We are located outside of Princeton with easy access to Princeton Pike, Rte 206, Route 1 and Route 95. Our home is located approximately 10 minutes from two train stations (Trenton and Princeton Junction) with easy access to NYC or Philadelphia. We affectionately call our home the stone fortress because it's so quiet here.
The guest room I have kept cat free for those with allergies. There is a large closet for hanging your clothes, a luggage rack and a dresser for your clothes if you prefer to unpack your stuff. There's a large reading pillow for those who like to read in bed.
The guests are welcome to join us on the main floor anytime. There is cable television in the living room, and the dining room table is available if anyone wants to work there with their laptop.
Coffee, tea and desserts will be available in the evenings. We have filtered water available whenever desired.
Interaction with guests
We are very familiar with the different restaurants and tourist venues in this area to help you plan your visit. If you want directions or any additional information about events happening we will gladly assist.
Other things to note
We are a multi-level home and the guest room requires going up stairs.
Once you check in, we will not enter the bedroom or bathroom until you depart. There are cleaning supplies in the bathroom if you want them during your stay. Additional linens are available upon request. If you desire fresh towels place the used ones in the hamper outside the door.
There is absolutely no food/eating in the bedroom. Please eat at the table on the main level.
I'm a published author. I love writing and reading poetry. In addition to writing, I wear many other caps chef, gardener, crocheter, and quilter. My taste in music is pretty eclectic, I enjoy just about anything but rap.
I'm originally from Maine, New Jersey was definitely a culture shock for me but I have become accustomed to having museums, gardens, and shows available whenever so I'm officially transported.
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