My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our weekend getaway to New Hampshire. The Colonel Spencer Inn is both charming and quaint. From the time of booking to our last day, we couldn't have asked for a better experience. David and Trevin are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. You can tell that they love sharing their home with others and making everyone feel welcome. We came as strangers but definitely left as friends. The personal touches and hospitality made our stay wonderful. They even prepared daily goodies for me that were gluten free and the breakfast was incredible. Hope y'all have a great season. We wish you the best. Watch out for those black bears! Your friends from Sweet Home Alabama! 5 stars isn't enough!
From the phone call the day before we arrived (to check on our dietary preferences), we knew this was going to be a wonderful place to stay. David warmly greeted us upon arrival, showed us to our room and graciously made dinner reservations for us. Because it was our honeymoon, he also had a chilled bottle of Prosecco waiting for us as well. The room was comfortable and quiet, and had lots of historic charm. The bed was comfortable, as was the temperature. Breakfast was AMAZING! So fresh and delicious! Fruit with a homemade granola cup filled with yogurt, as well as herb baked eggs and some pastry-wrapped asparagus (as I don’t eat meat...my husband had bacon in his pastry). The coffee was fresh and the conversation was fabulous. We can’t wait to visit again!
My husband and I stayed 1 night and enjoyed the quiet location. The innkeeper was available 24/7 and was very helpful when we wanted our room warmer. He brought us a space heater and we had a warm and comfortable sleep. The inn is old but we weren't lacking anything. There was plenty of lights in our bedroom, a nightlight in the bathroom, and very thick towels. There is coffee available 24/7. The breakfast was plentiful and David asked ahead of time if we had any allergies. We would stay here again. Another plus is the Covered Bridge restaurant just 3/4 mile away. the food is fabulous.
We rarely go out on New Years Eve but as a gift to my wife, We attended a show and Dinner and I thought it would be nice to stay over even though we live just an hour away. Having never stayed at a B&B before I did not know what to expect. Visions of the old TV show "Newhart" danced through my brain. While Bob Newhart was not available, we were welcomed by David, one of the owners who explained the lay of the land. I love older homes and we fell in love with this home that was built in the late 1700's. The Inn was nice and cozy, the room was perfect. David made us a fabulous breakfast in the morning. We felt very comfortable and basically had run of the place... though we are a pretty quiet couple. If you are expecting a Hotel experience... skip it. This is a nice quiet Inn for relaxing and getting away. David handled the heavy lifting while Trevin recovered from his long commute to Boston ;-). These owners were very receptive and very nice company. I would stay again. My highest ratings! Thanks David and Trevin for a nice stay. Cheers and Happy New Year! David and Mary…
From the time we walked in the door of this bed and breakfast we felt at home! The owner met us at the door and showed us around the house while giving us a brief history of it and then showed us to our room. The room was quaint and kept historical as well as comfortable and impeccably clean! The next morning we were treated to chambered orange scones and an herb egg bake with pastry wrapped bacon. The food was to die for and the owner a pleasant conversationalist in every way. Thank you for such a wonderful stay and we can’t wait to return!