Three Philly area dining rooms fit for a Thanksgiving feast
These three Pennsylvania suburban dining rooms provide the perfect stage for your show-stopping meal.
Once the meal is cooked and the cocktail hour is over, it's time for the main event: stuffing yourself to the point of exhaustion. These three dining rooms provide the perfect stage for your show-stopping meal, whether you're serving your closest friends, your favorite neighbors, or your family from another time zone.
733 N. Spring Mill Road, Villanova
Monthly taxes: $10,286
Tell me all about it: This seven-bedroom Villanova stunner not only has all the room in the world for your crowd, it also boasts the perfect dining room where you can serve them all. An enormous chandelier, wall sconces and trim lighting at the ceiling provide the perfect lighting. The marble and columns just seal the deal.
974 Delchester Road, Newtown Square
Monthly taxes: $1,990
Tell me all about it: Delchester Farm features multiple dining spaces, but our favorite is the conservatory. There is also a formal dining room, a generously sized eat-in kitchen, and room enough outside to serve Thanksgiving dinner once climate change runs its course. The property also boasts a master suite with its own balcony and fireplace.
61 Sheep Hole Road, Ottsville
Monthly taxes: $2,199
Tell me all about it: It's hard to imagine a more epic setting for Thanksgiving dinner than a table before the enormous stone fireplace in five-bedroom Sheep Hole Farm. In addition to offering a dramatic backdrop for dinner, the farm boasts a tennis court and multiple cottages, as well as a guest house.