If you've always dreamed of being married in the garden at a New England country inn, this is the place for you! Intimate weddings of up to 65 guests can be held at the Inn. Our goal is to provide a beautiful place for your wedding or civil union, to provide exceptional service and great food, and to make sure that every detail is attended to.
Ceremonies can be held outside on the blue stone terrace, surrounded by gardens, or inside in front of the fireplace during the cold months. Depending on the time of the year and the size of your wedding, it may be necessary to reserve all 15 of the guest rooms at our romantic NH Bed and Breakfast for the weekend of your wedding.
We can help you with everything from flowers to photography. Please contact us if you'd like to hear more about weddings at our New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Inn.
Our New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Inn is sited on a hill with a winding driveway leading around the pond from the entrance on Cross Road. The pond is edged with cattails and willow trees and has some very plump green frogs in its waters. On a summer night, the frogs provide a loud chorus from the banks of the pond.
Our yard consists of 10 acres of land mostly landscaped into gardens designed by renowned landscape architect Gordon Hayward. Over the years, as the structure of the buildings at our romantic NH Bed and Breakfast grew and evolved, his landscaping created a setting that ties the gardens to the buildings in a natural way so that they work as one to provide the inn's closeness to nature and serene, restful ambience.
The meadow is a mass of wild flowers. In midsummer, the grasses and flowers are waist high and sway in the breeze. There is a mown path through the meadow to explore and enjoy the summertime smell of all of the different flowers and grasses. Black-eyed Susan's and Queen Anne's lace flourish there.
The main inn is perched on the highest point of the property, with the exterior rooms and the Johanna Wetherby Building stretched across the knoll. The shape of the buildings is reminiscent of the way that old New England farmhouses were attached to the barns so that the farmers didn't have to wade through the snow to get to their animals in the cold snowy winters.
The bluestone terrace off of the dining rooms has gardens on all four sides and steps down to the flat lawn when many a wedding has taken place. In the spring the crab apple and azalea blossoms are breathtaking. In winter, the crab apple trees are hung with white lights that twinkle as the snow blows.