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A grand old home set in the center of scenic New Hampshire, The Henry Whipple House was constructed in 1904. The house is typical of the Victorian era which can be seen in the architecture, oak woodwork, hardwood floors, chandeliers and stained glass windows which all add to the charm of this painted lady. The property's historical significance was acknowledged in April 2005 becoming New Hampshire's first bed and breakfast to be listed on the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
Our professional establishment provides rooms that have private bathrooms with Beekman 1802 amenities, which have natural ingredients and subtle fragrances gentle enough for everyday use, and luxurious 100% Egyptian cotton towels. Also included is free wireless internet access, cable TV, and air conditioning. A guest kitchen is also available with complimentary hot and cold beverages, snacks, home made cookies, a water cooler, and a guest refrigerator.
The five main house chambers and three carriage house suites have been decorated and furnished in a relaxed but elegant style with luxury linens, antiques, art and several bronze engraved fireplaces. Available on a year-round basis we can easily accommodate 10-14 people in the main house and an additional 16-20 in the carriage house.