New Hampshire’s Prettiest Hotel Has Over 400 Years of History and Charm
As one of the oldest regions in the country, it's no secret that New England is filled with history.
We're used to being surrounded by centuries-old homes, graveyards, and other landmarks as we go about our daily lives, and that includes inns and hotels. Speaking from experience, the unique charm of these locations often leads to a more positive and memorable stay compared to typical hotel chains.
Recently, MSN shared this list of the prettiest hotels in all 50 states. Their selection for New Hampshire is a lovely historic inn situated atop Valentine Hill, steps away from the Oyster River and University of New Hampshire main campus.
Built in 1649, Three Chimneys Inn is one of the oldest buildings in not only the Seacoast, but New Hampshire as a whole. The 23 rooms in the main homestead and adjacent 1795 Carriage House all boast "original millwork and exposed beams that produce a cozy, inviting ambiance," according to MSN.
Looking to grab a bite to eat? The Inn's ffrost Sawyer Tavern offers an evolving menu of farm-to-table cuisines and exceptional cocktails, served by a friendly and accommodating staff. Both the Tavern and upstairs Maples and Coppers dining rooms are open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays from 5-9pm. During the warmer months, visitors can also dine on the outdoor terrace. To learn more or to make a reservation, click here.
If you're searching for a place to tie the knot, Three Chimneys additionally has several event spaces used for weddings, receptions, and rehearsal dinners. Folks have also utilized these areas for business meetings, baby showers, and other gatherings.
To learn more about the Three Chimneys Inn and ffrost Sawyer Tavern, click here or call (603) 868-7800.
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