This was the fourth time we have stayed at Bridgeton’s Noble House Inn, each time enjoying a different room. Each room has its own personality. The Rugosa room overlooked the large backyard. The Noble room had a four poster bed and was on the second floor. The Pine Forest room looked out at – of course – the forest of pine trees.
This visit we were in the second floor Highland room. This suite had a small table and chairs, leather lounge chairs, mosaic lamps and a separate bedroom. Cindi told me that the bed and dresser were cottage pine decorated with milk paint. Antique windows in this room were originally from the barn.
The bathrooms are all elegantly furnished with inviting tubs and showers and stocked with luxurious bath supplies. And the sheets on the beds here are beyond the beyond in comfort.
Breakfasts at the Noble House are something to really look forward to. Imagine my surprise when I heard the sweetest bird song seemingly close by when I entered the breakfast room. I peeked from every angle to catch a glimpse at that bird. When Cindi entered I asked her what kind of bird that was.
She smiled, pointed to the speaker above our table, and showed me what I was hearing: Dan Gibson’s CD, Song Birds at Sunrise! Yup, music was coming from one speaker and the bird was singing from another speaker near me. The birdsong had me more alert than strong coffee would have! It's official. I am ready for the spring migration and the end of winter.