Our mission at Bridgetree B&B is to provide for your peace and comfort. Rest here and recharge from your commitments. As a bed and breakfast inn, we provide a full chef-prepared breakfast each morning and a place to unwind every night. Pauline Meridien and her son Matt Maloney are here to keep the doors open and the food hot. We hope to make your stay here interesting and relaxing. Matt is onsite and available to answer any questions.
Dexter's Inn is a special country resort-inn, blessed with an idyllic setting on a 20-acre estate in the lovely Lake Sunapee region. Panoramic views of Mt Kearsarge, Mt Sunapee and the surrounding countryside provide a private, peaceful and relaxing backdrop. Our ability to provide overnight accommodations, meals, indoor & outdoor gathering spaces, and on-site activities in one private, convenient, idyllic location makes this a popular location for group activitiess.
Follansbee Inn, an historic lakeside bed & breakfast situated on the banks of beautiful Kezar Lake, boasts 18 individually decorated guest rooms, each with a private, en suite bathroom. Follansbee is located in the quiet village of North Sutton in the Sunapee/Dartmouth region of NH, an area known far and wide for year round activities including canoeing, kayaking, sailing, fishing, hiking, leaf peeping, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling to name but a few. More...
The Rosewood Country Inn is a wonderful Victorian style historic country Inn, set on 12 beautifully landscaped acres. Our location is ideal for access to ski resorts of Mt Sunapee and Pats Peak or antiquing, hiking, zip lining, golfing, fishing, and boating in the Lake Sunapee region. The Inn provides a stunning setting for an outdoor wedding, group meeting or a quiet couples escape from the stresses of everyday life. Join us for a weekend or one of our many events found on our Be-Innspired page on our website.
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