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The Olde Mill Inn
The small mill erected by Samuel Lewis in 1768 in the Somerset Hills fed George Washington’s Continental Army during the bitter winter of 1779 and laid the tracks for the Olde Mill Inn’s home-style hospitality and early American style. A roaring fire welcomes guests in the smallish lobby, which is done up in colonial manor decor with cherrywood-paneled walls. There are public spaces on the various landings of the somewhat confusing multilevel building; a paneled library is laden with classic tomes and period bric-a-brac, while the walls of the formal piano lounge are hung with portraits and a heavy dose of horse-centric works. Breakfast is served daily in the sunny conservatory, which has picture windows that look out over a courtyard. more...
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