Frenchtown is one of Hunterdon Countys best kept secrets. Frenchtown is a small, quaint, charming town nestled on the Delaware river. A great place to unwind for a day or the whole weekend. You'll find restaurants, shops, antiques, clothing and crafts - even the most charming little book store you've even been to. Check out the Frenchtown website for more info.
Recommended Daytrip Ideas for Frenchtown NJ Just wandering about downtown on Bridge Street and browsing the quaint shops will relieve some big city stress. Enjoy outdoor dining throughout Frenchtown - On the Porch at Lila's, at the National Hotel, at Bucks Cafe, Cochina del Sol, The Bridge Cafe or The Frenchtown Inn. Find the best places to eat and more at FrenchtownNJ.org. In all honesty, Frenchtown is very small, so when you've seen it all, you can drive about 10-15 minutes into the famous village of New Hope in Pennsylvania. In the summer you can tube down the river right from Frenchtown. Also pay a visit to Little Nishisackawick Creek. For lodging may we recommend the Widow McCrea House. There are way to many quaint places to stay to list here, so to find some lovely bed and breakfasts in New Hope and in all of nearby Bucks County visit this website.