The Neighbour House, Long Valley, NJ

Experience the romantic charm of this unique farmhouse featuring original heart-pine floors, pocket doors, folding shutters, eight fireplaces and a sweeping staircase with mahogany banister. The four spacious bedrooms are tastefully decorated for your comfort and enjoyment. Relax by rocking the afternoon away on the columned porch or linger over tea on the rear brick veranda. A large living room, dining room, reading room and kitchen are also for your enjoyment.

Sited on a sloped, broad lawn overlooking West Mill Road and the distant South Branch of the Raritan River, this high-style colonial farmhouse adjacent to 800 acres which have been permanently deeded to farmland, represents an early and notable example of Greek Revival architecture in rural Morris County.

All rooms are located on the second floor, and includes television, telephone, AC, excluding taxes. Wireless internet access is available, and a laptop is available for guests' on-site use. Free cable TV includes HBO, Showtime and Stars. Rates based on double occupancy. Includes full country breakfast of fresh fruit (in season), juice, homemade bread, cereal, eggs, coffee or tea, highlighted by homemade fresh bread or cinnamon coffee cake served by your gracious hosts. Prices are for mid-week / weekends and holidays.

The Neighbour House Bed & Breakfast treats the business traveler to a level of comfort and tranquillity that no hotel chains can match. Guests will enjoy elegantly furnished rooms, an enchanting, pastoral setting (we’re surrounded by 800 beautiful green acres); a shaded, brick verandah that stretches the length of the house; and the kind of warm, attentive service that only a small country inn can provide.

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