Idyllic getaways are a specialty at this country inn with a history centered on romance
You’ll sense the romantic history of the Adair Country Inn and Restaurant when you pass by stately pines, gleaming birches and stone walls on your drive up to the white colonial-style inn. The country estate was built in 1927 by Frank Hogan as a wedding gift for his only daughter, Dorothy Adair Hogan. The intricate, colorful gardens on the 200-acre estate were designed by the Olmsted Brothers and still welcome visitors seeking an idyllic retreat. The 11-room inn’s Carriage House was the original estate innkeeper’s quarters; the post-and-beam 1811 House retains its historic atmosphere (but adds a a jetted spa tub and large eat-in kitchen). Dine in casual comfort by the fire in the cozy on-site restaurant.
3351 White Mountain HighwayNorth Conway, NH, 03860Phone: 603-356-3113Toll-Free: 800-525-9100
Tradition of elegance and glamour continues in this luxurious hotel in the mountains
Built as a summer estate in 1872 for the inventor of the power loom, the Stonehurst Manor continues that tradition of elegance – and idyllic escape – with luxurious lodging, superb dining and amenities that encourage visitors to both relax and enjoy the great White Mountains region. Rooms, suites and secluded condos offer a variety of comforting features, from fireplaces to whirlpool baths, opulent bedding and breathtaking mountain views. Breakfast and dinner in the Wild Rose Restaurant is complimentary, and the vintage Library Lounge beckons guests to enjoy a cocktail by the fire before dinner. There’s a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub, life-size chess game in the landscaped lawn, gorgeous gardens and access to a network of trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.