Beautifully renovated three-story, French, Second Empire-style wood frame Inn, with a perfectly symmetrical façade, adorned with a welcoming veranda that extends across the entire face of the building. The Tom Quick Inn, the second oldest building in Pike County, is located in the heart of Milford, at 411 Broad Street, and has been a part of the town’s history for well over a century. The “eclectic but quaint town” filled with art galleries, restaurants, antiques, music and shopping is only 90 minutes from New York City and has been quoted as one of the “10 Coolest Small Towns,” as well as a “well-kept secret.”
The true luxuries to experience are the historic architecture, the natural beauty of the land, the world-class food, unforgettable hospitality and laidback social life. The warm and friendly Tom Quick Inn makes unforgettable introductions with everything under one roof, including their fusion cuisine, sushi bar, ballroom, and their soon-to-be-famous sports bar and night club, The Club, Milford After Dark.