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The Whistling Swan Inn

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Stanhope, New Jersey

Professional Bed and Breakfast hosted by Tom and Rosalind Bruno

About The Property

The Whistling Swan Inn is nestled in the Skylands of Stanhope, New Jersey. Our graceful 1905 Victorian home has been restored to its original splendor and warmth. While visiting, guests are encouraged to explore our area whether through a peaceful stroll around the garden, sipping a glass of wine in our gazebo or enjoying breakfast on the veranda. Whatever the season, a plethora of activities are available for visitors. Take advantage of hiking, biking, shopping or antiquing activities that await you. Enjoy the flavors of Stanhope at one of th


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About The Property Manager

Tom and Rosalind Bruno

The road to this quiet tree-lined street in Stanhope, NJ was a rather circuitous one. After raising two children, innkeepers and native New Jerseyans, Tom and Rosalind Bruno, wanted to take control of their own future by owning their own business. Both Tom and Ros had fond childhood memories of Sussex County, a picturesque, rural part of the state that many people don’t even know exists. Tom spent many summer days riding his bicycle with friends from his hometown in Union to Lake Musconetcong for the fishing. Ros’ love affair with the Victorian Era, and in fact, all things British began in high school and continued throughout her first career as a public school English teacher. So when they began looking for the right bed and breakfast inn, it made sense to stay in New Jersey near family. Their exhaustive search led them to Whistling Swan Inn, a beautifully restored Victorian mansion. Owning the inn has enabled them to combine their individual creative talents of cooking, entertaining, home renovations and decorating and doing what they love best: providing a memorable experience for their guests. Tom and Ros have two grown children. Matthew is an environmental engineer living in Lebanon, NJ, and Nikki, who works as a manager at a financial services company in Manhattan. A recent addition to the family are Gabi and Chloe, German short-hair pointers. Although they never step foot in the inn, they are an eager welcoming committee of two, and are often seen out and about the grounds. Since purchasing the inn in late 2011, Tom and Ros have immersed themselves in community activities. Tom currently serves on the Lake Musconetcong Regional Planning Board, while Ros concentrates her efforts as a Board of Trustees member for the Friends of Waterloo Village.

110 Main Street, Stanhope, New Jersey 07874