Enjoy historic lodging at a Plainfield, NJ bed and breakfast. Plainfield, named the “Queen City of the East” in the 1860s for its clean air and natural beauty, is today a perfect balance of elegant residential neighborhoods and easy access to most of New Jersey’s treasures. New York City is an easy destination by car, train or NJ Transit bus, and most of New Jersey’s major highways are reached within 15 minutes or less. Explore Plainfield and its adjacent towns and discover boutique shopping, world class restaurants, antique shopping, horseback riding, the hiking trails of the Watchung Reservation just minutes away, golf, amazing malls, and so much more. From the Meadowlands and the Statue of Liberty to Great Adventure, wineries to Newark Airport, it is all easy to reach from Plainfield.

Plainfield’s history predates the Revolution, with the Drake House Museum, the Quaker Meeting House, the historic firehouse, and the Georgian Revival City Hall bearing testimony to the treasure trove of architectural excellence to be found in this small city. There are now seven historic districts, each with its own significant style, and many offering periodic public tours. Step back in history, and stay at an historic B&B in Plainfield.  With reservations at a New Jersey Inns bed and breakfast, you can be assured your accommodations will be comfortable and inviting, a welcome alternative to typical hotel lodging.

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Les Saisons

304 Elmwood Avenue, Maplewood, NJ 07040

Distance to Plainfield: 10.38 mi

Les Saisons, French for “The Seasons”, for its four seasonally decorated bedrooms. This Second Empire French Victorian, Circa 1840, is located behind large stone columns, nestled in the middle of a fenced-in, wooded acre of beautifully landscaped property. As much … Continue reading ...