The Tower Cottage is a meticulously restored Queen Anne Victorian Inn. It is the perfect alternative to local hotels or motels for guests who prefer a quiet retreat, mini vacation or romantic getaway. The new upscale restoration is the culmination of a multi-year renovation project. The newly restored luxury Inn epitomizes the charm of a by-gone era, yet features elegant and refined style of a small deluxe European hotel. Enjoy its warm hospitality, intimate pleasant atmosphere, delicious full breakfast and afternoon refreshments. The Inn’s beautifully appointed guest rooms are individually decorated with new furniture and each with a refined European flair influenced by the English, Italian and French cultures.
Our Wellington Manor guestroom embodies a period of an Old World English Manor house. This bedroom contains a King-size Mahogany panel bed and is decorated in deep rich colors with elegant bedding, high quality count thread European linens, Hungarian goose down comforters and pillows. Simply enjoy the warmth of the marble, gas fireplace. Additional comforts include a marble tile bathroom, a two person shower with therapeutic body spa shower heads. Additional comforts in this uniquely styled room include a flat screen High Definition TV, DVD player and wireless internet connection.
Our Victorian Garden guestroom is an enchanting sanctuary of a by-gone era, reminiscent of a charming English Garden. The King Size four poster canopy bed invites you to retreat into a welcoming and comfortable night’s sleep. Enjoy the refinement of silk bedding, high quality lace embellished linens and Hungarian goose down comforters and pillows. The black and white basket weave tile bathroom depicts the décor of the period. It has a Whirlpool and separate enclosed shower, additional modern comforts in this room include a flat screen High Definition TV with a DVD and wireless internet.
Our Tuscan Dreams guestroom can best be described as a kaleidoscope of colors depicting the enchanting landscape of the Tuscany Region from the mountains to the sea.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;You will feel pampered in the Pisa Mansion Queen size bed, its dramatic Florentine-finish headboard with its subtle gold tipping and delicate scroll legs. The elegant bedding reflects the warm rich colors of Tuscany including high count thread European linens, Hungarian goose down comforters and pillows.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;This room has a fireplace, two-person whirlpool, a flat screen high definition TV with DVD player, and wireless internet.
Our Versailles guestroom epitomizes the elegance and opulence of the reign of King Louis XIV and Queen Marie-Antoinette. Unlike the King and Queen who slept in separate bedchambers, you can become the royal couple in this Louis-Philippe Queen size majestic mahogany poster bed covered with elegant blue, cream and gold bedding, high quality thread count lace linens, and Hungarian goose down comforters and pillows. Refresh your senses in an oversized Whirlpool and separate two person shower in the elegant tile bathroom. Additional comforts include HDTV, DVD and Wireless Internet.
Our Tower Suite is a two room suite located on the third level. The suite provides the perfect ambiance for your honeymoon, special occasion or romantic getaway weekend where you can relax and revitalize your relationship The bedroom is located in a turret octagon room which has a l2 foot ceiling and five beautifully dressed windows. This room awakens you to bright sunshine and blue skies. The sitting room has a convertible couch with a marble gas fireplace. The suite has a marble bathroom with a large, two-person Whirlpool, HDTV with DVD player and a wireless internet.
5 on August 08, 2013
I Titled The Cottage a six star castle because it is like a dream to my wife and I. The owners of this beautiful cottage are the best host I have ever had the pleasure of meeting, from day one to the end of my stay they were wonderful. My wife and I can't wait to visit again! P.S. Thank you Anthony & Maureen for a wonderful stay at your home. (Gilbert & Nancy Rodriguez)
4.6 on October 22, 2012
My husband and I spent 1 night at this magnificent Bed and Breakfast. This was our first Bed and Breakfast stay and we can't rave enough about the setting, the food and the wonderful people(Maureen and Tony, the owners, and another couple we met from Philadelphia!) The house was spic and span. Maureen and Tony made us feel like family and couldn't have been more hospitable. The fruit and cheese platter were such a nice touch. We couldn't stop eating all the cookies, cakes and cream puffs(homemade) they left in the dining area. The room was absolutely gorgeous, just loved the decorating! For breakfast, I had asparagas fritatta, which I requested(after reading the review) did not disappoint. It was absolutely delicious. My husband had the Eggs Benedict which he loved. The fruit platter before the actual breakfast was spectacular! We really enjoyed getting to know Maureen and Tony. I would highly recommend this wonderful Bed and Breakfast and hope we get to go back soon!
