Loved my stay here. Already planning to return. The setting is perfect. In the evening, from my room I watched the full moon rise over the peak color autumn trees-- looked like an old woodblock carving. And then in the morning the sun came up to reveal the glistening of the first hard frost. The smell of the morning coffee drew me downstairs-- still in my PJs -- and it was just perfect. The ideal breakfast; a spinach/feta omelet (with eggs from the chickens on premises -- can't get more locavore than that) a warm lemon ginger scone and two simple breakfast sausages. Meg was the perfect hostess with just the right amount of good stories about the impressive history of the town and The Stonewall Farm. I truly felt right at ease and like "one of the family." Easily the best B&B I have ever stayed at.
- 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