Our lovingly restored 1901 Victorian Manor House is a comfortably elegant Bed & Breakfast inn which sits in a small historic village, surrounded by NJ countryside. Five charming guestrooms, all with queen beds and private bath, AC, fireplace, clawfoot tub, private balcony, and featherbeds. Antique furniture and fixtures adorn each room but modern amenities such as flatpanel tv's with dvd and free WIFI are part of all our guest rooms with WIFI throughout the entire inn. A full farm-to-table breakfast is served every day and includes locally sourced produce and protein. Enjoy coffee, tea and inn baked treats throughout the day in our formal parlour, library, dining room or on the inns sweeping veranda. We host intimate garden weddings and elopements from vows to celebration with dinner, brunch, luncheon or cocktail reception for up to 50 people. This is an immaculate and gracious property near the Delaware River offering a respite from the outside world along with award-winning hospitality. Nine miles to Lambertville or New Hope. Trip Advisor Award of Excellence 2010-2017. Bride's Choice/Couples Choice Award for Weddings through Wedding Wire 2010-2016.
5 on November 20, 2017
I great up in Flemington, NJ and have always loved the Victorians on Main Street. When I came back to have a reception with my big family after my tiny "destination wedding", we decided to get ready and also spend the night here after the event. It was adorable, and I wish I had a few extra days to spend there. They really think through all of the tiny details and make the space gorgeous and welcoming for all kinds of people and couples. I highly recommend!!!
5 on February 13, 2017
This place was simply beautiful - so charming and elegant, we felt so welcomed. TIm and Marissa made us feel so special, and took such great care to be sure we had everything we needed for our girls' weekend of scrap-booking! The food was excellent, made from the freshest ingredients, by our hosts - and the breakfasts and afternoon treats were absolutely delicious. Can't wait to visit again - this place is perfect!
4.8 on October 16, 2016
This place had it all. Tim, the owner, was friendly, helpful, pleasant, generous, and just a delightful guy. The rooms were absolutely beautiful, perhaps they may be a bit small for some, but I can't imagine it would bother anyone. The breakfast was delicious: oatmeal, sausages, fruit salad, french toast, coffee, juice.. served hot, fresh, and with subtle and intriguing flavors. Would definitely recommend and definitely return if we're in the area. Absolutely worth the price.
5 on July 18, 2016
My first bed and breakfast place and I will have to say that I had an awesome time! Tim and Marissa (innkeepers) made our time even more memorable. They are such a lovely couple who radiate positive energy every time you speak to them. Marissa loves to bake, something I enjoyed at every possible opportunity (her cookies were sooo soft, they were addicting) and their food was phenomenal. Presentation and taste both. I was astonished by the meals they created and the fact that they catered to a person's preference. (If you have any dietary restrictions, just let them know) They are very familiar with the area and local events, so they were able to answer all the questions we had and even suggest other things to do during our visit. Everything about the home/inn was incredible. The theme of the home reminded me of an old school T.V. show. The rooms themselves were amazing, they always had water to drink in the rooms and we were always able to bring snacks up there. At one point Tim and Marissa joined my GF and I on a game of monopoly, which we enjoyed very much. At this point, Tim and I ended up talking about our time serving in the U.S. Navy. I was extremely excited to have found that he was a Navy Vet as well. I highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a nice, relaxing atmosphere with much to do around the area. The noise level around the area, is very low and there are wineries approx. 12-20 minutes away. The innkeepers are what truly made this place and our time special.
5 on June 17, 2016
Tim and Marisa at Main Street Manor Bed and Breakfast are excellent hosts that made us feel extremely welcome and provided anything we could ask for. Breakfast was excellent. Highly recommend if you are in the Flemington area.
5 on September 21, 2014
We recently used Main Street Manor as our wedding venue and had all of our guests stay in the B&B. It was wonderful! Everyone said the rooms were great and food was delicious. Donna and Ken are great hosts!
5 on January 02, 2014
My wife and I stayed here and enjoyed every minute of the stay. We were very pleased with our stay. The placed looked tremendous, Donna and Ken were very hospitable and super friendly. By far worth every penny.
4.8 on September 12, 2013
Always a pleasure to stay with Donna and Ken (and Quincy!). This was our fourth (5th?) visit and as usual, the rooms were clean and well appointed, the porch inviting and the breakfasts outstanding. It is our home away from home when we are in central NJ.
