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at least in our opinion. Arrived on Friday afternoon for 2 night stay. Kitchen sink loaded with unwashed dishes, and garbage bins at the rim, not a great impression. Our room was advertised with private bath. Yes there was a tub and shower private to...More
Although this B&B was built to be just that in the 1990’s, when you drive down the dirt road toward the inn, you feel like you’ve entered another era. Sheep in their pens, and the first glimpse of the brightly colored yellow inn as you...More
A great spot right on the Connecticut River; off the main road so it is quiet & beautiful.
Elise is a wonderful hostess and she makes an amazing breakfast.
We enjoyed the views and solitude in the Adirondack chairs then spend Sunday morning on the...More
Want a peaceful place to stay - non better than Breakfast on the Connecticut. Only 30 minutes north of Hanover, NH and 5 minutes from Lyme, NH - rooms are comfortable and the common areas more than make up for the smaller rooms. Breakfasts are...More
The ride to this B&B is remote, but lovely. Upon entering the "B&B" you are in a foyer/hallway with at least six closed or partially opened doors, a couple marked "private." One open door showed a mop and cleaning supplies. If you turn right and...More
Date of stay: October 2017
Response from Donna51047, Owner at Breakfast on the ConnecticutResponded October 16, 2017
I am sorry you were disappointed in your stay. To address several items - the young couple on the Facebook page quit just before color season and Donna Andersen had to come out of retirement to handle the busiest time of the year. Secondly, five...More