Flemington New Jersey Bed & Breakfast

A Yummy Autumn Breakfast Recipe from the innkeepers!

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To us there’s nothing better than serving-up local fare to our guests and telling them about all the wonderful resources just steps away from the inn!  We take great pride in our claim that EVERYTHING we serve at the inn is made in our own kitchen…and we source our veggies, fruits, eggs and cheeses from […]

An Inspirational Spring Stroll at Duke Farms

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Even innkeepers need to be kept on track with things that need doing, both for the business and in regards to self-care and to maintain creativity…which is why a photographer friend of mine and I have teamed up as each-others accountability partner.  We meet once a month to keep each other on track with our personal and professional […]

The Most Awesome Peony Farm…right here in Central New Jersey!!!

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One of the cool things about owning a B&B is that you can actually justify a ‘field trip’ (better known as a day-off!)  to explore amazing places to send our guests.  THIS amazing place is one that I heard about awhile ago and have wanted to get to for several years…and this week, I finally did! […]

Art, ‘Vine to Wine’ and Shad Festival all in April!

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  Spring has truly sprung in Hunterdon County and Main Street Manor invites you come stay and play. Folks are strolling the still quiet streets and enjoying the crisp sunny days.  Pre-season events are popping up here and there that truly shouldn’t be missed. One of the most anticipated and popular is Lambertville’s Shad Fest and several others that we […]

Every Mile Is Two In Winter…

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  No reason to complain about Winter this year, right???…Wrong!  I don’t know if anyone else feels somewhat swindled and teased by Mother Nature, but due to the lack of a traditional New Jersey Winter, the gardener in me is itchier than ever to get outside in the garden and play in the dirt!  When one sees snow and […]

Spring is sooner recognized by plants than by men.

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The quote above is a Chinese proverb and I believe, oh so true!   The chill of winter lingers in the New Jersey air and we are still not really sure that Spring is on its way…even though its March 16th!  But crocus & daffodils pop and promise us hope.  I itch to get outside & scratch the dirt, but I’m afraid to […]