We ran into the the care taker because we rent a place nearby and parked the car at the end of the driveway took a walk up the drive to check it out. Right away we were confronted by the who we think was the care taker, saying that we were trespassing. He followed us back to the car yelling at us the whole time. As soon as he noticed the MA licence plate he started swearing at us, saying Massholes are not welcome. We still rent a place around the corner, we have been for years because the Jackson area is really beautiful. It is just a shame that bitter people like this exist. I sometimes see him because hiking trails are right next to his property and you have to park your car at the end of his driveway. Last year he gave me a hard time about walking my dog on the hiking trail. Not sure what his role is at the B&B but I hope he is not the owner.…
One of our best stays during our road trip in the White Mountains. Ann is such a lovely, nice, warm and funny host. We can’t recommend this beautiful, warm, clean and cozy place enough! She helped us a lot with our hiking trail to Mount Washington, gave us warm clothes and shoes and prepared us every morning a jummy breakfast with eggs, pancakes, juice and coffee. The rooms a very clean, comfortable and sweet. We were allowed to use the kitchen for preparing our dinner and we could also do our laundry. We will definitely come back to this amazing farm and our lovely host Ann!!
This inn, really just a farm house, is in lovely setting with beautiful views of the mountains and valley, clean rooms and ensuite bathrooms. But the innkeeper Ann is unfriendly and at times downright rude. From the beginning it was clear she wanted nothing to do with us. She didn't show any appreciation that we had chosen her inn and didn't do a thing to to make us feel welcome. She did complain a lot about all the work the farm takes, the number of bails of hay she put up that day, the length of her next day of haying, etc. Not once did she ask us about our stay. Just walked right on by like we weren't there. It was clear we were a nuisance beyond the $95 a night she charged. There must be better places to stay in Jackson.
Our room was very comfortable and spacious with a pleasant shower room. There was a lovely view over fields, forests and mountains and it was very peaceful. The farm was up a steep hill about ten minutes drive from Jackson where there were good places to eat. The only disappointment was the breakfast- our expectations were raised by the previous reviews, but we we found them sparse and unappetising.
We stayed here for a couple of nights during our New England road trip. The views are amazing and the surroundings very quiet. It's a bit of a drive up the mountain, but that didn't bother us. We loved Anne, she makes a damn good breakfast and has excellent hiking advice, mostly by her own experience. She cookes a healthy dinner on request, that was a nice change up with the local restaurant scene.