5 sur août 20, 2014
We stayed for two nights in the suite. The property is lovely, and the hosts even better. It's a nice Colonial property with a lot of history, nicely and cozily decorated. The place is quiet with pretty surroundings. The hosts are wonderful, and do everything to make sure you enjoy your stay and have everything you need. This includes fresh-cut flowers in your room, care-package breakfast (I had to leave at 5 am for a race), and they are so friendly and accommodating, I felt I was at home. I will go back next year. A++ experience all around! I wish I could have stayed longer.
5 sur août 19, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful weekend at the Nutmeg Inn. Lynne and Mark were so nice and helpful, they made us feel right at home! The breakfasts were amazing- decadent peach french toast, pesto stratta, and fresh sourdough bread! We will definitely recommend the Nutmeg Inn others!
4,8 sur août 11, 2014
We recently stayed overnight at this historic inn (our second visit) in the Thyme room, which was very spacious and comfortable (accommodated three of us). Mark was gracious and friendly as always and even prepared the breakfast we requested for our son's birthday (banana-stuffed French toast--yummy!). The cold fruit soup and homemade sourdough bread hot from the oven was superb! Mark, thanks for another great stay!
5 sur juillet 26, 2014
This little inn was very comfortable and welcoming, so much so that we wanted to move in permanently. From the beautiful room to the scrumptious breakfast, everything offered went above and beyond the normal level of quality of such a place. We would go back in a heartbeat.
5 sur juillet 23, 2014
We stayed at the inn for two nights this July and really enjoyed our visit. We stayed in the Rosemary room. It was very large and had a wonderful view of the yard and pool. The inn was spotless, the breakfasts were wonderful and the hospitality provided by our host Mark was so special. We will definitely keep this spot in mind in our future travels through NH. Thanks again !
3,4 sur juillet 15, 2014
Needed a nice place to stay for a wedding.
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Deb and Tim
3,6 sur juin 11, 2014
The room itself was wonderful however the bathroom was very small with a vanity that seemed jammed in between the toilet and the shower. Also our room had one fire log but no matches in the container. The inn keepers were very nice and they even had a tray with just about anything you could have forgotten complimentary even though stores aren't far. The rooms and the common areas of the inn were very clean. I feel like if you had a group of people in separate rooms you could have a lot of fun in the common areas. If the room had a better bathroom situation I would say it would meet my expectations as far as value is concerned but the bathroom being tiny made the room seem overpriced. As for the food, it was pretty tasty. Fresh homemade bread and granola, cinnamon buns, fruit with some kind of cream dollop, and an egg casserole. It was all very good though the casserole had a bit more in it than I'd have liked and didn't seem to have much egg.
4,4 sur juin 08, 2014
We spent a rainy few days in Meredith NH. Mark and Lynne made our stay welcome and pleasant. The food was extraordinary! The the company was fantastic. I recommend the Nutmeg Inn if you are staying in Meredith!
5 sur juin 04, 2014
This place is beautiful! We were greeted by Mary, the most helpful and energetic person you would ever want to meet. She showed us all around and told us lots of history about the inn. The owners of the inn are warm and welcoming as well. We had the Teaberry room. This room has its own private entrance out to a deck. It was decorated in white wicker. Very lovely and romantic. The food was incredible. There was so much of it as well. They even had snacks out during the day if you needed a little something to nibble. We loved this place.
5 sur mai 30, 2014
My wife and I planned a long awaited vacation to New England and chanced upon the Nutmeg Inn. It was a wonderful find. Mark, the Innkeeper went out of his way to call and check on our arrival time and plans. We arrived well before dinner and had plenty of time to learn the history of the Nutmeg Inn and its amazing past. Mark was awesome and a pure gentleman. We felt like long friends before we left. The breakfast we had cannot be given describe with any success. It must be only experienced. Mark awakes at 4:30 to make fresh bread each morning, and that was just part of the 4 courses of delight. We will be back when we adventure out this way. LOVED IT..thats all I can say
5 sur mai 06, 2014
My husband and I have been to the Nutmeg Inn two times and it was absolutely wonderful. The Innkeepers, Mark and Lynne, are just fantastic. They made us feel right at home immediately. The Inn is gorgeous and so comfortable. The breakfast was absolutely delicious. We have recommended the Inn to everyone we know!
