The front door of 1902 Turnpike House swings wide with welcome. A delightful, restored 1902 farm house is your link to the past. This turn-of-the-century inn offers the most discriminating traveler a refreshing retreat. Beautifully decorated with period antiques, spacious guest quarters, queen-size beds, private baths, down comforters, and remote cable TV are some of the details for rest and relaxation. There's no better place to start your day in the mountains than on the expansive front porch with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and the morning paper. The full, hearty, hot breakfast is a memorable time served at the massive farm table in the dining room. The freshest fruits and home baked breads begin the breakfast feast. During your stay, you will want to spend time with your favorite book or one of ours in the gathering room with the wood buring stove, curled up in the upstairs reading nook, or in the hammock under the hemlocks. Innkeepers Cindy & Paul Goedhart, look forward to your discovery of 1902 Turnpike House Bed & Breakfast, a favorite get-away in the mountains. It will become 'your' special place, not just another nice B&B.