New England Country Inn
Built in 1826 as a family farm overlooking the extraordinary White Mountain range. It has survived the
ages as a boys camp, a boarding house, and, for the last 25 years. Over the years, some places have only
become more weatherbeaten despite the increasing shelter of growing trees. Visit the timelessness and
comfort of a New England country inn and become part of a population as diverse as the
landscape and as linked to the area as the history that lives there.
Time is kind and gentle in the country side. Or seek some direction and advice from the people who know
the area, from the must-see attractions to the secret spots that carry all the state's whispers. If you prefer
a more temperate adventure much of the White Mountain attractions are accessible by vehicle.
From there you'll see first hand, and become part of the diverse landscape of the craggy
New England country inn ocean shores, high mountain peaks, gently rolling hills,
meadows blanketed in soft white or peppered with the yellow and reds of summer wild flowers, sparkling
lakes and rushing England rivers.
They will serve you a hot coffee with the home made breakfast (no danishes in cellophane here!) and they
will pour you a digestif or hot cup of tea after the gourmet dinner and traditional dessert. With several
packages to choose from, a perfect fit in the amount of amenities and events await the lucky
New England country inn visitor.
Experience the real New England country inn, outside Hartford and Boston, in the towns
and villages that embody the welcoming yankee spirit. Originally settled by hardy people searching for
religious and personal freedom, that independent character lives on today. You'll experience it when you
visit a country spot. And as the bright day dims to twilight, retire to the comfort of your room to
prepare for an elegant evening featuring a delectable candlelight dinner.