4.6 on June 20, 2013
My husband and I spent three rainy days at the Mulburn in early June. What can one do,we figured: New England weather is unpredictable, and we resigned ourselves To a few gloomy days. Yet we ended up having a blast at this charming Victorian Inn. The place oozes history, has lots of cozy spots where one can curl up and read, and is within walking distance of several fine eating places as well as Bethlehem's famous Colonial Theater. Mary, the owner, loaned me a gortex jacket ( my husband packed rainwear), and we were able to get some hiking in in spite of the weather. Our rooms were clean, the bed comfortable, and the hot water supply excellent. Mary's breakfast is outstanding. Can't say enough about this beautiful inn and we will definitely return!
5 on September 22, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Mulburn Inn on our honeymoon through Vermont/New Hampshire. To be honest, it was a last minute decision (not where we had originally planned on staying), but I'm so glad we chose to stay there! Mary was absolutely delightful. Right away she made us feel welcome (brownies greeted us at the door) and gave us a nice tour of the home. A great historic place! Mary was also more than willing to make dinner suggestions/reservations (we ate at Root- amazing farm to table food!), let us know what activities were happening in Bethlehem, and gave ideas for hikes and other sights to see in the area. We were easily able to make ourselves at home in the large, inviting spaces. A fridge stocked with beer and wine was also a nice touch :) Breakfast was delicious; Mary easily accommodated my vegetarian needs. Everyone staying there was doing something different-- met some great people! The room was spacious and nice, especially for the price. So if you haven't already gathered... we highly recommend the Mulburn Inn and would love to go back!
4.6 on September 09, 2012
My girlfriend and I had an amazing stay. The room was old-fashioned, but in a "historic" fashion that felt and looked right, with a great character and cozy feel (wooden floors, old but well-maintained wooden furniture, and a high bed with a little stair-step). The bathroom was a little cramped but fine, obviously an update of a space not originally intended as a private bathroom. But really, no complaints about this charming place. The manager/owner/"cook" was great, very friendly, and very accommodating of our vegan dietary needs. Really, the food was amazing! She made delicious vegan biscuits for us, plus organic tomatoes in a homemade dressing, plus homemade granola, and perfect coffee. I wish they ran this B&B as a full-time cafe as well! The working Thomas Edison stove was a nice touch, and the architecture of this historic location is beautiful.
4.8 on August 16, 2012
My husband and I just spent 4 nights at the Mulburn Inn and we were delighted with everything about it. The innkeeper made us feel like we were her personal guests in her wonderful, beautifully kept, historic home. She is so accommodating, knowledgeable and warm that you immediately feel at home. The breakfasts she prepared were sumptuous and absolutely delicious. We cant wait to go back again!
4.8 on November 14, 2011
We loved our weekend stay at this beautiful historic Victorian inn. We stayed in the Adams room which includes a large bathroom with original pink fixtures. Mary, the innkeeper, was absolutely delightful and offered helpful dining and entertainment suggestions. Breakfast was delicious and abundant. Coffee and tea is available all day, freshly baked cookies were sitting out in the afternoon. We will definitely come back!
4.0 on October 08, 2011
I tried to get some folks last minute reservations. The whole area is sold out due to foliage. I tried places anyways. Every place that I tried were really nice except for this place. The woman I had talked to was rather rude. She had an attitude as if she was being bothered.
4.8 on September 28, 2011
We spent 1 night at The Mulburn Inn as we drove from VT to ME. This is a fabulous historic house. The history of the Woolworth family and their friends adds to the charm of this B & B. Mary is an energetic and friendly innkeeper. The rooms are huge and well appointed. Very quiet setting and well maintained. We stayed in the Jefferson room, which is a spacious King bedroom, with original features and fixtures. We wished we could have stayed additional days.
5 on August 30, 2011
Beautiful large historic home and delightful host! Large and comfortable bedroom. Large breakfast room with great food and filled us up. Small town away from the tourist crowd but close to Mt. Washington and beautiful Franconia Notch State Park. Don't stay in a hotel, stay in the Mulburn Inn!
5 on February 06, 2011
We absolutely loved this place! Very well kept, and not "run-down", like some other B&B's we have visited. Loved using the hot-tub after a long day at the slopes (we were offered $10 off ticket vouchers to Cannon & Bretton woods). Mary the innkeeper was MORE than accommodating! She was welcoming, helpful, easy to talk with, and a wonderful cook. Our room was large, spotless, warm, and cozy. I found myself saying over and over, "I'm so glad we came here!"
4.8 on January 23, 2011
My husband and I recently spent a weekend in NH and stayed at the Mulburn Inn. I had read wonderful reviews about it and they were spot on. The inn was quite lovely and absolutely spotless; the decor was befitting of the inn's history, but yet not over the top, as so many B&B's can be. Mary, the innkeeper, was so friendly and helpful, extremely welcoming and really made you feel at home. We loved the intimacy and location of the inn and would go back in a heartbeat. Great value for the price! Highly recommend it!
4.8 on October 23, 2010
We stayed at this inn for our first wedding anniversary and had a wonderful time. The innkeeper is very helpful, welcoming, and an excellent cook! She made us feel like the house was ours for the two nights we were there. The house is in great condition and the history is fascinating. The rooms were very clean and extremely comfortable. It is centrally located between Crawford Notch, Franconia Notch, and the ski areas. It is a beautiful drive to North Conway for some outlet shopping. We highly recommend the Mulburn Inn and can't wait to go back next year!
5 on October 19, 2010
Mulburn Inn was a wonderful place to stay. Beautifully restored. So much history in this home. Antiques abound. Access to all the living space on the ground floor. Very comfortable. Spotless. Fire in the fireplace. Glassed in room for serving breakfast is so light and airy. Coffee and tea available throughout the day. Our room was large with a comfortable bed. Very fluffy towels. Free parking. Travel brochures available. Great breakfast. Had a wonderful time visiting with all the international guests. Innkeeper Mary a true pleasure- she does it all. Great value for such a wonderful experience.
4.6 on August 22, 2010
We have experienced many B & B establishments in Canada and the US. Mary's genuine warmth and exuberance for her enterprise was truly outstanding! We particularly enjoyed the many rooms of comfort to our disposal. Her welcoming iced tea/lemonade and homemade chocolate chip cookies are incredible! Lovely flower arrangements, intimate selection of music, candlelight fireplace makes you wish you could stay longer! The town of Bethlehem was very quaint, close to everything the White Mountains have to offer. We will return home, recommending this inn to our closest friends and plan for a date to return in the near future! We wish you the best Mary! Hugs, Des & Claire
4.6 on August 15, 2010
I spent 2 nights here with my husband and 2 teenage sons. The innkeeper, Mary, was quick to respond to my inquiries and extremely flexible as I added and subtracted children before we even got there. Mary really made us feel at home, right from the start and throughout our stay. My husband and sons planned to hike Mt. Washington very early on our second day there. Mary not only made them a special batch of scones for their 6:00 a.m. breakfast, but she even packed bananas in a decorated bag for their hike. The inn and town are lovely, and Mary is a delightful host. We are already planning a winter trip with friends.
4.8 on November 05, 2009
The two owners were so into helping to make our stay outstanding. They had brochures for every ski area and restaurants in the next town over Littleton. Great History of the actual inn Woolworth the chain procured this for his little sister and her Husband Alvin Ivie who ran the Manhatton Woolworths store and many celebrities including Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMagio stayed here! We would give this place a star!! Pristine and clean and just so awesome.