Set in the gentle hills of Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, The Ryland Inn is elegance defined. This 220 year old equestrian estate has been revived by Frank and Jeanne Cretella, owners of Landmark Hospitality. They have taken great care to bring modern refinements to the property’s old-world charm, whilst curating a hospitality program that not only welcomes guests but embraces them in our traditions and unique historical heritage.
A Culinary Landmark, Back on Top, the Ryland Inn’s décor is a model of how to both preserve and restore a 200-year-old building. - The New York Times review
The Cretella’s are recognized for creating a look and feel that is highly designed yet incorporates traditional and distinguished materials with a modern flair. With this philosophy in mind, the Ryland Inn was transformed into a warm, inviting site where guests feel pampered by top-notch staff; but in a comfortable environment.
Renowned Executive Chef Chris Albrecht uses farm-to-table, local and sustainable ingredients making menus of fresh food and flavors that change with the seasons. The creative cuisine and spectacular dining experience shows why the Ryland Inn received four stars from New Jersey Monthly, an award that has not been given out in over a decade.