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All reviewscarriage housefrench toastfour poster bednew hampshirethe main housewalls are very thinplanning processgas fireplacetavern downstairsstep stoolthird floorhigh bedexposed beamsbreakfast was excellentoystersstayed two nightsbeautiful room
As usual, I will get the worst out first... and there wasn't much for this place! The ONLY thing that happened that had a negative vibe at all was at breakfast. We sat at a two person table, and the legs didn't sit flat on...More
We stayed at the Three Chimney Inn to help celebrate a wedding anniversary. This is an old establishment with rooms set in turn of the century buildings. You get the feeling of colonial times which imparts a definite charm. The rooms are decorated in period...More
My flight to Boston was delayed by 9 hours. I updated the front desk, and was told someone would be waiting for me, and once I landed to please drive safely up to Durham. When I arrived at 2:30 am, I was welcomed, and found...More
We had a wonderful weekend celebrating our parent's 50th wedding anniversary. The rooms were perfect (#25 if you have a large party), the food was delicious (seriously, the Clam Chowder was AMAZING!) and the service was top-notch. Special thanks to Pauline, Louise, Kelsey and Cassie...More
Built in the 1600s, this bed and breakfast offers unbelievable comfort that the people of Colonial New England could not even begin to dream about! Innkeeper and staff all incredibly pleasant, helpful. Patty, Lauren, Louise, and Laurie at the desk over my stay (visit to...More