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Operating Bed and Breakfast
Rentable Venue

c. 1760 Colonial

297 Main Street
Walpole, New Hampshire

Walpole Inn

The Walpole Inn is an exquisite B&B located in Walpole, NH. Built in the 1760s by Colonel Benjamin Bellows, one of the founders of the Town of Walpole, the Inn is one of the oldest structures in town. In July of 1999, the Inn reopened under new ownership and management after a yearlong effort to restore the antique features of the building, while adding modern comforts and conveniences. We now offer a fitness center and wireless internet access. Conveniently located in Southwestern New Hampshire, the Walpole Inn is a short drive to Vermont's great ski resorts. It is only two hours from Boston, and approximately four hours from New York City and Montreal. Owner, Cindy Creteau-Miller, has created an atmosphere of elegant simplicity combined with indulgent luxury; all the while giving guests a place to feel comfortable and relaxed. The Inn offers eight stately guest rooms, a lounge, banquet facilities, as well as lawns, gardens, and a private clay tennis court. Whether you are in town on business, looking for the perfect getaway, or an ideal locale for your family or business event, the Walpole Inn has an exquisite combination of service and amenities.

Walpole Inn

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Phone: 603-756-3320

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Archived in October, 2010

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