Travel Blogs from Milford
A day of fun as I go to my first American fair! Boy did it live up to the movie reputation that it is given! Games, entertainment, food and animals! It was a great day out where I took lots of pictures and was able to forget all my troubles and just have some pure ...
The tour group were all from our campground and have come from various part of the US and Canada. We rode in what they called a "Luxury Motor Coach" - it was a mini motor coach but Luxury is not how I would describe it. Its seats were like Ferry seats and the bus was very very bouncy over the "out of surface" roads into the city. The trip took about 2 hours.
Our first impression after surfacing out of the tunnel and into New York ...
... slight damage to the bumper and the grill - I will call it in for insurance but probably will have it fixed when we return. We were lucky that we had no damage to the radiator or other systems under the car.
The roads in Maine and New Hampshire were very good and I travel at 70 mph. But the Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York roads were rough and I traveled between 55 and 65 mph..
Tomorrow we take a BUS Tour to ...
Hey everyone!!! My first destination is to Washington DC Where I will be volunteering at George Washington University for multiple research studies. I am not sure what this trip has in store for me, but I do know I need your help to make a difference. If anyone else is interested in giving up there lives for the next 6-12 months let me know.. and in the mean time.. help me raise money to volunteer with wild life, nature, and help save our ...
... numbers of them as at North. We had a site on the hill overlooking the park.
We went to the outlets and picked up a few things. Always a good way to spend some time.
We visited the casino nearby and - what can you say about a casino! Actually, we had a great time. We hit the Wheel of Fortune, our favorite slot machine, for a few bucks each. Went to the buffet and it was seafood night. Just how much ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Fauchere Milford
I first visited Milford two years ago. The quaint downtown charmed me, the beauty of the Delaware River and Raymond's Kill falls invigorated me, but there was one thing missing--a top-notch hotel, bar or restaurant. I would have loved to punctuate my day with a nice glass of wine, a fine meal and a night in a cozy hotel room.
Elegant and Relaxing
In mid August I spent a wonderful, relaxing weekend in Milford, PA at the Hotel Fauchere. I wanted a central hotel that was close to hiking the nearby cliffs and rafting on the Delaware River. I was very pleased with the accomodations and the staff were informative and the service was excellent. The garden had a lovely fountain and there were many interesting table books in the solarium to choose from when I wanted to relax after the days activity. Dinner was excellent and the dining room was quite refined. The bar and lounge downstairs was also a classy place. This is a first rate hotel!
Gud være lovet for Hotel Fauchere!!!!
Simply put: A WONDERFUL STAY! The room was just beautiful, the bed and linens were very comfortable, the food was excellent, the staff were exceedingly helpful and friendly and the attention to detail was such that I was reminded of my stay at the PLAZA ATHENEE in Paris.
A hotel with a grand past reopened this fall in this charming small town after extensive renovations restored its original design and updated its amenities to the levels expected by today's most discerning travelers. With only 16 rooms, the hotel gives each guest whatever level of personal service he requires, including helpful advice about how best to soak up the town's magic either in a day or a week's visit. The dining room carries on the tradition of founder Louis Fauchere who opened the hotel in 1862 after making Delmonico's of New York the most famous restaurant in America. Dinner reservations for locals are already hard to come by, but the hotel guarantees the dining room will always accommodate its overnight guests. The basement level Bar Louis, however, is already the premier watering hole for locals. The Fauchere offers conference and event facilities in a separate, similarly restored building next door, now connected by a landscaped garden. A wonderfully restful treat in the very center of Milford.
Dinner was delicious
My wife and I had dinner at Hotel Fauchere the other night.
The atmosphere was amazing. The renovations to this historic hotel have been beautifully executed. It is true to its period with some discreet 21st century enhancements.
The dinner menu was excellent. Food was innovatively prepared and delicious. I recommend the rack of lamb. All the desserts were flawless.
While we didn't stay at the hotel, we toured the rooms which were beautifully redone.
I have not seen a better renovation of a hotel since I renovated Inn on the Blue Horizon in Vieques, PR. It takes a lot to impress me and I am, very much.
An absolutely gorgeous restoration in a spectacular region. The historic Fauchere is about the most perfect escape from NYC one could imagine. A spectacular renovation is just the beginning. The bed was incredibly comfortable, the bathroom gorgeous and the service friendly and unobtrusive. If you're looking for a getaway from NYC that is different than others you've taken, I strongly suggest the Delaware Water Gap region and a stay at the Fauchere. Oh ... the continental breakfast was great ... and eat dinner in the charming restaurant if you want a gourmet splurge. Totally worth the price.
If you are looking for a glamourous weekend getaway you can't do any better than a stay at the Hotel Fauchere. This impeccably restored hotel in MIlford features everything you would expect from luxury accomodations from Frette slippers and Kiehls products in the marble bathroom to flat-screen tvs and wireless internet in the bedrooms. Stepping into the lobby, you get the feeling of being tranported back in time. Original Hudson River School paintings line the walls, and beautifully restored original thick plank flooring lines the floor.
Best hotel in town
This is the newest,nicest and certainly most luxurious hotel in this wonderful town. It is an historic property which has been restored to its old glory. It has superb cuisine,a lovely garden,attentive staff and incredibly comfortable rooms.My favorites were the marble bathrooms and welcome gifts of wine,water and chocolates. Being from Manhattan it was nice being able to park my car and walk or bike every where in town.