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This elegant Inn serves as an intimate and romantic retreat for adults who wish to relax and take advantage of snowshoeing on-site, cross country skiing, nearby skiing and the natural attractions of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Set in 200 acres of gardens, pines and ponds, the Inn’s peaceful ambiance offers uncompromising attention to detail, highly personalized, warm service and award-winning New England style cuisine. Adair Country Inn & Restaurant is located within a short drive of Cannon Mountain and only 20 minutes from Loon Mountain. Get away from it all and unwind at this peaceful country inn. •Magnificent views of the Presidential Range •Nine individually appointed guest room •Some rooms with fireplace •Deluxe rooms with fireplace and 2-person whirlpool bath •Complimentary Gourmet Breakfast •Complimentary afternoon tea with home-baked goodies •Library and living room •Granite Tap Room with pool table •Restaurant serving dinner Thursday thru Monday "Deliberately small...Naturally quiet!"
Romantic retreat with walk-out balcony, comfortable king-sized sleigh bed, fireplace with comfortable reading chairs, huge two-person jacuzzi with separate shower and commode, CD player, and library. Views from the balcony are of the Presidential Range with Mt. Washington to the east and the Dalton Range to the north. Balcony overlooks the rear of the estate and the various gardens, reflecting pond, and tennis court.
Nightly Rate: $325 - $375
Queen bedded room with traditional private bath
Nightly Rate: $195 - $245
Spacious and cheerful deluxe fireplace room with four-poster queen bed, corner gas fireplace with comfortable loveseat, two reading chairs and antique slant-top desk. Step down into the bathroom with two-person soaking tub. Lafayette has six windows overlooking the front gardens, circle, pond, and surrounding woods. Room is filled with original artwork. Named as one of "Ski Country"s Best Beds" in Ski Magazine.
Nightly Rate: $295 - $325
Large and brightly lit room with four-poster queen bed, corner fireplace, and a newly expanded and refurbished bathroom with two=person soaking tub. Room has six windows overlooking the rear of the estate and its gated garden, across the Ammonoosuc River Valley to the Dalton Mountains. Original art, CD player, writing desk and reading chairs complete the picture.
Nightly Rate: $295 - $345
Romantic room with four-poster queen bed, corner fireplace with loveseat, lovely antiques, and wonderful views of both The Presidential Range to the east and the Dalton Range to the north. Cabot has a standard bathroom with tub/shower combination and a large closet.
Nightly Rate: $235 - $285
4.8 on October 06, 2014
We simply adore this small country house hotel. With a total of only nine rooms, Adair has the most perfect and stunning grounds you're going to find in the entire northeast. If you're not at least thinking about this as a destination for a weekend out from Boston, you're really missing out--whether hiking or walking in summer, leaf peeping in fall, or snowshoeing in winter. Or simply relishing the quiet beauty of an irreplaceable estate. It's a kind of nirvana.
4.4 on July 29, 2014
We really enjoyed the Adair Inn. The grounds are breathtaking, the rooms are special and the breakfasts were excellent.
5 on July 27, 2014
We took over the inn with a group of friends for a late Spring ski weekend. The setting could not have been more perfect., well worth the 5 hr 15 min drive from New York City. We have been numerous times before, and were delighted that the innkeepers had added a bar to the restaurant, where we ended up spending a good deal of time despite having purchased our own wine and beer to enjoy with our 15 friends in the granite tap room. The food, both at breakfast and dinner, was delicious and beautifully presented. As we were a large group and had booked every room, we were able to make arrangements in advance for a soup and salad bar dinner 8pm to midnight in the tap room so that late arrivals from NYC could eat after regular dining hours. The granite tap room is certainly a perfect setting for a large group to enjoy card games next to a roaring fire. The snowshoeing at Adair was magnificent, with trails that wind the 200 acres that had not been traveled since the latest snowfall. Nearby cross country and downhill skiing divided our group I two, and both parties reported back at the Ed of the day tired and excited about our day in the beautiful white mountains. We will most certainly be back, and look forward to a group outing in other seasons as well. Nick and Tracy
It was such a pleasure to have you and your entire group. We're so glad you enjoyed your stay at the inn and the beautiful White Mountains that surround us. It is particularly fun for us to have large groups that take over the entire inn. There's just something so festive about the time they are here. Thanks so much for choosing to stay at Adair.