5 on August 11, 2013
The welcome was very nice. Donna handled everything with class. Very comfortable rooms and the inn is kept perfectly. Breakfast was outstanding. We loved sitting in the parlor to read and relax. Not much to see in Flemington proper, so plan your day trips to close by attractions.
5 on June 20, 2013
My husband and I have had the pleasure of staying at Main Street Manor on a few occasions, and would highly recommend it to other travelers. Donna and Ken are exceptionally personable and the inn itself is an absolute treasure. We've stayed in two different rooms, and they were both impeccable. The food is always amazing, and coffee is always available, as are late-night snacks. We can't wait to return, and would enthusiastically recommend the Manor to anyone looking for a romantic get-a-way, a special birthday or anniversary, or just because.
The Morning Glory is a cheerful room, overlooking our glorious magnolia tree and historic Main Street. This quaint and cozy room has an antique brass and white iron bed and a charming oak dresser. The queen-sized bed is dressed in a vintage chenille coverlet and the full private bath has a large window which adds to the brightness of the room. This sweet room is located on the inns second floor.
Enjoy this large sunny room with bayed window, bookcases and a pillow-filled banquette. There's a small desk where the flatscreen sits and the room has a lovely golden oak Victorian dresser with a large mirror. The antique white iron bed completes the cozy vintage-feel! For lovers of the color purple, the violet flower or dogs (MANY dog-related books here!), this is the room for you. Beau's Labrador Violet Room is located on the inns second floor. This room has a bathroom with pedestal sink, toilet and stall-shower. An air-mattress may be set up in this room to accommodate a third guest at $75.00 per night to cover refreshments, breakfast, laundry and bedding costs. Pre-arrangement is required.
Our romantic Forget-Me-Not Guest is located on the inn's second floor. This lovely, cozy sanctuary offers a pillow-filled banquette and overlooks historic Main Street. Empire mahogany furniture and an antique sleigh bed adds to the vintage feel of this room. The large bathroom has a claw foot soaking tub, antique pedestal sink, stained glass window and a shower. This room is a favorite of our elopement and newlywed couples!
Dressed in toile, overlooking Main Street to the East, the warmth of our Bay Laurel Room welcomes you the moment you open the door. This large room is located on the inns second floor and the antique oak & chestnut furniture gives this large room a cozy feel. The oak electric fireplace adds to the embracing ambiance of the room and the comfy side chairs allow for reading a good book or just relaxing in your feather bed. An antique stained glass window separates the bedroom from the Bay Laurel's private bath.
Located on the second floor of the inn, the English Rose is our most popular room, and for lovers of the outdoors and nature, it is perfect! Let this inviting and spacious room be your retreat as you enjoy the private porch which overlooks the back of the property and our private herb, vegetable and flower garden. The white iron and brass featherbed is dressed in vintage chenille and there is a reading lamp and comfy Victorian parlour chair for relaxing. The antique in-room table for two allows for a cozy and intimate breakfast in your pj's if you desire—just ask and we are happy to serve you there! This room's large bathroom has an unusual antique marble sink with chrome lions paws legs and a stall shower. An air-mattress may be set up in this room to accommodate a third guest at $75.00 per night to cover refreshments, breakfast, laundry and bedding costs. Pre-arrangement is required.
Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Newark, NJ (EWR) 28 miles
Route 202South to Church Street...right turn onto Church, left onto Main to #194. Private parking behind the inn.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Botanical Gardens, Antique Flea Market, Farmers Market in-season, Covered Bridge, Train Excursions, Water Rafting and Tubing, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Sports venue, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fridge, Microwave, Movie library, Parking, VCR, Videos, Walk to mass transit, Wedding Facilities , Private Porch in one guest room, Electric Fireplace in one guest room
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Gardens, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Tim & Marissa Bebout
Marissa and Tim have been married and crazy “Inn” love for a bit more than 6 years now. Their dream has always been working together, creating a business that connects on a personal level with their customers and of a life where they could do the things they love with people they love. Tim & Marissa were married in England where Tim's relatives still live today + honeymooned in a bed and breakfast in the hillside of Italy, and and enjoyed taking cooking lessons there.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Picnic Baskets, Boxed Lunches
Brie, Apple & Bacon Fritatta w / French Herbs
This flavorful and satisfying breakfast is a baked dish with eggs, creme, triple-creme brie, fuji apples and maple smoked bacon. The fresh combination of rosemary, thyme and marjoram are combined and added to the dish which is a delight to all senses! Even non-egg lovers go crazy over this dish. It is one of our favorites to prepare and serve to guests and is the most requested breakfasts by our returning guests!