Hayrides a Must For Fall


  Autumn means the changing colors of the leafs, smells of wood burning in fireplaces, an abundance of pumpkin spice flavored everything….and hayrides. There’s a tractor out there pulling hay for any type of hayride you want, whether you are looking … Continue reading

Fall Festivals Galore!


  Fall is full of fun activities! Harvest festivals, pumpkin picking, hayrides, haunted attractions, apple fests, scarecrow competitions and pumpkin carving and that’s only about half of the things going on in the area this Fall. Visitphilly.com complied a detailed list … Continue reading

Hungry for Media’s Food Festival

Media, Pa.

  Come hungry to Media Borough’s biggest event on Oct. 4. The 35th Annual Media Food and Crafts Festival will not disappoint the foodie in you. Thousands of people will chow down on the delicious dishes that downtown Media and … Continue reading

Music Fest will Rock Only Minutes from Hamanassett

  Rock the Mill Music Festival will take place less than five minutes from the steps of Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast. The second annual fundraiser at Newlin Grist Mill will rock from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on June 27. Newlin Grist … Continue reading

Hamanassett Earns TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame

TripAdvisor Hall of Fame

Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast has not only earned TripAdvisor’s 2015 Certificate of Excellence but also earned a spot in the Hall of Fame for being a five-time Certificate of Excellence recipient. TripAdvisor’s prestigious Certificate of Excellence award recognizes accommodations, attractions and eateries that consistently earn great … Continue reading

Craft Beer Festival 5 Miles from Hamanassett

Brandywine Valley Craft Brewers Festival

The 15th Annual Brandywine Valley Craft Brewers Festival will be ready to pour on May 9 at Iron Hill Brewery in Media, a very short drive from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast. Sip and sample the region’s finest craft brewers’ creations … Continue reading

Cajun Kate’s Best Cajun Food in the Brandywine Valley

Enjoy Po-Boys, red beans and rice, jambalaya and other New Orleans cuisine in the Brandywine Valley

If you come to the Brandywine Valley and are in the mood for genuine cajun food, you can’t go wrong with Cajun Kate’s.  This is a tiny little place in Booth’s Corner Farmer’s Market.about 15 minutes from Hamanassett.  Technically they … Continue reading