5 on September 04, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Tower Cottage to celebrate our 20th Wedding Anniversary. We stayed in the Tower Suite. It was an absolutely wonderful experience. Everything was just perfect!!! We have stayed at many B&B's in the 20 years that we have been married. The Tower Cottage is by far at the top of our list. Maureen and Tony were two of the nicest inkeepers we have ever met. Our room was just immaculate. The morning breakfasts as well as the homemade muffins, cakes, cookies, etc. were absolutely delicious. They truly made us feel so at home and welcomed. The beach bag packed with beach tags, towels and snacks were such a thoughful touch. We also enjoyed the cheese plate that was delivered to our room as well as the bottle of chilled wine. We will definitely come back again and stay at the Tower Cottage.
4.8 on August 25, 2012
The positives: -The room (Tuscan Dreams) was beautiful. The deep tub (with jets) was perfect, and is one of the major reasons I wanted to rent this room in the first place. The overhanging, dim-lit chandelier above the tub was just icing on the cake. Very romantic and beautiful. The bed was very comfortable. -Tony and Maureen (the innkeepers) are just delightful. They do not get in your way if you want to have some quiet, non-social time with your partner; but they are very helpful with finding nice places to eat in the area and for general conversation as well. -Breakfast was simply amazing. Most places do not offer nearly as much food, or a quality of food. I can't help but wonder why they do not open a restaurant of their own! -The small details throughout the building just made this location "feel" like a getaway. -The free beach passes, beach accessories (towels, chairs, umbrella, etc.), and complimentary bottle of wine were just excellent. Being literally 2 blocks away from the beach/boardwalk/and town was perfect as well. The negatives: -The rooms are a little bit small. This is not a huge issue, but it can be intimidating to be in such a small space. The amenities in the room more than make up for this issue ultimately, though. -It is in a built up residential area. The older photo showcasing a lake right behind the inn is not a reflection of what you will see out your window today. Again, this is not a huge issue, but it is somewhat misleading as I expected a lake and a lightly populated residential area. -The price does seem a little bit high, but ultimately I (and many others) are willing to pay it for the quality. I do intend to go down there again some time, and will likely go during the off season to take advantage of the cheaper prices. All in all, there is little to complain about. I loved the time my girlfriend and I were down at the Tower Cottage.This was a great place to stay!
5 on June 22, 2012
We brought visitors from Australia to the best B and B in New Jersey. Another superb few nights with Maureen and Tony at The Tower.
Beachside, City, Island, Lakeside, Oceanside, Small town
Newark, NJ (EWR) 50 miles
South on NJ Turnpike to Exit 11. From there take the Garde State Parkway South to Exit 98. Travel on Route 34 South which turns into Route 35 South into Point Pleasant Beach. After crossing the bridge into town you will go through two traffic lights. Forman Avenue is the third block past the second traffic light. Turn left on to Forman Avenue towards the beach. 203 Forman Avenue is 3 blocks on the left. Look for our signature tower.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Ocean, Local Golf Courses, Boardwalk, Public Tennis Court, Riverboat Cruises, Six Flags, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Bicycles, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Videos, Wi-Fi
2-person Showers, 2-person Whirlpools, Wine coolers in each room, High Definition Cable TV, DVD selections, State Park - Fine Restaurants
Maureen & Anthony Haddad
English, Italian, Spanish
Cooking; Decorating; Travel; Golf; and of course, our Grandchildren.