My 2 children (ages 7 & 9) and I spent an evening in the Monaco Suite. Upon arrival, I was impressed with a friendly and helpful staff. The room was lovely and perfect for traveling with children. It had a separate entrance (as well as an interior door into the lobby.) I was able to put the children to bed and close my door to a separate bedroom. The rooms share a lovely gas fireplace. The sheets on the bed were the most comfortable I've ever experienced. Our breakfast was wonderful; fresh fruit, warm muffins, a spinach and tomato strata, bacon, and home fried potatoes. The lobby offered a nice variety of snacks throughout the day, comparable to a concierge floor at a Ritz Carlton! My daughter forgot her wallet in the room, and the manager promptly called us so we were able to retrieve it before leaving Haddonfield. We look forward to returning to the Inn this spring or summer.
Testimonials and Reviews
“Warm, Cozy & Romantic Getaway”
A friend and I were looking for a close, yet different getaway for a little holiday spirit and shopping. This choice turned out to be perfect. It was drizzly all day which was great for a day of romance and rest in a beautifully decorated suite which was both clean and lovely. Later in the day when the weather cleared, we went to a lovely dinner at the Little Tuna, upon the recommendation of the Inn Keeper, which was by far the best meal we've had in many many years. The shops downtown provided all of the festivities and charm of the holidays. I would highly recommend this wonderful Inn to anyone looking for a little tranquility and romance.
Mr. & Mrs. James Cornejo
One of the best parts of the Haddonfield Inn was in the DETAIL. The towels and robes felt perfect, the bed and the sheets were heavenly, the whirlpool was enormous, and the fireplace was such a treat to have in December. Even the complimentary soaps and lotion were perfect. By the way, we stayed in the Safari Room.
I strongly recommend this inn for a quiet and relaxing get-away and look forward to visiting again with the kids next time.
Mrs. Nora Reilly