This has been our 'special' restaurant for 55 years. We pass it by on the way to Greshville Antiques, Dancing Tree in Boyertown and Zerns (closed sadly) in Gilbertsville. Merritt's Clock Shop and Under The Sun antiques are nearby; we've been shopping at the clock shop for 40 years, Tina Landis' shop since they opened. The duck is incredible. my wife and mother-in-law like the lamb. I like almost everything, but we occasionally just have Creme Brulle or Key Lime pie and coffee. Sometimes we go for dinner, shop, and stop for dessert on the way home.
This is a really cute, historical place on what was probably a major crossroad in 1801. There is planty of parking and the staff are extremely friendly. The rooms are obviously VERY old and have only been modernized a bit, in keeping with the age of the structure. They are very clean and nicely decorated. The room prices are very reasonable.Downsides- there isn't always a bathroom in your room. You may have to share.The front rooms have a lot of traffic noise- which wasn't a problem in 1801.The food is a bit pricy, but it's delicious and there are specials and happy hours that take the edge off the price.