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Dr. Steven Sierakowski provides dental services for people traveling to Glen Mills, Chadds Ford and the surrounding Brandywine Valley. Less than an hour from Philadelphia and surrounded by lush countryside and rambling rivers, there is something for everyone in the Brandywine Valley. Sip wine, admire art, stroll gardens, or hike hills.
The Brandywine River winds from Southeastern Pennsylvania into Delaware carving out the beautiful rolling hills and valleys that are the landmarks of the Brandywine Valley. The Valley is where the Battle of Brandywine was fought in 1777. It’s where the Du Pont’s built a company, made their fortunes, as well as their mansions and gardens at Longwood, Winterthur, Hagley and Nemours that attract millions of visitors from around the world. It’s where Howard Pyle was born and established his Brandywine School of American Illustration that helped to shape the works of Frank Schoonover, N. C. Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish and others. Three generations of Wyeths have painted and documented the landscapes and people of Chadds Ford.
Philadelphia is just 25 minutes away. Baltimore, Washington D.C. and New York City for that matter, are about two hours by car or train. Still closer is Amish country, Lancaster, with its outlet shopping and shoefly pie. In the summer, the Delaware beaches and Cape May, New Jersey are also about two hours away. And if you have an itch for the casino scene there’s Atlantic City, Harrah’s Chester: Pennsylvania Casino & Racetrack and Delaware Park just south of Wilmington.
This world-renowned horticultural showplace and former duPont family estate offers magnificently planted conservatories and a thousand acres of gardens, fountains and woodlands year-round.
Founded by Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur (pronounced “winter-tour”) is the premier museum of American decorative arts, reflecting both early America and the du Pont family’s life here.
A grist mill on the Brandywine has been converted to house an unparalleled collection of art by the Wyeth family, and a fine collection of American illustration, still life and landscape painting.
The Revolutionary War era comes to life through authentic displays amid the rolling, wooded hills near where the Battle was fought. Visit Washington’s and Lafayette’s headquarters.
Pennsylvania’s largest and most recognized winery, the Chaddsford Winery is open year-round for tours, tastings and sales.
Few restaurants in the entire Philadelphia area surpass the Dilworthtown Inn in quality and consistency. Since 1780, this renowned gathering place is noted for its candlelit atmosphere, roaring fireplaces and exceptional, imaginative American cuisine.
The Gables at Chadds Ford combines an upbeat and comfortable ambiance with a creative and well executed menu of fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. They offer an enticing mix of European style cuisine with New American flavors and even throw in a touch of Southern flair.
This is a national chain serving delicious Italian food. Located right on Route 1 in Chadds Ford.
This is a national chain serving steaks.
The Holiday Inn Express & Suites® West Chester hotel is ideally located in the heart of Chester County. Upscale amenities and features include free high-speed Internet access in all rooms, free local calls, free newspaper, and free coffee.
Enjoy complimentary hot breakfast buffet served daily. Other amenities include indoor heated pool, exercise facilities, wireless internet connection in public areas, restaurant on-site, and free parking.
Located near the intersection of Routes 322, 202 and 1 in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. Enjoy a hot breakfast each morning. Each room is equipped with free Wifi.
Relax in a guest room or suite, featuring a comfortable king- or two queen-sized beds, 42-inch flat-screen televisions, refrigerator, and an oversized work desk and ergonomic chair. WiFi is complimentary in this hotel.