The Inn

Inspired by the French Huguenot, Jean Hasbrouck House built in 1712, the house features historically correct details throughout including hand hewn beams, wide plank floors, custom built furniture, handwrought iron hardware and period artifacts.

This extraordinary house and much of the furniture, was the vision of, and designed by the owner,Thomas Brownlie and hand built by local craftsmen, William Oakley, carpenter/cabinet maker, James Winchell, stone mason, John Nilsen, blacksmith and Kenneth Oakley, logger / sawyer.

Hemlock, Pine, Oak and Cherry trees were taken from the property and used to build the house and furniture. The stone was found at the site of an abandoned stone quarry, last worked in the 1920’s in the hills of Lamontville, an area some five miles away. Each stone used to build the house, was individually hand-picked, by the owner, for size and shape.


  • Private bath in every guest room
  • Flat screen, “smart” TV’s in every guest room
  • Wi-Fi throughout the house and in each guest room
  • Stone, wood-burning fireplaces in the living rooms
  • Bluestone patio connecting to an expansive deck
  • Separate bluestone patio overlooking a winding mountain stream
  • Lush rolling grounds, featuring ponds, clear mountain streams and mature woods
  • Modern fitness area
  • Recreation room with ping pong
  • Ultimate in quiet, private guest rooms
  • Quiet, private grounds, highly suitable for walking and relaxing