The other day I took my mom out for her birthday lunch in the quaint country town Sergeantsville, New Jersey. Sergeantsville is located in southwestern Hunterdon County, NJ. I actually lived nearby until I was about four years old!
Can you understand why she chose this charming and sentimental place for our outing?
Just west of the picturesque village you will find the last covered bridge still standing in New Jersey…
Isn’t it beautiful?
I would love to come back here when it’s covered with snow!
We enjoyed a delicious lunch in “the library” at the historic Sergeantsville Inn. It was so special to spend some leisurely time sitting by the fireplace, catching up with my mom. I can see why she loves this place so much.
It was also wonderful to drive through this beautiful area of New Jersey. Not much has changed over the years.
Such a lovely place to be in the fall!
I was disappointed to learn that last year was the 40th and final year of the town’s “Thanksgiving in the Country” house tour! What fun it would be to attend something like that! You can read more about it here – NJ.com.
Have you been to any quaint country towns recently?
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