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Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is north of Philadelphia and bounded by the Delaware River to the southeast. With 622 square miles, Bucks County is plush with rolling hills, corn fields and historic towns.  Washington Crossing Historic Park marks the point where George Washington’s army crossed the river to engage in a pivotal attack during the Revolutionary War. Pennsbury Manor, colonist William Penn’s estate, is downriver.  While to the north is New Hope, a vibrant small town full of shopping, bed & breakfasts and restaurants with plenty of outdoor seating.  Doylestown, the county seat, boats the Mercer Mile which consists of three castles built by Henry Chapman Mercer.