My wife and I recently spent a night at the Inn and it was as if we were visiting old friends. From the moment Fred and Sandy greeted us, along with the resident dog , Mooney, we felt as comfortable there as we would at home. Sandy gave us our choice of room, a choice which became difficult to do as each room as it's own charm. We chose a third floor room with cathedral ceilings, large bath and closet. Slept like a baby. They reccommended a local
Italian resturant which to me, at least, was not what I wanted. My wife prevailed and we went.
It was by far one of the best meals I have had in an Italian resturant in awhile. The meals and wines we had there would have cost in the range of $95.00 to $120.00 in our area. Ready for this? $55.00 and everything is made from scratch. Take their advice, they know where to go.
After dinner we sat on the deck overlooking a large field, sipping the wine we brought and saying goodnight to New Hampshire. The next morning's breakfast was cooked to perfection, the innkeepers joined us and along with another couple from Chicago, we spent the better part of two hours eating and talking. We will be back soon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Atwood Inn is a romantic 1820's brick Federal colonial. Seven large, comfortable guest rooms all have private baths - 4 with working fireplaces. A delicious breakfast is served in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Located in the very center of New Hampshire, you may drive to Boston, Maine, the seacoast or Vermont within an hour+. The Lakes Region offers uncounted opportunities for hiking, shopping, swimming, skiing and fishing plus Keepsake Quilts, Canterbury Shaker Village and New Hampshire International Speedway. In this lovely rural area you will take a step back in time to a more peaceful and considerate existence. ... more less