We know how precious your leisure time is, so your comfort, privacy and enjoyment are our highest priority. We provide immaculate restful accommodations in an authentic 1870 landmark, decorated in a relaxed English Country decor. There are 5 guestrooms and a 1-bedroom cottage, all with private bath, tv & dvd player, a/c, and free wi-fi. A wide selection of DVDs are available for your use. A buffet breakfast is available from 8 to 10am--fresh fruit, cereal, yogurt, bagels, hard-boiled eggs, toast, english muffins, juice, coffee, tea PLUS a daily hot item, such as a cheddar omlette, blueberry pancakes, french toast or tomato vegetable quiche, that changes daily.
As hosts, we are here for you but we are non-intrusive. If you enjoy conversation, we are happy to chat, however, if you love your privacy, we respect that equally.
The 1870 white clapboard building with green shutters is a timeless classic. Originally built by the Delaware Hudson Canal Company in 1870 and listed on the National Historic Register, it has gracefully retained its warmth and appeal. High ceilings classic woodwork, plaster walls, and solid construction date back to a bygone era of craftsmanship. We purchased the building in 1985 and created this bed and breakfast, keeping your privacy and comfort in mind. It's not pretentious or perfect but comfortably elegant. The beds are comfortable and breakfast is relaxed. We will point you in the right direction for dining and outdoor pursuits.
People in the area are friendly and restaurants are outstanding. Many guests comment that they would love to live here. We hope you will come for a visit and guarantee that you will be glad you did.
The inn, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is run by Donald and JoAnn Jahn, who greet guests with warm smiles and expert local knowledge. Upstairs, comfortable rooms overlook the river and downstairs a cozy parlor, dining nook await you to enjoy their comfort. Outside there is a sloping lawn to the pristine river, where beach chairs await summer. (NY Times)