Romantic 9 bedroom victorian mansion in southern New Hampshire mountain country, 90 minutes from Boston. Your bed refreshes you after your swim in a crystal-clear lake. It warmly comforts you after your brisk cross-country or downhill skiing. It heals you after your hiking, biking or climbing. It bless you both with sleep in romantic Victorian splendor. Your breakfast: is a happy party. Includes egg souffles, springwater, coffee or herbal teas. Fresh orange juice. Daily-baked muffins include: blueberry, bran, lemon poppy-seed, cranberry nut, banana-nut bread, bagels with cream cheese .
4.6 on May 31, 2014
We have returned 3 times. Quiet, clean and comfortable. Our room was small by American standards, more like what you encounter in Italy. (Sampson & Delilah) The breakfast buffet was good and we liked the muffins best. We sat in the little alcove. The staff was unobtrusive but there when you needed them
3.6 on January 17, 2012
We enjoyed our stay at the Inn. We stayed in the Hideaway Suite. We didn't think the pictures did the room justice. It was much nicer. We didn't experience the dining, we chose to use what appliances they had (a microwave, coffee pot and electric burner and mini fridge) in our room; it was very cold and we didn't want to travel out. Would love to go there again and we'd recommend at least that room for anyone on a honeymoon, adult getaway, the hot tub was really relaxing.
2.8 on July 28, 2011
The picture of the house on the website was misleading -appeared to be at the top of a long expanse of lawn but was right between 2 other houses. In need of much repair and did not smell good on entering.We were not made to feel welcome. Lots of "Do Not" signs but little "communication". But the breakfast nook was pretty and breakfast was very good.
1.2 on October 13, 2009
Dirty shower stall and curtain. . .hairs from another occupant on/in the bed! Inconsiderate innkeeper! What a disappointment.
Beware of the "The Guest From Hell", as they will try to ruin your fine reputation with false and misleading accusations! This guest called and made a two night reservation, mentioning that she had "special dietary needs". The morning she came down for breakfast, she sat down at the table and was drinking her coffee. She asked if she could have a scrambled egg, and I replied that I would be happy to make one for her, but at the moment I was quite busy with the needs of other guests, and it may take a little while. I suggested that maybe she would like some of our home made granola while she waited. When I returned with her scrambled egg, she was gone. The next morning, she came down to the desk, and abruptly handed me a check. I kindly asked her if she was going to stay for breakfast, and she replied "I can't eat THAT!", pointing at our wonderful buffet. I asked if there was anything I could prepare for her, and she rudely replied that she had already eaten, and checked out. As well, this guest accuses us of unclean baths, and rooms. This is simply untrue. All of our linens are changed daily, and our bath facilities are scrubbed clean by our housekeeper that has been with us for almost 10 years. She is takes pride in what she does, and is meticulous in her work! We even keep new shower curtains on hand, and replace them rather than clean them. Admittedly, there is always the possibility that some sharp eyed person may be able to find a stray hair on pretty much anything if they look hard enough. I suggest that even if you stayed at the Ritz Carlton, you would probably be able to find one somewhere! Perhaps this guest should stay there rather than our wonderful Bed & Breakfast. I Thank You For Reading This! Victor Mangini, Innkeeper
3.0 on September 01, 2009
Have been here many times. Always enjoyed our stay. Barbara & Vic are great hosts.
4.8 on August 11, 2009
From the moment we drove up, I knew we had make the right choice. That was confirmed throughout our too-brief stay!
5 on May 18, 2008
When searching for a B & B in Vermont, I expanded my search to New Hampshire. We settled on the Greenfield Inn and are so happy we did. The inn is absolutely beautiful, filled with antiques and charm. The innkeepers made us feel welcome immediately. Our room was very clean and the bed the most comfortable my husband and I have slept in, including our own. The grounds were beautiful and well maintained. I will definitely return to the Greenfield Inn. It was well worth the trip.
King or Twin beds. Street level (No Stairs). Television, VCR, air-conditioned. Private bath with jacuzzi tub. Full Breakfast Party. Rose, Sand & Sage Color Linens.
$79 - $87
Canopied queen bed. Television, VCR, air-conditioned. Private bath with jacuzzi tub. Full Breakfast Party. Blue Floral & White Linens.
$79 - $87
Canopied king bed / Mountain view. Television, VCR, air-conditioned. Private bath. Full Breakfast Party. Rose, Cream & White Linens.
$79 - $87
QUEEN Bed / Mountain view. White Wicker / Pink & White Linens. Television, VCR, air-conditioned. Private bath / Jacuzzi bathtub / Shower. Full Breakfast Party
$79 - $79
Canopied Queen Bed. Television, air conditioned. Share bath (with Heidi's Hideaway). Mountain view. Full Breakfast Party. Can be a two-room low-cost family suite sharing bath with Heidi's Hideaway.
$59 - $65
Low extended-stay rates available. Living Room 1 1/2 baths. Jacuzzi BathTub. Private Sky-view bedroom, King bed. Also four twins / TV / VCR / HI-FI. Air Conditioned. Remote Control Fireplace. $149* couple/$20 for each extra bed and breakfast
$149 - $179
Rustic Ski Lodge Style / King Bed. 2- Section Private Bath. TV / VCR / Hi-Fi / Massive 1817 Fieldstone Wall. Remote Control Fireplace. *possible exclusive use of Hot Tub Spa Room / Full breakfast. 2 Day Beds in adjoining Spa Room.
$119 - $149
Canopied king bed plus twin bed. Television, VCR, air-conditioned. Full Breakfast Party. Rose, Tan & Sage Tapestry Linens. Subtract $10 for shared bath.
$79 - $87
Canopied twin beds. Television, air-conditioned. Share bath (with Casanova). Full Breakfast Party. Can be a two-room low-cost family suite sharing bath with Casanova.
$49 - $54
Manchester, NH (MHT) 40 miles
West of USA RT 3, east of USA RT 91, RT 3 exit 8 to 101A, west to Greenfield, RT 91 exit Brattleborough, VT., RT 9 thru Keene NH to 101 to Peterborough to 202 north to 136 to Greenfield.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Countryside Village, Jazz/Blues/Folk music clubs , Monadnock Region, Mountains, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Ski area
Amenities Basket, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Telephone, VCR, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain-meadow view, Large deck with view, Mountain climbing, Wrap-around covered verandah, Shopping, Swimming, Tennis courts
Barbara and Vic Mangini