February 22nd, 2012
One of the many reasons our guests come to the Haddonfield Inn is that we are so close to one of the areas best locations for recreational and competitive rowing. The nearby Cooper River boasts a world-class, Olympic-distance, 2000 meter narrow and sheltered straightaway. Even if you are not going to a regatta, the Cooper River Park is a great place to spend the day, with plenty of walking and biking trails, a doggie park and softball fields. Spectators and competitors alike love nothing more than after a long day at the Cooper River than to come “home” to a hot whirlpool tub and soft luxurious beds. If you are planning a day at the Cooper River, consider booking at the Haddonfield Inn, a luxury bed and breakfast in nearby Haddonfield, NJ for a weekend you will always remember.
2012 Cooper River Regatta Schedule
- March 17, 2012 – Jesuit Invitational
- April 14 & 15, 2012 – Knecht Cup
- April 21, 2012 – TBA
- April 28, 2012 – Garden States Regatta
- April 29, 2012 – Cooper Cup Regatta
- May 5, 2012 – Atlantic 10 Championships
- May 13, 2012 – Women’ Eastern Sprints
- May 24, 25, 26, 2012 – SRAA Nationals
- May 31, June 1 & 2, 2012 – IRA Regatta
- June 23, 2012 – Catch the Cooper Regatta
- July 11 thru 15, 2012 – US Rowing Club Nationals
- November 10, 2012 – Frostbite Regatta
- November 11, 2012 – Braxton Regatta
Click here for more information on a Cooper River rowing.
Click here for more information on Cooper River Park.
August 6th, 2011
Here at the Haddonfield Inn we strive for the utmost in guest comfort. Getting a good night’s sleep when traveling is so important! To help our guests get a good night’s sleep we only use down alternative comforters and fossfil pillows instead of feather pillows and comforters. The microfiber linens from The Comphy Co that we dress our beds with usually garner an emphatic;” These are the softest sheets I have ever slept on!” And the pillow top mattresses and quilted mattress covers complete the picture.
Last spring when one of our guests had a small allergic reaction to our laundry detergent, we switched. Now we use only unscented, dye free laundry detergent and dryer sheets to launder all our towels, luxury bathrobes, bed linens and cloth napkins. Our guest’s entire experience from bed to breakfast is important to us! You can rest easy knowing that your stay won’t be interrupted by a stuffy nose or itchy eyes! Sweet Dreams!
October 6th, 2010
Whether you have business in Philadelphia, South Jersey, or with one of our many businesses in Haddonfield, NJ, you can take advantage of our substantial weekday discounts year round. This discount only applies to travelers booking one person per room from Sunday through Thursday. The discounts range from $60- $170 off per room. We call this discount our corporate rate.
Many business travelers prefer the quiet, scenic neighborhood and the convenience of the high speed line to Philadelphia, Camden and other South Jersey towns, only blocks away. The small town shops and restaurants are a favorite as well, and are also in walking distance. All corporate reservations come with a continental breakfast and complimentary snacks and beverages are available 24/7. Wireless high speed internet is available throughout the inn. Each room has a fireplace, cable TV, bathrobes, and a full bathroom, many with whirlpool tubs. If you would like to have a full breakfast and guest for breakfast this can be accommodated as well.
To receive this reduced rate when booking online: Click “Availability” on the main menu. Choose the day(s) you want to stay and how many adults,(1). If you don’t choose one adult then you can’t see the corporate rate. On the next page choose the room you want to stay in. The next page after this, next to “Available Rate”, choose Corporate Rate and click “Apply”. You will then see the reduced rate and can continue with booking the room at that price. You can also book your room by phone. Please be sure to let the innkeeper know that you are traveling alone and would like the corporate rate.
Haddonfield Inn’s regular non-holiday rates are $199-299.
The corporate rates range from $139-149 and come with a continental breakfast.
For any other questions, please give us a call or send us an email! 800.269.0014 or 856.428.2195
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July 14th, 2010
Making Breakfast for a Crowd
Here at the Haddonfield Inn we get a lot of requests for this particular recipe. It is rich and satisfying, and a delight to the senses. I can’t think of a better way to start the day before heading out to the shops in town or the museums in the city. We serve this most weekends in the summer especially when we have a good number of guests staying at the inn. Sometimes I make as may as 3 trays at a time! Because it has to bake for an hour our guests usually wake up to the smell of cinnamon and vanilla. It makes the inn smell fabulous!
Baked Peaches and Cream French Toast
Loaf of French, Italian or Challah Bread
8 large eggs
2/3 cup of super fine sugar
1 teaspoon sugar
1 ½ cup of milk
1 ½ cup cream or half and half
1teaspoon vanilla extract
1 8 oz package of cream cheese
5 cups of sliced peaches, fresh or frozen
1 ½ tablespoons of lemon juice
4 tablespoons brown sugar
1 ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
Spray a 9×13 baking pan with Cooking Spray.
Slice Bread into ½ inch slices.
Arrange Slices in a single layer in the pan.
Cut cream cheese into equal portions, (depending on how much cream cheese you like), and top each slice with a thick strip of cream cheese in the middle. Add another slice of bread on top of the first slice of bread.
Whisk together eggs, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and super fine sugar. Add milk, cream, vanilla and stir until combined. Pour mixture over the bread.
