MidAtlantic Wine and Food Festival in May

Enjoy wine tasting at area the wineries.

Whether it’s food or wine you want to indulge in, you won’t be disappointed at the MidAtlantic Wine and Food Festival with its 40 venues in four states over four days. Chefs and winemakers come together May 13-17 to prepare brunches, lunches, dinners … Continue reading

Saddle Up for Equestrian Season

Enjoy an English country outing at Winterthur, a Country Estate

  There are a number of equestrian events in the Brandywine Valley throughout May. For a horse enthusiast or someone who aspires to be in the equestrian world, staying at Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast while attending any of these events will put … Continue reading

Indulge in Sweet Chocolate History at the Hagley

chocolate covered strawberries

  Indulge in the history and love of chocolate at the Hagley Museum, about 13 miles from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast, on May 6. Brothers and sweet entrepreneurs Eric and Ryan Berley, from The Franklin Fountain and Shane Confectionery in Philadelphia, will … 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

Walking Tours Galore at the Hagley Museum

Hagley Museum

  Situated on the banks of the Brandywine River, the Hagley Museum offers several walking tours this spring. About 13 miles away, Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast is a short drive to the Hagley. Take a walk along the Brandywine and … Continue reading

Antiques Show Offers “Good, Better, Best”

The Chester County Antiques Show, featuring 18th and 19th century fine quality antiques, will be held April 24, 25 and 26. Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast is less than 10 miles from the 33rd annual antique show at The Phelps School … 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

Brandywine Battlefield in the Brandywine Valley Open Again

Two hundred year old stone house

  Did you know that the largest battle fought during the American Revolution (or as the British refer to it The War for American Independence) was right here in the Brandywine Valley?  The British were trying to capture Philadelphia which … Continue reading