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While on a business trip in Pennsylvania my wife and I stopped and spent the night here. We were fortunate to get the last available room which are located above the tavern and restaurant. Very comfortable and historic room. Great bed and NO television (which...More
While on the road, traveling to the D.C. area, we stopped here for lunch. From the road this place looked pretty busy, which is always a good sign. We were seated right away. We sat outside in a very pretty patio area. There were only...More
Recommended. Always a great meals and atmosphere. But please, America, wait to clear the table until everyone is finished. We have lost our neighbors. It is just plain rude and rushes anyone who is not finished. Also, I recommend they stock selection of teabags. Our...More
nice atmosphere, good food, we had their creamy asparagus soup to start, it was very good. The prime rib was also very good, cooked exactly as ordered.
All desserts are made in house, we tried the carrot cake, tasted great.
We eaten at the Tavern several times, and decided to stay the night while returning from the Jersey shore. Had dinner on the second floor (apparently is where the locals eat), then had a great two bedroom room with a large veranda just down the...More
I am sorry, but there is no elevator and the rooms are located on the third level. We do have staff that is more than happy to assist with carrying luggage and can arrange to serve breakfast in your room to cut down on... More
I am sorry, but there is no elevator and the rooms are located on the third level. We do have staff that is more than happy to assist with carrying luggage and can arrange to serve breakfast in your room to cut down on climbing stairs, but they can not be avoided all together.