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33 Main St, Hancock, NH 03449-5321
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The Hancock Inn is a historic property in Hancock, New Hampshire, and has been characterized as "the near perfect expression of the New England village inn.". It is the state's oldest continuously operating inn with 14 rooms, exceptionally well-appointed with period antiques, along with modern services and amenities, including wifi throughout the building, waffle-weave spa robes and premium toiletries. Outdoors, the inn's 1.5 acres connect visitors to the Monadnock region's beautiful, uniquely preserved landscape and scenery. The Fox Tavern is open three nights a week featuring an a la carte menu Friday and Saturday evening, and a 3 course prix fixe menu on Sunday. The Inn’s renowned, cooked-to-order breakfast is served complimentary to house guests. Come to the Hancock Inn this weekend to get a true taste of New England hospitality.
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DensZR1 wrote a review Nov 2020
Hudson, New Hampshire5 contributions
We spent a weekend just to get away and our expectations were exceeded all around. The staff was incredibly friendly, welcoming and helpful. Being the oldest Inn in NH, it was in beautiful condition and maintained many of its historical features and atmosphere. It was easy to find and very quiet. They spared no detail from the bedding to oversized, plush bath towels. Then of course is the food! Just wow! It was clear the chef is passionate about every plate, the ingredients and presentation. If you stay, enjoy the included breakfast but definitely make dinner reservations!
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Michael W wrote a review Oct 2020
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Quality food, lodging and personal service, so home like, warm and comfortable. Quiet small town and surroundings. The staff pay attention to the small details, very clean and so much history. Overall excellent experience, we will be back.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Room Tip: Look at the rooms on line, good pics and descriptions are provided.
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Response from Jarvis and Marcia Coffin, Owner at The Hancock Inn
Responded 5 weeks ago
Thank you! Delighted to think that you will return, which we look forward to! Very best, Jarvis & Marcia
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nickbranch2016 wrote a review Oct 2020
San Diego, California51 contributions15 helpful votes
I stay here last weekend of September and just loved this perfect New England Hotel! The management and staff were super friendly and down to earth. They showed me my room and I loved the amenities. You could have coffee in your room or they had a coffee station set up at a table upstairs to have coffee whenever you wanted! Very friendly and accommodating staff! Food was good except for one dinner I had, the pot roast. The chef must improve that as it was so tough, just slabs of tough beef in broth, unlike a normal tender pot roast with vegetables. Grounds and weather was perfect, the town has a great restaurant across the street too!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: I stayed in The Stahls Room
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Response from Jarvis and Marcia Coffin, Owner at The Hancock Inn
Responded 5 weeks ago
Thank you so much for the nice review! You timed your stay perfectly for the weather and foliage. Next time, though, we'll hope to do better for you with the pot roast, a traditional dish here. Very best, Jarvis & Marcia
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Erin B wrote a review Oct 2020
New York City, New York44 contributions19 helpful votes
We had the loveliest two night stay at this Inn and wished we had longer. The Inn's staff were amazing. Special thanks to Rhonda who warmly greeted us and was always willing to go the extra mile to help us out, whether it was to set up dinner for us, research local activities, and to mail us an item we left behind. The room was cozy and charming and I cant say nice enough things for the backyard and eating area. The breakfast was superb - we had the most delicious pancakes and french toast. This was one of our favorite stays in all of our travels because of its relaxing and warm nature. It felt comfortable like home. We could not have asked for more!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Response from Jarvis and Marcia Coffin, Owner at The Hancock Inn
Responded 5 weeks ago
Thank you, Erin, for such a nice review. Interestingly enough while our outdoors gets plenty of use, COVID has resulted in our guests enjoying a bit more more of the gardens and outdoor seating than they might have otherwise. There is plenty of space with an acre and a half and, of course, the rest of our village of Hancock. Thank you. We hope you will come back! Very bets, Jarvis & Marcia
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Karen P wrote a review Oct 2020
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We were married here in 2017. Everything was perfect! From the garden and terrace to the dinner, desserts, drinks and family breakfast. Every guest gushed about how wonderful their room was. I could go on and on about that weekend. I left knowing that this would be our most treasured Anniversary destination. We finally made it back this year and the fabulous team at the Hancock Inn did not disappoint! We stayed in what I affectionately call “Our Wedding Suite.” (aka The Ballroom). We were greeted as if we were family. Our daughter sent gifts that Marcia & team took great pride in presenting to us on arrival and during our first dinner in the tavern. The only place you need to be sure to have dinner is right there at the Inn. The food is phenomenal and the team is friendly, thoughtful and knowledgeable. Even in the midst of COVID-19, they exceeded our expectations while keeping everyone safe.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Jarvis and Marcia Coffin, Owner at The Hancock Inn
Responded 5 weeks ago
Every category of guest that visits the Inn has its special quality. There are the guests who are here for the same weekend every summer, for Fourth of July or Old Home Days. There are the guests shopping for real estate whom we will get to know quickly and see frequently, perhaps several times over the course of a single year, similar to corporate guests. There are the Europeans (except this year) who arrive for foliage. They will stay a few days, engage with us a great deal in order to navigate the region and to learn about us as we learn about them and, then, they will be gone, unlikely to return. There are parents of children in nearby schools who will become our friends over four years and then, also (sigh) they will "graduate," back out into the world from where they came. But returning wedding guests are practically eternal as we learned our first week on the job when we were still unlicensed and not even OPEN! In came a couple that had been married at the Inn 40 years before and despite being unable to serve them any food or liquor, despite plastic hanging from doorways due to construction, and drills and hammers pounding away throughout, they insisted on a night in the room they called "Their Wedding Suite." And out they went the next morning without coffee or breakfast, but grateful and happy. So...thank you. Here is to many happy, special returns. Very best, Jarvis & Marcia.
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$108 - $250 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
14
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Hancock Inn
Which popular attractions are close to The Hancock Inn?
Nearby attractions include Peterborough Players (4.0 miles), Harris Center for Conservation Education (3.5 miles), and Main Street Cheese (0.05 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Hancock Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Hancock Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Hancock Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Hancock Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Delrossi's Trattoria, Hancock Inn, and Fiddleheads Cafe.
Is The Hancock Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Hancock.
Are pets allowed at The Hancock Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is The Hancock Inn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.