showing can be arranged by appointment only.