You would not believe that this amazing home is over 250 years old. Built in 1764, the innkeepers have kept it up impeccably. Not only is the home amazing, historic, well-maintained and easily accessed from the highway but the innkeepers were wonderful. Friendly, helpful and served in amazing breakfast. Dave even called the day we were arriving to see if there was any dietary restrictions, which they were. But they made sure that we had exactly what we needed. I appreciated that very much and so did my husband who has restrictions. Attention to detail in this amazing historic home is phenomenal. I will definitely be back and I totally recommend this in for anybody traveling on route 93 in New Hampshire. So close to Waterville, close to Loon and Lincoln, excellent restaurants nearby. So happy we found the Colonel Spencer Inn.…
We slept 3 nights. It was most convenient and satisfactory. Breakfast was excellent. David and Irvin are wonderful hosts in every way and very helpful. The hotel is very quiet out of town but not far from the White Mountains and other places of interest. We highly recommend this Inn.
We stayed just one night but wished it was longer. Still, our 1 night stay was the best accommodation on our weeklong trip through New England. David and Trevin were the perfect hosts. They took the time to get to know us and make sure we had everything we needed to make our stay memorable. The breakfast was absolutely amazing; the conversations about the history of the inn and the area and about life were thought-provoking and meaningful; and our room was comfortable and clean. David and Trevin are the most gracious hosts in the most amazing inn. Highly recommended!
Our room was very comfortable, quiet, and artfully decorated, in addition to being extremely reasonable. David was great about checking in before we arrived as well as very accommodating re: my dietary needs. And when, unbeknownst to us, our car trunk had accidentally popped open, he let us know and offered to close it before the rainstorm. At breakfast, his culinary skills shone with expertise, taste, innovation, and presentation. I could easily imagine him as a contestant on Spring Baking, Chopped, or even having his own cooking show. If you need a relaxing get away, look no further than Colonel Spencer Inn.
The Colonel Spencer Inn in Campton, which predates the revolution, (1764!) was our final stop on our New Hampshire trip to celebrate our engagement! The room was comfy and cute, everything we needed. The two hosts David and Trevin became fast friends for not only being the nicest gents and the most gracious hosts, but for the way they worked their way into our hearts with their cooking! You want to stay here multiple nights because the breakfasts are OUT OF THIS WORLD and they are different each morning. Do yourselves a favor and book a room at The Colonel Spencer! We will absolutely be back, maybe even annually!
From the moment we arrived we were extremely impressed. Everything was excellent. The hosts were 100% focused on making our stay as perfect as possible. The hosts were always striving to see if we needed anything from asking about food preferences, to triple checking if we needed anything, and telling us about the local area. We also enjoyed learning about the history of the house/property. We will always remember our stay at the Colonel Spencer Inn.
The host is so kind and warm and the breakfast was amazing! What a beautiful place. My son said “you need to give them an amazing review, they were so nice and the food was delicious!” Thank you for everything!
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.