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411 Broad St, Milford, PA 18337-1553
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#4 of 6 in Milford
The Tom Quick Inn was built in the late 1880s and is one of the original anchor buildings of Milford, Pennsylvania’s historic Main Street. In its nearly 140-year existence, the Inn has seen triumphs and overcome challenges—but Milford Hospitality Group is unveiling one of the most ambitious revitalization projects for the Tom Quick Inn yet. The Milford Hospitality Group was formed, in part, to bring the Tom Quick Inn back to its rightful place as a community centerpiece and national gem after a long period of abandonment. The newly renovated 100-person dining room, complete with a beautiful vintage bar, creates an ambiance of early Americana. Those looking for a touch of sunshine are welcome to dine on the historic covered veranda, open to the public three seasons of the year. The newly debuted menu features recognizable comfort foods, like pot roast and meatloaf, made with fresh ingredients for a new era twist. For special events, the Signature Room at the Tom Quick Inn is unmatched. This unique space accommodates up to 200 people, so you can comfortably celebrate any occasion together including weddings, graduations, and family reunions. The Varsity Bar provides this room’s statement piece. Featuring etched names, years, and events of our local history and surrounded by vintage, handmade pendants from colleges and universities, the Varsity Bar is an unforgettable backdrop for cherished moments. The Tom Quick Inn is also home to twelve stunning guest rooms. Each room welcomes you with a classic folk charm that is both comfortable and familiar. Our rooms are perfectly suited for relaxation after a long day of touring Milford’s many historic, cultural, and natural delights. From upscale dining and craft cocktails, to antique décor and creature comforts, Tom Quick Inn has everything you need for around-the-clock leisure. Let the Milford Hospitality experience envelope you and welcome you to our extraordinary little town.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Non-smoking hotel
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Outdoor dining area
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
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Private bathrooms
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Sean M wrote a review 12 May
Riverhead, New York4 contributions
It was just a one night stop after a conference, and Medford is conveniently located between where I was and where I was headed. The Inn was charming. Personel was excellent from check-in through dinner and into the next day. The accommodations were spacious, comfortable for one or two, and had all the amenities one would need. The restaurant was particularly good. I sat out on the porch on a delightful night and had a wonderful meal of scallops. The waitstaff was friendly and accommodating. I was very glad to have stopped in and may well return again.
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Date of stay: May 2022
HarryAnnie wrote a review Sep 2021
New York203 contributions127 helpful votes
The Tom Quick Inn has had a checkered history of openings and closings, falling into disrepair and rising from the ashes. At last, it has reopened and as a recent visit revealed, it is a great addition to the restaurant scene in Milford. Whilst the menu offers few surprises (perhaps with the exception of the Lumache Bolognese), charging $7 for a side of mashed potatoes or $6 for French Fries certainly is a trifle unusual. The wine list is manageable (white by the glass varies from $9 to $11.19 and red from $9 to $10), and signature craft cocktails can be had from $11 onwards (Tip: try the Pineapple Trainwreck!). Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. It is unclear whether lodging can be had as well (some rooms are "under construction) and be prepared to share your bathroom with others (Rooms 14 with 15, 16 with 17 whereas some have their own bathroom. No room prices published as yet. Overall, the restaurant is not super busy which provides the staff with the opportunity to be attentive but not overbearing. The food is well prepared and the courses arrive at acceptable intervals. Expect a bill of say $130 and up for a 3-course meal with a glass of wine for 2 (desserts start at $6 for gelato and a NY style cheesecake piece will set you back $12 - as will a Crème Brulée or a Pot de Crème). The TQ Inn is now owned by the Milford Hospitality Group, a baby of Bill Rosado (who started off with several car dealerships before branching out into the hospitality business. The interior of the restaurant seems a bit subdued (perhaps due to the color scheme?), but tables are spaced out Weill enough so that you don't have to listen to everybody else's dinner conversations. It is a bit reminiscent of an old English eatery (but not as far as prices are concerned) that would benefit from cheering up using some brighter and lighter colors in the right places. Time will tell (especially the winter period) how much the TQ Inn is loved by the locals. Perhaps the manager will keep an eye on occasional menu changes as well to retain both interest and attraction since nothing is more disenchanting (especially after a few visits) to be able to dispense with asking for the menu because you already know what's on it. The famous "daily specials" are no substitute for an occasional drastic menu review and change!
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Unless you arrive with a friendly couple, ask for a room with your own bathroom!
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Q4942JUchads wrote a review Jun 2021
Hawley, Pennsylvania90 contributions30 helpful votes
After years of being closed the TQ reopened. My wife and I met other family for dinner. The atmosphere was quiet and reminded me of how the restaurant use to be, but with a face lift. The food was good but nothing memorable. The staff was very attentive which was great. Overall we had a good time and would return.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: Parking is a mess in this town during the summer. You may be better parking on a side street.
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Road319343 wrote a review Jun 2021
Matamoras, Pennsylvania7 contributions1 helpful vote
Great food, good staff and right nice liquor. The outside porch is only for the lday calls. The visitors gets to sit at the bar and wait and wait and wait for dere foods. The menu is weird and mad up food names. The guy in the white shirt just stares you down l8keche wanna fights you.
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Date of stay: May 2021
JC B wrote a review Mar 2021
Wallkill279 contributions82 helpful votes
The restaurant area of the Tom Quick Inn has only been open for a week now, and they did a beautiful job of renovating it. Have missed it all these past years dearly! The setting is very romantic with a huge tropical fish tank which is relaxing to watch, lovely white tablecloths and settings, etc.. You might want to bring a flashlight, though! We had to use one on our phone to read the menu. The staff was delightfully friendly and the food very good, but the prices are a bit steep on some items, unfortunately. The Lumache Bolognese pasta dish was very flavorful (ground beef and ground pork pieces with a red sauce), but $20 seemed high for just an average amount of pasta with no salad or accompaniment. The grilled heritage pork chop entree was delicious, perfectly tender, and very thick (like a double chop) and came with some braised red cabbage and small wedges of green apple, but at $26 that also seemed a bit high since it did not come with a salad or anything else. The house salad at $8 was a pretty mixture of three types and colors of greens with a vinaigrette- type of dressing, but it did not have cucumbers, tomatoes, or any other additions, so that price also seemed high. We were disappointed that no bread or grated cheese for the pasta was offered. They probably have some if you request it, so be sure to ask. If you're looking for a very special place to celebrate an anniversary or such, this would be one to highly consider. It's right in the adorable borough of Milford near some cute shops.
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Date of stay: March 2021
US$207 - US$414 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesPennsylvaniaPocono Mountains RegionMilford
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tom Quick Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Tom Quick Inn?
Nearby attractions include The Columns Museum (0.3 km), Golden Fish Gallery (0.2 km), and The Artery Fine Art & Fine Craft Gallery (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tom Quick Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Tom Quick Inn?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Tom Quick Inn?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Tom Quick Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tom Quick Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Milford Diner & Restaurant, Bar Louis, and Dimmick Inn.
Is Tom Quick Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Milford.
Does Tom Quick Inn offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Tom Quick Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Grey Towers National Historic Site (1.6 km) and The Upper Mill (0.5 km).
Does Tom Quick Inn have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.
Is Tom Quick Inn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.