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ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 23 April 2013

We stayed in the Iris room with our 9 and 10 year old. The innkeeper, Hallie, greeted us with cookies and snacks and gave us a tour of the original house. The king bed was too cozy to get out of in the morning and I even tried the pull-out mattress with a brief nap and that was good too. They are converting a loft into a bar. We had breakfast in a large dining room. Breakfast vegetable quiche, citrus-berry oatmeal. We originally chose this inn because we were coming back from a MTB race at Lippman Park. Lunch was on the patio and included an apple-gorgonzola salad and chicken alfredo pasta. The Iris room was a little chilly but the electric fireplace took care of that as well as the cozy bed. We would have liked a sitting room to relax outside our room. The dining room was quickly transformed for our lunch and would suggest that it could be easily done that way for a sitting room and back too.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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Thank NeoDrPhil
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

My husband and I did not stay here but had a private dining experience celebrating our anniversary. It was amazing. Chef Mark and his team prepared a special tasting menu just for us. We had 8 courses, all were fantastic. Our favorites: date wrapped in bacon with goat cheese, pureed soups of beet, roasted yellow tomatoes, butternut squash, chopped salad with Gorgonzola cheese, walnuts and granny smith apples, chicken made with apple cider, onions and carrots and pan seared salmon and tuna. Mark is a passionate, laid back, super talented, local chef that really is a pleasure to have wait on you. He presented each meal to us, climbing the stairs each time up and down from his basement kitchen. We also enjoyed local gin, wines and warm apple cider with spiced rum. It was a special meal cooked by a special man and we loved it. It was a truly memorable evening.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank ScubaChickJamie
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Reviewed 23 October 2012

This b & b is fairly new, having been opened in February of this year. It is in a house close to busy and noisy RT 209 outside of Stoneridge. Mark has converted the basement into a commercial kitchen (he is an experienced local chef) and his concentration is on serving food to larger groups. Hence, in my view, the culinary dog wags the B&B tail. We stayed in the carriage house, a second floor open space with a king and queen bed, separated by curtains. The bathroom walls do not go to the high ceiling so there is little privacy. The furniture is a hodgepodge of mismatched styles--old attic except for the beds which are attractive. Heat in the carriage house is controlled from the space below so guests are at the mercy of the resident of the lower floor. One corner of the upper space is also use for storage. Cobwebs abound--cleanliness is not a high priority. Finally, the water pressure in the shower is so poor that water literally dribbles out of the spout. The carriage house is incredibly over priced for what it has to offer. I can't speak to the rooms in the main house, but I will not stay there again.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

We stayed in the Carriage house - which needs a few tweaks but the meals/food made up for it.
Every meal DIVINE and inspired.
The grounds are beautiful and the staff (Hallie) are amazing!!!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Erica K
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Reviewed 6 May 2012 via mobile

We stayed the first weekend the newly renovated Inn opened and it was Fabulous! The room was beautiful and luxurious. I loved the poster bed! Chef Mark was so accommodating, his suggestions for hiking were perfect and his gourmet breakfast was so delicious and filling that we skipped lunch entirely. We will definitely be back!

  • Stayed: April 2012
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Thank Michele B
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