Enter a world of gracious elegance, Victorian romance and friendly hospitality. Experience the grandeur of this historic mansion while you enjoy all the White Mountains of New Hampshire have to offer. Relax in one of our spacious guest rooms--all have private baths. Full country breakfasts are served each morning. Coffee and tea service is available all day. Conveniently located in Bethlehem, New Hampshire just 3 miles from I-93. Fabulous skiing, golf, shopping, and hiking is nearby. Special packages and gift certificates are available.
5 on May 14, 2016
The proprietor, Mary, is very gracious and welcoming. She cooked excellent and tatty breakfasts each morning. Coffee and tea were available all hours in the dining room.
5 on May 01, 2016
Staying with Mary is like staying with a good friend who takes care of your every need without you noticing. She greets her guests with genuine warmth (and a delicious homemade treat). She anticipates your need for a plate, directions to a destination or a hot cup of tea and it's there waiting for you. Staying at the Mulburn Inn is my favorite getaway.
4.8 on March 14, 2016
This is a fabulous inn with a fascinating history. Location cannot be beat for wintersports. Breakfasts are really interesting and well presented. No evening dining facility, but innkeeper's recommendations were very good. This was a return visit and it is obvious the property is being well cared for, and the improvements were well done. Rooms are huge, facilities lavish. Can't say enough good things about this inn, we'll be back.
5 on February 29, 2016
This was our third stay at the Mulburn and we have always had an exceptional experience. It is a well kept Inn with a rich history. Mary (the Innkeeper) is very accommodating and helpful. The breakfasts are unique and delicious.Mary provides home baked goods like brownies and cookies as well as beer, soda, tea and coffee. There are many amenities including a TV with every imaginable channel available, Wi Fi, fireplace and books. There are a variety of rooms varying is size and furnishings. The beds are comfortable and the rooms quiet. I always feel comfortable to make myself at home. I have only visited in the winter, but there is a porch with chairs to enjoy the outdoors. I would not consider staying anywhere else when in the area.
5 on February 12, 2016
The Mulburn is a lovely place. The rooms are beautiful, the beds are comfortable, and Mary, the owner and inn keeper, is so friendly and kind. We will definitely stay here again!
4.6 on January 04, 2016
Innkeeper is a wonderful inviting host. We love it there!
4.2 on November 17, 2015
This is the second time we have stayed at the Mulburn Inn. We intentionally booked it after a wonderful time 3 years ago, and were greeted enthusiastically by our hostess, Mary, who remembered us too! The house is a fascinating piece of history, the hostess is gracious,and helpful with touring, hiking and dining ideas. Breakfasts are yummy and very hearty. Newly baked cookies, fresh fruit and drinks are set out daily too. The people we have met there, with whom we shared a meal and traveling ideas, made our experience that much better. Having been to other very nice B and Bs, it is the warm and welcoming feeling that makes the Mulburn Inn special. We live on the other side of the country, but we told Mary we hope to return.
4.6 on November 11, 2015
Mary, the innkeeper, was gracious and accommodating. The inn was beautiful and charming. We plan to make it our "go-to" for future trips up to the White Mountains:)
5 on October 25, 2015
Like stepping back in time and being a guest at a wonderful house party. Situated in a beautiful area and Mary was extremely helpful with advice about getting the most out of our stay. Only 2 restaurants within walking distance but both excellent. Mary serves up a great breakfast (no need for lunch) and wonderful cookies and cakes in the afternoon.
5 on October 18, 2015
We had a great time staying with Mary at the Mulburn Inn in Bethlehem NH. Mary was so welcoming and makes a mean brownie. It is the most beautiful home with so much history and we were delighted to be able to relax on one of the many verandahs in the afternoon. We had great recommendations for dinner and Mary phoned through our lunch order in the morning so we would save time getting to the cog railway. Our room was well beyond our expectations, such a wonderful sleep. Breakfast was amazing, baked eggs with asparagus. So delicious. You shouldn't miss an opportunity to stay here.
The Jefferson room is the largest bedroom in the Inn. It is said that legends such as the Rockefellers, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe slept here. All of the fixtures in the bathroom are original; take special note of the grand white pedestal sink in the bathroom, the largest in the house. Slabs of marble were placed under all of the original toilets to avoid water damage to the hardwood floors. One excellent feature of this room is the five large windows, which provide an excellent source of lighting, as well as a terrific breeze in the summertime.
The Washington room was the original master bedroom to the Ivie Estate. The room originally extended to the end of the hallway and the Monroe room served as the foyer for the elevator service to the 2nd floor. The Washington room is the only room in the inn, which boasts silver light fixtures. A king size hammered metal bed compliments the silver light fixtures, and an antique dresser, night table and matching armoire complete the room. The Bathroom contains an original six-foot long soaking tub and a separate walk in shower.
The Pierce room was originally one with the Jackson room. The four Ivie daughters resided here until they were eventually married. The entrance to the room was originally a large closet. In 1986 a wall was put up dividing the room into two, and the bathroom was added. This room features a lovely king size pencil poster bed as well as a twin bed. Directly opposite the king bed is a lovely mahogany woodwork electric fireplace to add ambiance year round, and an extra bit of warmth in the wintertime. At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Monroe room originally served as a foyer to the master bedroom of the house. Elevator service was provided to the second floor through what is now the closet. A writing desk and a small variety of books were also located here. The light fixtures are all original, and the silver one in the bathroom indicates that this portion of the bathroom originally belonged to the master bedroom, which has all silver light fixtures. This room has a beautiful queen size antique poster bed in it. The small size and cozy nature of this room make it a favorite of those looking for our most affordable accommodations, or enjoy being close to the one they are traveling with! The toilet and sink are original to the house, and belonged in the Jackson room bathroom as a part of the matching bathroom set. At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Jackson room and the Pierce room were originally one large room. This room housed all four of the Ivie daughters until Florence married Karl Abbot and moved into the Abbot House in 1923. The hanging light fixture exhibits the Art Deco style of decorating. The peach colored bath fixtures are all original and were imported from England. The original bathroom had two matching sinks and toilets so that the four daughters had more space in their dressing area. The sink itself weighs approximately 200lbs. The tub/shower is a tiled in claw foot tub. This room has a lovely queen size pencil poster bed and a love seat to curl up with your favorite book!
The Madison Room boasts mahogany woodwork throughout. The famed inventor Thomas Edison slept here. Edison visited the family frequently and gave the original electric stove located in the library to the family in 1924. The original owners manual is still with it! The hand carved queen size mahogany bed was acquired through an auction of the Kennedy Estate. The round turreted area is a unique feature of this Tudor Style Mansion; even the glass in the windows is curved! At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Adams room is unique from any other room in the inn. The round turreted area with curved glass and woodwork of birds-eye maple are just a few of the special features this room as to offer. A wonderful queen size bed and matching armoire complete the picture. Original light fixtures exemplify the influence of the Art Deco period. The bathroom contains original pink fixtures imported from Europe. The tub is six feet in length, and the pedestal sink weighs almost 200 pounds. Barbara Hutton and Cary Grant spent a part of their honeymoon in this very room. However, she firmly believed that visiting New Hampshire once was more than enough and never returned!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free
Mulburn Inn Quiche
Our beautiful quiche is light and fluffy with a gently golden browned crust. The vegetable filling may vary, but the end result is a mouth watering quiche like none you have ever experienced.