The tradition of American hospitality runs deep at the site of the Washington Crossing Inn. Weary colonists rested here before the ferry trip across the Delaware River. General George Washington reputedly dined at this location before leading his troops on the Christmas night crossing of 1776. Today, renewed by the energy and creativity of innkeepers Frank Pisaturo and Marc Elliott, this beloved landmark rises to a gracious new level. Traditional colonial-style structure, featuring a faithfully preserved 1817 home. Culinary Institute-trained chef preparing continental cuisine with American flair.