Conference Room on the main level. A panoramic painting of the Delaware Water Gap by Dan Mulligan fills the east wall.
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Our comfortable sitting area on the first floor.
We have a business center for use by our guests, complete with printer, fax, scanner and computer.
The ballisters, newel posts and handrails were in disrepair and were reconstructed with computer-matched parts. The finish is Minwax dark walnut and four coats of hand-rubbed orange shellac. The wood panels replicate quarter-sawn oak with a faux finish called country graining. This was achieved using a mix of burnt umber and apple cider vinegar over two coats of an oil-based paint applied with blue-steel graining combs and graining rollers. This was the inspired work of artist Dan Mulligan, Chester, NJ.
The basement contains the original homestead of Samuel Schwakhamer built in 1732.
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Our dining room seating can be configured to meet your needs.
The Inn has the largest collection of Daniel Mulligan artwork in the world.
1919 Kimball player piano from 1919, manufactured in Jasper, IL, restored by Brendel's Pianos, Palos Park, IL.
Our breakfast service begins with a delicious yogurt parfait, with homemade granola, and seasonal fresh fruit
These beautiful winter stockings were handmade by Diane Sudhoff of South House Boutique especially for the Inn. Contact Diane at email@example.com
The Somerset room has several period train oil paintings by local artist Dan Mulligan. The view out this window looks over the millrace and our barn.
Artwork in the Somerset room is by artist Daniel Mulligan.
The Sussex room's bathroom.
The Sussex room.
The Sussex room. Artwork out in the hallway is of the lower Hacklebarney Grist Mill, Chester, NJ, by artist Daniel Mulligan.
The Somerset room.
The Hunterdon room. The door to the left leads up to the fully-restored attic and cupola.
View of the Warren room's bathroom. The seasonal stocking was handmade for the Inn by Diane Sudhoff of South House Boutique. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equestrian painting in the Hunterdon room is by Daniel Mulligan.