Yellow House Hotel: Classic American Fare near Heritage Amity Commons in Douglassville

It's clear from the exterior of Yellow House Hotel that this establishment has been an important part of Douglassville's story. After all, its sign indicates that the hotel has welcomed guests since 1801—a fact that should come as no surprise given the colonial-style front of the hotel and its equally vintage interior.

Although the hotel does take boarders, it's best known for its restaurant. The Yellow House Hotel's restaurant takes full advantage of the old-school aesthetic. Its menu of classic American fare matches the sparkling chandelier in the dining room and rustic white tablecloths and wooden chairs at each table. Customers highly recommend the crab cakes, which they say are as artfully prepared as the mashed potatoes served on the side. Make sure you save some room for a slice of blueberry pie, too.

If you'd like to pay it a visit, this Douglassville eatery is just a short trip away from Heritage Amity Commons.

Yellow House Hotel
6743 Boyertown Pike
Douglassville, PA 19518
(610) 689-9410

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