5 sur novembre 25, 2012
My family has spent many nights with Roz and Mike - what wonderful hosts! Our trips have been while seeing my parents, and over the last year and half we have lost both of them. Staying with Roz and Mike was like coming home at the end of a very hard day - a welcoming word, a hug, a long talk, or just a proffered wine glass - just what was needed. Breakfasts have always been delightful - a wide variety of food and sides - just like at grandmas house! One of the many side parts of loosing both parents is that we will have no reason to travel back to NJ, and therefore no reason to stay at Earth Friendly :-(. Thank you Roz and Mike for making us so welcome in your home, and giving us the comfort we needed so much.
4,8 sur juillet 15, 2012
We had a very nice one night stay. Breakfast was tasty. Enjoyed walking around on the grounds to see all the plants and gardens. Very nice hosts. We came back a few weeks later to do the u -pick blueberries.
5 sur juin 28, 2011
I discovered the inn when I was researching places to stay while my daughter competed in the annual 4-H State Horse Championships at the Horse Park of NJ. All of the other parents were jealous! I had a beautiful room, a terrific breakfast and I was only 5 minutes from the horse park! Our hosts were absolutely delightful. Can't wait for this year's visit!
5 sur juin 13, 2011
The room was great. The breakfast was excellent. It was recommended that we visit the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton. It was well worth the visit, seeing all the whimsical statues in an arboretum setting.
4,6 sur juillet 21, 2008
Although it was a short stay of only one night, we were very satisfied with our visit. My seven year old daughter loved picking and eating blueberries. Our hosts were perfect. They gave us our privacy and provided attention when we needed it. The room and bathroom was very clean. The breakfast was delicious with eggs, bacon, and waffles with fresh berries from the gardens. We enjoyed talking with the owners about their farm and touring their gardens.