Accolades for nearly fifteen years!
Inn at Glencairn: Hospitality and a Touch of History (US1 News, 3/17/18)
It's Always Romantic at the Inn at Glencairn (Princeton Packet, February 2017)
Offbeat Princeton: Exploring the Road Less Traveled (New Jersey Monthly, October 2015)
A Spirit of History in Princeton (North Jersey, 3/14/10)
Off the Beaten Track ~ Princeton, NJ (The Wall Street Journal, 9/26/06)
For a Genuinely Civilized Experience, Take Some Friends to Tea (Princeton Packet, 7/11/06)
Worth the Trip ~ Princeton (New Jersey Monthly, April 2006)
History meets Hi-tech at the Inn at Glencairn (Princeton Magazine, Spring 2006)
A Princeton getaway to remember and the Inn at Glencairn (NJ Countryside, 1/2006)
Joining the Inn Crowd (Trenton Times, 11/6/2005)
B&B Dream in Lawrenceville (US1 News, 8/31/2005)
Historic House finds new life as a Bed and Breakfast (The Lawrence Ledger, 6/9/2005)
"A perfect blend of old and new."
-Dee & John, Powhatan, VA
"Your attention to detail, both historic and contemporary, is second to none."
-Michelle & Bill, Portola Valley, CA
"My favorite place for a getaway with my Ex."
- Jeremy, Los Angeles, CA
"If you can make my mother happy, you are a miracle."
- M, Beverly Hills, CA
"It's all in the details."
- Ginny, Larchmont, NY
"What more can you ask for? Superb!"
- Andy & Monica, Scotland
Recipient of the Lawrence Township New Building/Renovation Award (2005)
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame (2019)
Associations and Partnerships
Professional Association of Innkeepers International
Princeton University Preferred Hotels
Preferred Inns of New Jersey
NJ Sustainable Business Registry
Inn at Glencairn Art Exhibit
Inn at Glencairn is currently featuring the following artists in its exhibit. Please contact us directly for more extensive biographies and a list of artwork and prices.
Allen Barber (1939-1994)
Allen Barber literally saw the world differently. His perceptions of the world are just enough skewed from the predictable to catch us off-balance and disrupt our workaday version of life around us. The usual response to such a disruption is to laugh and that is what Barber’s paintings often make us do. But it’s an uneasy laughter because this man knew too much of the darker side of humanity and invested his art with humor over our folly. He cherished humanity as he saw it – ludicrous, tragic and marvelous – and he left us a unique record of his caring. Works by Allen Barber are in the public collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Philadelphia Museum, Yale University, The American Embassy in Lisbon, The Binational Center in Lima, Philadelphia Free Library, and The Patten Corporation.
Catherine J. Martzloff
Catherine has been drawn to landscapes since returning to full-time painting a little over five years ago. Perhaps it is the fact that she connects with the idea that her life is similar to a work of art and has a landscape of its own that may not be so separate from her painting. Steady self discipline, commitment, working with fellow artists and a few talented teachers over the past years has provided a strong ground for her practice. Whether a literal or figurative point of view is taken, color and texture always contribute to her overriding story. They are the cornerstones of her expression in any given experience. For more information about Catherine’s artwork, please click here to visit her website.
Janet Hautau is a Pratt Institute alumnus and an award-winning art director and former New York- based graphic designer. Janet currently operates her own Princeton-based design studio. She has increasingly pursued her lifelong interest in fine art, as an illustrator, photographer and printmaker. Ms. Hautau’s work has been exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, the Wilkinson Gallery in Philadelphia, The Phillips Mill Gallery in New Hope and numerous other galleries in New Jersey.