In a medium bowl, toss peaches with 2 tablespoons brown sugar and lemon juice. Arrange peach slices evenly over bread. Combine remaining cinnamon and brown sugar and sprinkle over top. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Bake the next day at 350-375F depending on your oven for 50-60 minutes. Check the middle of the dish to see if it is set before removing from the oven.
Garnish with powdered sugar, fresh peaches, raspberries and a dollop of whipped cream.
We serve this at the Haddonfield Inn with a side of sausage links and preceded by a fresh fruit cup, coffee and your choice of juice. Any entree of the day may be substituted with your choice of eggs, any way you like them, and toast in addition to the meat side of the day.
(Photos coming soon! We will be making this recipe Saturday, July 17,2010 and hope to take some great photos. Happy Baking!)
May 1st, 2010
May 1st is here at the Haddonfield Inn with a high of 90F, A great day to spend on the Delaware River.
The River Link Ferry launches its 2010 season with a “Kids Ride Free Promotion” this weekend. From Noon until 6 p.m. the ferry will offer a FREE ride to children ages 12 years and younger with each paid adult ticket purchase. As an added bonus The Battleship New Jersey, Camden Riversharks, Delaware River Waterfront Corporation, Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing, Adventure Aquarium, Independence Seaport Museum, Campbell’s Soup and the Camden Children’s Garden will be taking part in the fun greeting passengers and distributing goodies during the afternoon. Bonus: It’s always cooler by the water! The ferry’s first departure from Camden is at 9:30 a.m. and Philadelphia at 10 a.m. The last ferry of the day will leave Camden at 6:30 p.m. and Penn’s Landing at 7 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »
April 23rd, 2010
We are often asked by guests at our bed and breakfast, Haddonfield Inn, for restaurant recommendations. Fuji is one of our favorites.
Located in the mini mall in downtown historic Haddonfield it is one of the finest Japanese restaurants in the universe. This gem with its Zen inspired décor has the pre-requisite sushi bar and also a large menu of traditional Japanese dishes. Read the rest of this entry »
March 16th, 2010
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of Philadelphia’s greatest treasures. One of my favorite places in the Philadelphia Art Museum to visit is the Armory. At first, (at least for me), it is quite unexpected, since it is not typically what one might think of as art. Upon further examination and observation, it does truly deserve a place of honor as art. The intricate metal work and the attention to detail are very impressive. What always struck me was how small the armor is. Men really were shorter back in the knights and maidens ages! There are many more surprises like this in store at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for the visitor who takes the time to discover what every room and exhibit has to offer.
The latest and certainly one of the most exciting exhibits to come to the Philadelphia Museum of Art is Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris. The following excerpt is taken from the museum’s website: “Internationally recognized as one of the most innovative and influential artists of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) was at his most ferociously inventive between 1905 and 1945. Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris surveys his work during these crucial decades, when he transformed the history of art through his innate virtuosity and protean creativity.”
I couldn’t have said it better myself! You don’t have to be a Picasso fan to appreciate how different and recognizable Picasso’s works are. I am sure that among the two-hundred fourteen paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, you will find many surprises with-in this well known artist’s collection. One well known painting, in which he has cast himself and his two poet friends, Three Musicians (1921), will be displayed and shows his exploration of Synthetic Cubism. Some of these works of art have not been shown in several decades due to their sensitivity to light and delicate condition. Included in the exhibition is an audio tour which is sure to enrich your experience and knowledge of Picasso and the expatriate artists like Marc Chagall, Jacques Lipchitz, Patrick Henry Bruce, and Man Ray, who formed an, international avant-garde group known as the School of Paris. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see these works en mass! Read the rest of this entry »
February 19th, 2010
There is nothing like walking down a pathway surrounded by flowers and trees in the dead of winter. If you’ve been to the Philadelphia International Flower Show before, than you know what I am talking about. You will realize that you miss the smell mulch and dirt just as much as flowers! The last time I went, I was amazed at how they were able to truck in all of the dirt, mulch, trees, shrubs and flowers!
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August 30th, 2009
Bring your well behaved dog to our bed and breakfast Philadelphia
We love our dog. We know how frustrating it can be to travel with your pooch and be rejected from one lodging option after another because dogs aren’t allowed. And yet dogs love vacations, too. They love the car rides and the long walks down new, interesting streets. Historic Haddonfield, NJ, home to our Philadelphia area b&b, is a lovely town to stroll any time of year.
There is simply no reason to lock people out of high quality lodging because they have chosen to travel with the family dog rather than board him. That’s why we are a pet friendly bed breakfast philadelphia. We offer the finest accomodations for people and pets, so that you all feel welcome.
July 14th, 2009
During your stay with us, leave the car behind at the Inn, and ride PATCO into the heart of Philadelphia. The Haddonfield station is only a two minute walk from the Inn.
The ride into the heart of downtown at Market Street from Haddonfield is only 15 minutes and the round trip fare is $4.70.
“Downtown Philadelphia” originally uploaded by John Donges.
Once in Philadelphia, consider a visit to the Old City (a short stroll from PATCO station), where 40 art galleries and shops stay open late on the first Friday of every month. Old City is one of Philly’s most lively neighborhoods, with a thriving art, restaurant and club scene.
If shopping is on your list of things to do, there are exclusive boutiques at Liberty Place and Rittenhouse Row, where you’ll also find a lively sidewalk cafe scene.