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Considered one the country's wealthiest east coast towns, this exquisite boutique hotel and contemporary French restaurant of Homestead Inn - Thomas Henkelmann is located in the prestigious Belle Haven residential area, yet minutes from the attractive downtown. Perfectly placed on 2.7 lushly manicured acres, this timeless architecturally significant luxury hotel and world renowned French restaurant, Thomas Henkelmann, is an impressive showcase of elegance, warmth and refined hospitality. Homestead Inn - Thomas Henkelmann epitomizes the blending of distinct character with modern amenities.
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