This Beautifully restored 1886 Victorian home transports you to a time past, where guests of our Bed & Breakfast Inn can enjoy the elegance and gracious living of years gone by…but still be pampered with modern conveniences while on business or pleasure. Your Innkeeper will do their best to make you feel at home.
Guests can look forward to a restful stay while enjoying:
- Mouth watering gourmet breakfasts. Begin your morning with fresh fruits and home baked muffins.
- Perennial gardens.
- A large polygonal porch for breakfast or just relaxing and enjoying the view.
- Complimentary refreshments.
Centrally air conditioned.
All rooms have private baths, TV, phone. Wireless Internet Available Check in 5-8PM Check out 11AM.Happy to schedule alternate check in times. Deposit of one night or 50% of stay required. Cancellation Policy: Deposit returned with 10 days notice. This is a non-smoking Inn (smoking allowed on porch only). Pets are allowed.
The Hepburn House was built by Dr. William Hepburn, a respected physician in the Freehold area, who served on the Township Commission from the late 1800's to the 1900's, and was involved with most of the progressive ventures of the time including the purchase of land for the Carnegie Library. He was an associate and the physician for Governor Joel Parker after the Civil War.
The house served as Dr. Hepburn's medical office and home. It was built in the Queen Anne Style with a large polygonal porch, varied styles and sizes of windows, with stained and leaded glass, turned posts, projecting front gable with oriel window and undulating cedar shakes. Many of the rooms have spectacular inlaid parquet floors in varied patterns and woods.