We stayed at The Nutmeg Inn in June and think it was adorable. Karen and Kevin were very welcoming and personable. Once invited in, they shared the history of the home and showed us around. The home has an amazing history outlined on their website. Built in 1763 and likely a part of the underground railroad. The home has original wood features to appreciate. After telling us about the home, we were shown to our room. It was quaint. I was impressed with how clean the home and room were. The bathroom was spotless! The bed was comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. Karen and Kevin catered to my dietary needs (asked at time of booking, clarified upon arrival). Breakfast included homemade granola with delicious yogurt, baked pears and french toast. Coffee was hot and ready…
Karen and Kevin made our stay inviting and comfortable. Not only did we receive a beautiful room with comfy bed, but we got a tour and history of the property as well as delicious full homemade breakfasts for each morning of our stay. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate for the 4th of July weekend of 2021 so we weren't brave enough to use the beautiful pool and outdoor facilities but it sure looked inviting! Karen even lent us an umbrella for the inclement weather!
My husband and I stayed for an anniversary getaway. The Nutmeg Inn was such a cozy and comfortable stay, with lots of quaint north country charm. At the same time, the house and grounds are expansive providing plenty of space for private chats and relaxation. The 3 course breakfast first started with homemade sourdough bread, and served tableside by the most gracious hosts! The meal was a culinary delight! We especially enjoyed taking our coffee on the large porch rocking our cares away. We can not wait to return!
This was the first time we visited a bed and breakfast in our 30+ years together, we did not know what to expect and were totally blown away!! Our experience was beyond wonderful!! From the moment we walked through the door, we were welcomed by the Innkeepers Kevin and Karen who gave us a personalized tour of the Inn, which is an Hisotrical Residence dating back to 1763. The Innf is filled with over 400 plus years of history, from the wide plank wooden floors, to the masssive fireplace in the main living room. We even enjoyed a fire on July 4th due to the rainiy weather. Kevin and Karen made it a wonderful experience. Kevin makes his home made sour dough bread every moring and has it ready for 8am. A 4 course breakfast is served every morning between 8-9:30am. Karen serves her…
In 1768, when this house was built by Eliphalet Rawlins, nobody envisioned an inn next door to the superb lake country of central NH. In fact there was no rail travel, nor were people accustomed to leaving home for a change in scene. There are no views that shine brightly in a tourist website. However, Eliphalet was not one to cut corners. The house has magnificent rooms where you might have to duck your head to navigate safely, and the somewhat crooked stairway and passageways appear to be exactly as they were 250 years ago. Interestingly, I detected no creeks and groans from the ancient wood floors. The place was built! That explains 50% of the inn's appeal. It's both a beautiful house and an 18th century experience that stays with you long after your departure. And in 2021,…
The Nutmeg Inn is wonderful option if you are staying in the region. The space is impeccable, with will-appointed rooms, comfortable common areas, and all of the thoughtful touches that you would offer guests staying in your own home. The innkeepers make you feel so welcomed and comfortable. The grounds are luxurious and perfect for lounging from morning to night - from the rocking chairs on the deck to the heated salt water pool and fire pit. The breakfast - from the homemade sourdough bread and granola to the made-to-order blueberry pancakes - is better than that of any restaurant in town. This will be my new go-to location for overnights in the area.
If I could give 50 stars I would. We've come every year for the past 4-5, and so look forward to our annual stays. Beautiful place, beautiful grounds, perfect location, close to everything yet quiet and peaceful. It's perfect for a peaceful and quiet getaway. Kevin & Karen are the new owners and are great people, fun, and so personable! We'll miss Mark & Lynn, but these folks are right up there with them for personality and friendliness. We just loved them. And the food??? OMG!!! Everything about the Nutmeg is as close to perfection as you can get. I can't recommend them highly enough!!
My wife and I have been staying at the Nutmeg Inn for 5+ years now during Bike Week. It's a beautifully kept property located close enough, yet far enough away to the Bike Week activities. Kevin and Karen are the new owners we just met this year and they are absolutely fantastic. Very engaging to ensure we had everything we needed while also being personable and friendly during our stay. Looking forward to seeing them again next year.
I was there for bike week 2021. The Nutmeg Inn is a beautiful, well maintained home but more importantly, the innkeepers are inviting, warm, friendly and very thoughtful. It was an all around great experience, from the delicious breakfast to conversations at the fire pit. All around great experience.
Had a great experience at the Nutmeg Inn. Karen and Kevin were both very helpful and did everything possible to make our stay a memorable one. Each morning we had a delicious breakfast that kept us satisfied throughout the day. We will be returning in the future. Dave&Gail