These are the moistest muffins and a wonderful alternative to blueberry and banana nut. They are pretty too! For the topping, stir together and set aside 3 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons finely ground walnuts 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon For the muffins whisk together: 2 large eggs 1/2 cup canola or walnut oil 1/4 cup buttermilk 2 […]
This is my favorite breakfast, just right if you are only cooking for two. This fluffy omelet never ceases to impress but it only looks big because you whip the egg whites. For a bigger group, double up on the recipe, use a larger pan and serve open faced. Change the herbs and cheese to […]
When I look out my windows at my garden, I suddenly realize that summer is half gone. You can always tell when the bee balm is fading and the blackeyed susies are in full bloom. My roses look great but my stunning hydrangas are starting to droop. The fall blooming sedum is all budded […]
Every Innkeeper will tell you that having a non-Inn related outlet is an absolute necessity for sanity. July has been busy, busy, busy and while that is really a good thing, all work and no play make Adriane a dull girl. So I’ve been working on my golf game in between breakfast and the laundry. […]
I have made a wonderful new friend – a young Venezuelan painter who was visiting Milford to attend a workshop with a local landscape artist, Peter Fiore. He stayed at Harrington House for the entire week. Not only did he learn a lot from Peter, but he wanted all my breakfast recipes. He kept me […]
At long last the Park Service has reopened what has been noted as one of Pike County’s real treasures. The Park has been closed since 2011 while the NPS built extensive walkways and bridges throughout. The George W. Childs Recreation Site is a former state park that is the site of a number of […]
The spring weather has been a little cool and very wet but the garden just loves it! I do believe I can see the plants growing especially along the new fence that is surrounding the back an sides of the property. But the real test is that the summer people have all returned to Pike […]
When I moved to Milford with my senior dog, Daniel and my adventurous kitty Charly, I new my new home would be pet friendly. It took me almost two years to become an official Pet Friendly Inn. Five years later my energetic dog, Spencer, curious new kitty, Nicodemus and I enjoy greeting guests and their […]
The 2013 Milford Music Festival is set to take place June 7th through 9th and once again the tree lined streets of historic Milford will be filled with the sounds of music. This is the first big event of the summer season in Milford and not something to miss. Harrington House will be sponsoring […]
One of the things you just do when coming to Milford is to visit Grey Towers, our outstanding local historic landmark and childhood home of Gifford Pinchot, known as the founder of the American Conservation movement and the first leader of the US Forest Service. PBS has put together a great documentary, Seeking the […]
Last year, Harrington House gardens were featured on the Milford Garden Club’s Annual Secret Garden Tour in July. Very shortly thereafter Happenings Magazine came to photograph for for their April 2013 issue. Check out page 81. I am pretty pleased.
So much for February! Always been glad that it is a short month. So thoughts turn to spring and all the projects that need to be scheduled. Weatherbug says its still winter but when the sun comes out and the temperature starts creeping up to the 40′s it is hard not to be hopeful. The […]
So Spencer and I decided we really needed to expand the Harrington House family. Meet Nicodemus. He’s quite a guy keeping both Spencer and I on our toes. Has not quite figured out what goes on upstairs although he clearly understands that is not his space and he appears to have all the characteristics of […]
Once again the Columns presents Winter Wednesdays, a Milford musical tradition. Each performance is held in the intimate cabaret setting of the Foundation Room at The Columns Museum 608 Broad Street, Milford. Opening night features the Music of Terri Dixon and Jane Mangini on February 27th at 7 pm, followed by Walt Edwards on March 6th. The ever popular […]
For the first time since opening Harrington House in 2008, this Innkeeper took a vacation visiting friends and family up and down the east coast and playing golf. Looks like I missed some of the most frigid weather which just broke my heart. But now I’m back and committed to do all the things I […]
The Columns Museum Proudly Presents….. A one man play written and performed by Mr. Billy Hipkins…. “For the Benefit of Miss Jennie Gourlay” As seen off Broadway, now being performed in Milford, Pa. to benefit the preservation of the Gourlay Costume Collection housed at the Columns Museum. Mr. Hipkins’ performance is historically accurate, engaging, funny […]
So this is what it looks like in Milford right now. After last winter with no snow, we are looking forward to a better winter season for snow enthusiasts. However we need a vacation so the Inn will be closed from January 7th through January 31st. Reopening just in time for Valentine’s Day so make […]
With the holidays, come holiday parties. Make it a special one by reserving a room at your favorite B&B! Don’t drink and drive!
Great news! The new and improved Harrington House website is lauched! Let me know what you think. Great new pictures by our special friend, Bill Cohen.
The leaves are fading but it’s not winter yet! Great hiking and biking still to do in the Delaware Water Gap. And we are spotting a number of eagles in the area. Get that last weekend away before the holiday crush!