Back in 1769, Moravians from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania established a settlement at Hope, New Jersey. Though their primary purpose was serving as missionaries to the local Native Americans, they understood the necessity of commerce in sustaining their lifestyle. The first permanent structure built in the village was an imposing, 5 story stone gristmill.
The Moravians left the village of Hope in 1808, and all the church owned buildings were sold. The water powered mill continued grinding local farmers' grain for another 136 years. Closed for nearly 3 decades, the mill and surrounding buildings were restored and renovated to become the Inn at Millrace Pond.
Today, the Inn meets the 21st Century needs of discerning guests. Features include the Dining Room, Fireside Tavern, 17 guest rooms and the Meeting House. Our 23 acre campus boasts rolling lawns, the centuries old millrace carved from solid rock, a tennis court and woodland paths.
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