4.6 on May 27, 2014
Adair is a very well cared for small inn. It has about 9 rooms that vary in size from roomy to full on suite. Furnishings are in great condition & the entire place is pretty much spotless. They offer a nice tea service from 4-5Pm offering very nice quality "loose" teas served with great snacks such as terrific devilled eggs or petite quiche. There is a versmall restaurant on site which offers good New England fare. The chef is new there so service was a bit slow..he was the only one in the kitchen. A suet chef, I believe will be hired in the near future. Food such as seafood & steaks were nice, but tended to be a bit over done. with additional kitchen staff, I feel this will correct itself in short order. The rooms were very nicely laid out with nice furnishings & really great bathrooms. Hot water or pressure were never an issue. I do feel that the showerheads should be replaced, as the ones they had gave off really intense streams of water. The beds have down furnishings, which can be changed for those with allergies. My bed was a bit soft, as I like really firm beds. Overall, Adair has a lot going for it. The innkeepers(Barry & Kimberly)seem to have a real hands on approach & will get the place running like a well oiled machine(if that makes sense)in no time.
4.8 on July 08, 2013
My husband and I just visited Adair Country Inn for the first time. It will not be our last visit. It was beautiful, peaceful and spacious. The innkeepers, Kimberly and Barry (and their son Morgan) were so warm, friendly and helpful. We enjoyed meeting people/guests from all around the globe! The rooms are lovely, the food is delicious and the inn is nestled in the midst of the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire! Hoping to return to Adair this autumn.
4.8 on July 05, 2013
A beautiful well appointed inn. Charming. Owners are wonderful people. Had a great experience!
4.8 on June 21, 2013
My husband and I received a gift certificate to enjoy our anniversary dinner here. The food was amazing, the waitstaff was kind and attentive to our experience, and the dining room was very well set up and cared for. If fact I went back and apologized to the people who gave us the gift certificate as it was so beautiful that they should have enjoyed it!!
5 on June 16, 2013
We had a wonderful and relaxing weekend at the Inn. People there were very friendly and pleasant.
4.8 on May 20, 2013
This was our second visit to this quiet and restful inn deep in the New Hampshire countryside. We arrived from our home in the UK to a warm welcome and delicious food. The rooms were lovely and we had opportunities to explore the surrounding country which is glorious. Booking was easy and flexible, especially important for us visitors overseas. Kimberley and Barry made us feel very much at home. Nothing was too much trouble. We wish them every success.
5 on April 01, 2013
We did not know what to expect and when we left we were truly sold on the B&B experience. I don't think anywhere else could have given us the service and details of Adair from our welcome to the cookies on our bed and special heart shaped towels with congratulations for our anniversary. The food was so delicious I need a chapter to write about it. Thank you Adair, it was the most romantic weekend we ever had in our lives. Janet & Mike Doyon
Mountains, Small town
Manchester, NH (MHT) 100 miles
If traveling on Interstate #93 north or south, turn off at Exit #40 (Bethlehem). Turn right (East) and then a sharp left at the Adair sign onto Guider Lane. If traveling on Rte. #302, Adair is 3 miles West of the center of Bethlehem.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Cannon Mountain Skiing, Robert Frost Museum, Old Man of the Mountain Historical Site, Bretton Woods and the Cog Railway, Cannon Mt. Tram, The Flume, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Werthers candies, afternoon tea, Lindt chocolates, complimentary coffee and tea all day, complimentary soft drinks & snacks
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, live theater, seasonal concerts, museums, Maple Sugaring, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Just ask
Laura Bly, travel writer for USA Today called our popovers "absurdly large and intoxicatingly good." Over-sized and served piping hot driectly from the oven, guests marvel at our popovers. Enjoy them with creamery butter and jam along with the first course of fresh fruit cup.