We have stayed in B&Bs across the country and the hospitality by innkeepers, Meg & Skip, was THE BEST we have ever experienced. You are made to feel right at home at this inn. The inn is just what we expected to find when staying at a century-old farm house. Bedrooms are beautifully appointed with antique furnishing and every detail is there - from the flannel sheets in the cooler weather to the goat meal bathsoaps. The breakfasts each day were delicious and plentiful. You must experience the homemade grape juice. Two laboratory retrievers and a sheep "Snowflake" round out the permanent residence. It was a truly relaxing and enjoyable stay.
Two local restaurants, Tooky Mill Pub and Nonnis, recommended by our innkeepers also offered outstanding food and great ambiance.
You will do well to take a respite at this inn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stonewall Farm is a 1785 Farmhouse that is not only a B&B, but a Caregivers Respite B&B. We offer the following services to our guests for their relaxation: massage therapy, Rieki, meditation and support groups. All rooms offer air conditioning, hair dryers, robes, goat milk soaps. There are many area activities including: swimming, kayaking, golf, hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobile trails, and of course snowshoeing right out of our back door. The Hillsborough area offers several yearly events. Balloon Festival in July, Living History Event in August, and Schnitzelfest in September You must also take a tour of The Franklin Pierce Homestead and our many "stone arch" bridges. Stonewall Farm B&B in itself is rich in history. It was the birthplace of N.H. 42Nd Governor David Goodell, and was also the largest farm in Hillsborough County, N.H. In the 1800's, consisting of 1,000 acres+. Stonewall Farm B&B also has a seasonal barn for small weddings and other functions such as meetings and family reunions. Larger weddings can be accommodated with a tent rental for your event. Farm fresh eggs from Stonewall Farm are used for breakfast. We also grow as much produce organically as possible for our breakfast. If you are fortunate enough to visit us during blueberry season, you may go home with a large bag of "pick your own" blueberries. ... more less