We are minutes away from world class hiking, golfing, cross country skiing and more. We have 11 beautifully decorated guest rooms, all with private baths. Enjoy exquisite cuisine in our restaurant, by the fireplace, on our screened-in porch or relax in our English style tavern. Looking for a place to host a wedding or other special event? The Inn offers a full spectrum of catering services with a rustic post-and-beam barn and other meeting spaces available. We can even bring our delectable creations right to your door!
The Denis Suite has two rooms with a separating door, perfect for families or the guest who just wants to spread out a little. The lovely plum and sage wall colors are inviting, relaxing and a little bit adventurous. The sitting room looks out over the Inn's side porches with a seasonal view of Mt. Monadnock.
Nightly Rate: $110-$160
The Jerry Room is bright and airy with its soft sea foam tinted walls and dragonfly window sheers. Often told that the room is reminiscent of a beach house on Nantucket, honeymooners find this room to be a great spot to unwind from their wedding. The ball-fringe canopy bed with popcorn spread is waiting for someone to nap in it.
The rich Indian tapestry on the wall sets the tone for this golden hued room while the bamboo filled vase and wire birdcage adds an eclectic flair. Guests can lounge on the bed with its piles of pillows and read by the light coming through the bay windows bring with the large maples outside.
Nightly Rate: $95-$145
You will think that you went back to Grandmother's house when you step into this room. The antique four post beds are covered with red & yellow peonies comforters and are surrounded by butter colored walls. The portrait over head is of an ancient relative - you can pretend its one of yours if you'd like.
You can't miss the grandeur of the four-poster bed when you enter Sally's room. You may even need the wooden stepladder to climb in. Surrounded by berries & soft green walls, you will think you walked into an orchard. Windows on three sides of the room encourage the breeze to flow through.
Nightly Rate: $150-$150
The antique brass bed and blue flowered walls just asks for someone to curl up and read a book. A sunny, cozy room tucked into the corner of the second floor, the Duncan room is a sweet place to lay your head.
Nightly Rate: $80-$125
Cranberry flowers & stripes cover the walls and eaves of this lovely suite on the third floor. The antique poster bed is draped with a red poppy duvet and a popcorn bedspread. The sitting area can quickly become a separate room for children or surprise extra company. And a window overlooks the Inn's side porches and the seasonal view of Mt. Monadnock. TV available
Nightly Rate: $110-$160
The largest room in The Inn, the Kelly Room not only has two queen size beds, but also a lovely antique dresser & armoire pick-up during one of many decorating trips. The tulip bordered two-toned walls are a beautiful compliment to the country feel to the room. The side porches are just a step away for guests looking to catch some fresh air.
This charming round room with its bay windows looks out onto the treetops of the two graceful maples in the front of The Inn. The soft rose-colored walls and flowery chintz fabrics make this room a favorite pick for guests looking for a traditional country inn. The bath has the added charm of a ball & claw tub with hand-held "British Telephone" shower - just made for a long soak.
Nightly Rate: $90-$140
Room 304 - The Bonnie Room Bed - King, with two twin bed conversion option Bath - shower/tub TV/Cable - no Floor - 3rd Direction - east facing The pretty room at the top of the stairs - that is what this room is often called. Set between the eaves, the warm apple green walls and red & white poppy duvets just say one thing - stay here. Windows on three sides allow for cross breezes and the light white curtains blowing will finish the picture. A great ball & claw tub in the bath makes is room a favorite.
There always has to be a smallest room, and the Mitchell room is it - but what a great little room. The antique iron bed is surrounded by soft lavender walls while the half window gives a quaint view of the rooftops and woods beyond. A nice room for a single guest or two very friendly ones. Private bath is across the hall.
Nightly Rate: $75-$110
5 on August 23, 2014
We had there a great time and recommend this place to stay.
4.0 on July 15, 2014
Enjoyed a relaxing stay (room was a little hot though) and a delicious breakfast. Thank you!
5 on November 08, 2012
All 5's! Comrortable room, clean, great value, and I'm still looking for more stars to click for the service and the food. They made me feel at home and I gained a couple pounds too.
3.6 on October 27, 2012
This is the perfect place to stay for anyone planning to climb Mt. Monadnock. It's rustic but surprisingly nice relative to other lodging options in the area. Make a long weekend of it. Check in Friday afternoon, have an excellent dinner at the inn, catch a local stage performance Friday evening, go to bed early for a Saturday climb and have an informal dinner at the inn's pub. Casual serve-yourself breakfast Sunday morning and you're good to go. Don't expect luxurious lodging and stuffy staff here. If you're a green-minded, down-to-earth person, you'll enjoy your stay. We always do!
4.6 on October 01, 2011
Great ambiance, a beautiful historic Inn. Loved the cozy room, big front porch and upstairs sitting balcony. Staff was great; offered up a nice breakfast and even accomodated my need for an early meal.
4.6 on September 25, 2010
Breakfast was outstanding. Fresh fruit, hot coffee, warm hard boiled eggs, muffin and toast, etc it was really a nice outstanding breakfast. Room was exceptionally clean better then any hotel. (i know because i had to find plug for dvd for my child and moved the bed to get to a plug). Service was outstanding also. People warm and friendly. (example we brought back doggie bag from another restaurant and service asked if we need plates or fork). For me and my family our stay was Great!
Manchester, NH (MHT) 45 miles
101 West to Peterborough, Left on 202 West. Right on 124 West. 1.8 miles from 202 on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Golfing, Hiking, Cross country skiing/snow shoeing, Religious Services, Ski area
Light country breakfast
Vegetarian , Tavern Menu