Welcome to the Cherry Hill Hotel from Kyle and Gail!
It’s been a long-time dream of ours to be here in this old hotel and to welcome you -- it’s our pleasure to cook and serve you delicious food.
The original Cherry Hill Hotel dates back to the late 1820s. It was 3-1/2 stories high with a beautiful, long balcony on the second floor overlooking what is now the N. Broad Street Extension (see the photo in the dining room). On July 15, 1918 the hotel suffered a raging fire, and despite the efforts of more than 20 firefighters and the local “chemical engine,” the damage was so severe that the uppermost floor had to be removed. Of course, in the years after the fire the hotel was restored and refurbished by many different proprietors. We believe it still has much of its original charm, and we hope its “country” appeal will bring you back for good homestyle cooking and friendly service.
Hours of Operation
After a lot of soul searching we've decided to make our winter hours permenant. Our Thursday hours are now 11am to 9pm. Our Sunday hours have changed to 11am to 8pm. As always we appreciate your patronage. Being a family run restaurant, we also value time with our family. We look forward to seeing each and every one of you again!
Wednesday & Thursday Clam Night
Cherry Hill Hotel presents Wednesday & Thursday Night Clam night every week. Enjoy 2 dozen little-neck clams for only $4.95. The feast starts at 4pm and it gets crowded quickly so reservations are recommended! Come on down for this great bargain!
Express Times Article
A popular Bushkill Township restaurant once targeted as a nuisance is under new ownership. Kyle Kostenbader, 44, and his wife, Gail Bruch, of Nazareth, are renting the Cherry Hill Hotel, 442 Bushkill Center Road, from owners Wayne and Louise Mease, who ran it for 23 years. Kostenbader and Bruch opened Tuesday and say they're creating a family-friendly atmosphere. “This will be more of a family place,” said Kostenbader, who graduated from Nazareth Area High School in 1985. “This is a place to bring your kids and grandkids. It’s good food at a reasonable price.”