This is a GEM in a small, quiet town. My husband and I stay here overnight in August and December to experience the Summer and the Winter charm of the Inn at New Berlin. The rooms are charming with beautiful antiques. The food is fabulous and first-rate! You have to check out their dinner menu -- exquisite!
Make sure you have a pre-dinner Tanqueray and tonic made by InnKeeper Nancy. It's THE BEST! And ask for a bowl of the Hawianian potato chips.
You will fall in love with the Inn at New Berlin. We want to go back for New Year's Eve!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1906 by Philadelpia merchant Jacob Schoch, The Inn of New Berlin is an elegant example of Queen Anne Victorian Architecture. From it's wide front porch to the stained glass turret, the inn welcomes guests to enjoy the charm of yesterday with the conveniences of today. The inn is furnished with period antiques and features intricately carved woodwork in its foyer and main staircase. ... more less