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Fireplace & Billiards - Adair Country Inn & Restaurant - Bethlehem, NH
Adair Country Inn and Restaurant

80 Guider Lane Bethlehem, NH, 03574 Phone: 603-444-2600 Toll-Free: 888-444-2600

Renowned inn, a popular couples’ retreat, began a century ago as a wedding gift

At the Adair Country Inn & Restaurant, a serene couples’ retreat halfway between Boston and Montreal, history begins with a romantic gesture. The country estate was built in 1927 by Frank Hogan as a wedding gift to his only daughter, Dorothy Adair Hogan. Transformed over the years into one of the region’s most renowned country inns, it has hosted presidential hopefuls, Supreme Court justices, governors, senators, famous actors and sports figures. Visitors are inspired by its scenic Bethlehem, NH grounds, walking trails and colorful gardens, designed by the Olmsted Brothers, sons of the man who designed New York City’s Central Park. Today, its 11 stylish rooms, some with four-poster feather beds, or original furnishings, or deep soaking tubs, provide a haven for those seeking a respite from the stresses of modern life.
Summer Exterior View - Stonehurst Manor - North Conway, NH
Stonehurst Manor

3351 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH, 03860 Phone: 603-356-3113 Toll-Free: 800-525-9100

Victorian glamour, modern amenities mesh to provide ultimate vacation retreat

Victorian glamour and modern amenities come seamlessly together at Stonehurst Manor, the timeless retreat among the mountains in North Conway, NH. The manor, originally built as the lavish summer estate of Erastus Bigelow, inventor of the carpet loom, is today enjoyed by guests who fall in love with romantic rooms and suites, with wood-burning fireplaces and whirlpool baths, four-poster beds and elegant furnishings. Modern amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub and a restaurant with mountain views, serving complimentary breakfasts and dinners to manor guests. A Library Lounge offers comfortable seating before two fireplaces: a wonderful place to sip a signature cocktail before dinner. Relax in the gardens, where you can play life-size chess, or head out for skiing, scenic railroad excursions and other area attractions.
Front View of Thayers Inn - Littleton, NH
Thayers Inn

111 Main Street Littleton, NH, 03561 Phone: 603-444-6469

Many changes over the years at historic 1850 inn, but warm hospitality still remains

Plenty has changed since Thayers Inn, known at the time as Thayer’s White Mountain Hotel, opened its doors in 1850. But plenty has remained, too, including the inn’s renowned hospitality, first-class accommodations that now include family suites and kitchenettes, and its location close to the shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars of friendly Littleton, NH. The historic inn’s slanted doors and crooked floors are testament to its heritage as a sought-after vacation spot for presidents (Grant, Pierce, Nixon, Carter and George H.W. Bush) and other famous visitors, including Bette Davis, Henry Ford and P.T. Barnum. The Greek Revival building is still the heart of the town, even if stagecoaches no longer bring guests from the train depot! It’s a short drive, now, to skiing, amusement parks and other activities.

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