Relax and take a moment to savor one-of-a-kind canal-side dining, warm hospitality, and French-inspired cuisine. Our team has made thorough preparations, to ensure a safe environment for dining and accommodations.

We have amazing outdoor dining spaces and, weather permitting, will do our best to accommodate you. While we do have heaters, it can still get quite chilly so be sure to dress appropriately.

Reservations are highly recommended.

Brunch Comes to The Golden Pheasant Inn

We are now serving the delightful weekend indulgence of Brunch. Enjoy the crisp autumn weather on our canal-side patio or dine indoors as the golden sunshine of fall pours in through the inn’s windows. 

Saturday & Sunday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

Relax and raise a toast to the weekend as you savor the amazing delicacies our culinary team has dreamt up for you. Our Brunch menu offers an incredible selection of soups, salads, entrees, and desserts. Whether you are desiring oysters, quiche, or brioche french toast, you will not be disappointed. Of course, our specialty cocktails and extensive wine list are designed to complement our delicious menu.

Our Brunch is sure to become the highlight of your Bucks County weekend.

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Welcome to our picturesque Bucks County inn nestled between the Delaware River and the Canal. This land was originally acquired in 1769 as part of the London company land grant. However, the original tavern, known as Waterman’s Inn, was not constructed until after Joseph Haney purchased the property in 1811. In 1832 the Pennsylvania Canal was opened as a means to transport materials, primarily coal, to Philadelphia and New York City. The new canal ran directly behind this property. Over the next hundred-plus years the tavern changed hands many times.

Finally in 1986 it was purchased by the Faure family who ran the restaurant and inn until 2019. In 2020 the Golden Pheasant Inn was reopened by the Thompson family who have a passion for protecting historic properties and land in the area. They also own the Black Bass Hotel and the Lumberville General Store which are located seven miles south on River Road.

We are committed to carrying on the tradition of welcoming hospitality, delicious French-inspired cuisine, great wines and warm, inviting lodging in this idyllic setting.