4,0 sur février 23, 2014
Loved the fireplaces that were kept burning and stocked with wood.
5 sur février 04, 2014
The room was lovely and the fireplace was exceptionally great on the colder nights. The breakfasts were amazing, and we still long for Lynne's granola & Mark's sourdough bread!
4,8 sur janvier 15, 2014
Beautiful 1700s building and wonderful hosts. Great food, company and conversation.
5 sur décembre 30, 2013
Mark and Lynne obviously love what they do...they were the consummate hosts. From the rich history of the property to the incredible breakfasts, they truly went above and beyond. Can't wait to go back!
3,8 sur novembre 15, 2013
We received a warm welcome upon our arrival and enjoyed delicious breakfasts and cozy fireplaces! Mark and Lynne made us feel at home from the moment we walked in. A relaxing and enjoyable weekend. Pat & John, RI
5 sur novembre 04, 2013
Great stay, the couple that owns the inn treats you like family. Highly recommended
4,6 sur novembre 01, 2013
Little off the beaten path but well worth the search! Our hosts were super....the stay is worth the history lesson.. We will return. Mike & Marie
5 sur octobre 24, 2013
Wonderful accommodations! Breakfast was delicious and plentiful, and to top it off our hosts Lynne and Mark were so friendly and pleasant to make sure we were totally satisfied with our stay at the Inn. Nestled in the hills of Meredith, NH, yet only minutes to all the attractions the area had to offer. Nutmeg Inn.........the best kept secret in New England, but not for long! Give it a try. We hope to make the trip again from Delaware in the future.
4,8 sur octobre 17, 2013
My fiance and I stayed two nights (mid-week) at this lovely B&B. Just finding that the structure is 250 years old blew me away! Improvements and structural maintenance have been carried out over the years, but the integrity of the Inn is phenomenal - such as original hand-hewn beams on the ceiling and original hardwood flooring. Each evening there was a beautiful fire in the main (original) fireplace where we could sit and play games or just relax. Our room was lovely with a very comfortable bed. I felt very "at home". I think it was named "Cinnamon". Mark, the proprietor, was a great guy. He was very warm and funny, always wearing his Hawaiian shirt! His cooking was great and creative as well! He always had homemade bread available along with other homemade snacks and drinks. The grounds are beautiful and we were a short drive to various towns and antique stores. I would definitely go here again maybe in the summer when I could enjoy the pool! We were there this fall to enjoy nice weather and beautiful fall foliage!
4,2 sur octobre 17, 2013
We stayed in the Parsley room for one night over leafing season. The owner of the property greeted us on arrival and gave us a very interesting history of the house. We were delighted to be offered free hot coffee, apple cider, home-made muffins and bottles of beer that are available to all guests. They have a beautiful pool table and we enjoyed playing on it. There is also a smaller TV room and board games available for entertainment. After the tour, we were shown our room which was probably the smallest in the house and furthest distance from the main entrance. The room was charming with nice bedding and sheets. The only thing we noticed was that the bathroom is very small - about the size of a very narrow hallway. We didn't take a shower there because it was too small. We liked the fact that they offered very nice toiletries though - and if you forget your toothbrush or toothpaste they have plenty. Breakfast is served relatively early for us - between 8-9:30am, although you can sit and stay past 9:30am at your leisure. You sit on communal dining tables and are served a few courses of what the kitchen has to offer. We loved the freshly baked bread and assortment of juices. The main meal was a sausage baked into a pancake served with maple syrup - a special recipe. We enjoyed breakfast - however we would have loved to eat some eggs, bacon, or vegetables which were not offered. Overall we really enjoyed our stay and would come back. There is a lot to do in Meredith and the scenery is spectacular. The value for your money is also very good.
4,6 sur octobre 10, 2013
Lynne and Mark are simply outstanding hosts. The house is beautifull and incredibly well kept. Quality bed and linens (and we stayed in ginger which is one of their smaller rooms). Very copious breakfast. I don't really see what else we could ask for. Too bad we stayed there only one night. We'll be back!
4,8 sur octobre 07, 2013
An outstanding structure built before the US independence. Most important are the beds which are great. The owners care for detail far exceeds what you would find at your typical B&B. A fire in the fireplace morning and night adds to the ambiance. Better visit quickly before the local beer provided in the frig is gone.. .Don't be afraid to talk technical with the hostess. She is a retired scientist.