Lynn Feasley has spent the last 30 years finding historic properties with good bones and breathing life into them.  A graduate of Harvard College and SUNY ESF’s Landscape Architecture program with a special interest in historic preservation she worked at the Rural Heritage Program at the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  In 1992 she bought and restored a 1848 log cabin schoolhouse near Camp David.  More recently she restored a 1791 house on Neversink Drive in Huguenot, NY and built a 12′ x 24’ green miniature house on the footprint of a boathouse on White Lake. The Cottage in the Pines fulfills a long time dream of restoring an old mill.


Julia Molloy is a recent graduate of East Stroudsburg University with her Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management. She has spent the last 8 years gaining experience in various hospitality roles from Front Desk at a children's waterpark resort to Housekeeping Supervisor at a large casino hotel. Her dream has always been to manage a bed and breakfast and provide unique, unmatched guest experiences for travelers seeking a more personalized getaway. Julia loves baking and breakfast at the Cottage, providing a lovely start to the day for her guests. Immersed in adventurous sports all her life, Julia enjoys finding new, fun things to do in the area and making recommendations to guests. Whether they are looking for hiking, running, rock- climbing, or taking a restful day reading and relaxing near the babbling waterfall, she wants to help create the perfect get-away or once in a lifetime event.