The Everitt House is a lovingly restored Victorian Bed & Breakfast located in the heart of historic Hackettstown, within walking distance to fine restaurants and Centenary College. Built in 1875 by William Moore Everitt, the 14-room home features beautifully appointed guest rooms with period antiques.
5 on April 12, 2014
My family and I have stayed every year at the Everett House since 2010 it was the best experience we ever had. We had to move to North Carolina and stay at this exceptional bed and breakfast every time we visit. when we visit family and friend we feel like we are home again would definitely recommend this Bed & breakfast. This place is awesome. I couldn't ask for a better friend in Bev. Sincerely Greg, Lisa &Will Daye.
4.8 on January 23, 2014
We traveled to Hackettstown for a wedding at David's County Inn and decided to stay at the Everitt House after hearing rave reviews from family members who've stayed there. Bev is a wonderful innkeeper who made us feel right at home. Breakfast was fantastic and cooked to order, and the house is beautifully restored and decorated. We'll definitely be staying there again in the future.
4.8 on December 26, 2013
My boyfriend and I had a lovely time staying at the Everitt House. Beverly is so kind, and knows how to cook a great breakfast! The rooms are beautiful, and the table setting with victorian era china is such a treat! I would recommend staying here to anyone!
5 on December 13, 2012
I stayed there was I went to visit my friends there, it was fantastic, the rooms were beautiful the people were really friendly, and it was convenient.
5 on October 15, 2012
Have stayed in a lot of B&B's, but few give the sense of "home" like this one. Thoroughly enjoyed the room, the breakfast and the friendly chatter with Beverly. Would stay again without a second thought. It's fantastic! (The town was fun too. Enjoyed walking around in the evening.)
4.6 on October 01, 2012
I just got back from a great weekend celebrating my high school reunion. We stayed at the Everitt house and I am so glad we did. It is conveniently located 1 block from main street, easy walking to all the bars and restaurants on main street. The accomodations were great, Bev is a super great person and made our stay very pleasant. The breakfest was an added plus and Bev checks with you to see what you want and when you want it. Comng and ging at during all hours of day and night is easy. I know next time I stay in Hackettstown and need a place to stay...I will be staying here. Thanks Bev for making our stay so easy.
4.6 on September 06, 2012
My friend & I stayed at the Everitt House on our yearly vacation,we usually stay at a hotel,this year we tried the b& b, Ms Beverly was really great &friendly ,she gave us some places where we could take the kids,ideas about were we could enjoy dinner,& other stuff,I love the rooms that I had (family room) I would gladly recommend it for a family vacation or for a weekend getaway we had the best time ever!!!!!!!!we will be going back to try the snow when it's winter time !!!!! Can't wait!!!!
5 on June 06, 2012
You talk about "exceptional" service, Beverly was up this morning at 4:30AM to make us breakfast as we had an early flight out of Newark Air Port. Everything was great. Whatever we needed, Beverly took care of. Yes, she even ironed a shirt for my wife. This is a 5-star B&B in my book! If you get a chance, check it out! The only negative is that I have a few pounds to loose after eating Bev's exceptional breakfasts! :)
4.6 on May 17, 2012
Beverly is an outstanding hostess and made us feel at home. The furnishings and decor are exceptional. We enjoyed great blueberry pancakes for breakfast. We appreciated the extra touches such as a desk in the room for our laptop.
5 on May 14, 2012
I was in Hackettstown on May 8th doing genealogical research on the Curl Family. Beverly went out of her way to make my stay both pleasant and productive. She took the initiative and got me started on making some connections. Very helpful and VERY charming. I will stay there again.
Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Newark, NJ (EWR) 48 miles
1. Head northeast 0.2 mi 2. Slight left 0.7 mi 3. Take the US-1 N/US-9 N/US-9/US-22/NJ-21 ramp 0.5 mi 4. Continue toward NJ-21 N 0.4 mi 5. Keep left at the fork to continue toward NJ-21 N 0.3 mi 6. Keep right at the fork to continue toward NJ-21 N and merge onto NJ-21 N 3.0 mi 7. Turn right at Bridge St 400 ft 8. Continue onto Harrison Ave 0.3 mi 9. Turn left at N 2nd St 157 ft 10. Turn left to merge onto I-280 W 14.8 mi 11. Merge onto I-80 W 19.2 mi 12. Take exit 26 to merge onto US-46 W toward Budd Lake/Hackettstown 8.5 mi 13. Turn right at County Rd 517/High St Destination will be on the right
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Land of Make Believe, Tomahawk Lake, Double D Ranch - Trail Rides, Lafayette Village, Chester Main Street, Lakota Wolf, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Spa, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , parlor, dining area, sun parlor, powder room, cakes, candies, kitchen facitlities on request, ice bucket, wine glasses
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Swimming
Bev, formerly a senior corporate executive has travelled the world and offers service in the best European style. She is an avid cook, certified home stager (ASP) and her inn regularly rates amongst the highest of ratings in New Jersey. The Everitt House was recently featured by Sherwin Williams as a "best" example of Victorian Restoration.
Low fat , Vegetarian , Vegan
Bev's Blueberry Pancakes
Incredibly fluffy blueberry pancakes, served with real maple syrup, creamery butter, with your choice of crisp bacon or breakfast sausage.