The SpaceCharming private space overlooking wooded park like scenery. Double closets, warm carpeted floors with large shared hallway bathroom. Bathroom includes double bowl sinks, clean shower and separate bathtub. Towels sets will be included as well as crispy clean sheets with warm fluffy blankets and pillows on KING size bed. Guest AccessAbility to stroll around the yard, post letters and use of Wifi. Limited kitchen access with private dining room and living room with fireplace available upon advanced request. Washer and dryer also available. Coffee, tea and toast every morning available with advanced request also cold or hot cereal. Interaction with GuestsWe respect the need for privacy, and make every effort to keep our space and time separate to allow our guests freedom, while at the same time offering a quaint a bed and breakfast setting. Breakfast would include hot and cold cereal, toast, muffins, juice, coffee or tea. Hot breakfast is available upon request. Hablamos español; nous parlons Français The NeighborhoodI love our residential neighborhood and having access to our quaint historical town while being just minutes away from plenty of shopping. Our town includes lovely places to dine which are frequented by locals as well as visitors from near and far. There are historical landmarks such as a civil war cemetery and a bucolic lake named after David Brainerd missionary to the Lenape Indians. An artifact from the original gristmill is located next to the towns original firehouse. The Town Hall Building dates back to 1896 as does the old school building which houses the Gourgaud Art Gallery. Take a day to stroll through our serene town stepping back in time when you want or step forward into the 21st century with a slice of pizza, Chinese food or maybe you prefer Italian cuisine. Fine dining can be enjoyed at the Cranbury Inn founded in 1789. Of course George Washington slept in Cranbury as it was a major thoroughfare to Philadelphia. Come enjoy Cranbury in the fall while the trees are ablaze with color!
Check out: (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundResidents either walk, bike or drive their cars. To get around, you will need a rental car or use local taxi services. Other Things to NoteHe that dwells in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1