This Historic Country Inn is nestled in the peaceful town of Walpole in SouthWestern New Hampshire. Just minutes from the Vermont border, the Inn features exquisite rooms and grounds, fine dining and all the modern ameninities you would expect in a five star hotel or any quality lodge or Bed and Breakfast
Peaceful and relaxing Historic Country Inn admire the antique furnishings sample extrodinary cuisine unwind and enjoy the serenity that is Walpole, NH

Walpole, New Hampshire

Colonel Benjamin Bellows obtained a charter for the town of Walpole in 1752 for only a handful of families, including his own. With a current population of 3500, the town is now comprised of three villages; Walpole, North Walpole, and Drewsville. Walpole is a town proud of its history and old New England qualities. The people of Walpole have lovingly maintained the town and its architecture. Walpole is home to many unique businesses; there is a fine chocolate shop, and art gallery, organic farms, film studios, and other interesting business.

One of New England's best nine hole golf courses is located in Walpole and is open to the public. There are animal sanctuary and conservation land trails for hiking in all seasons.

The Changing foliage in the Connecticut River Valley is glorious, usually peaking in mid-September into October. In the winter, Walpole is a cozy town to visit for getting away from the hustle and bustle of ski resorts, but it is a short drive from the slopes. In the spring, the people of Walpole enjoy the reawakening of their gardens; the abundant lilacs in town inspired Louisa May Alcott's book Under the Lilacs . Walpole in the summer is a lush and relaxed place, with Sunday evening concerts on the town common.

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Walpole Inn 297 Main Street Walpole, NH 03608
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