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Reviewed 14 October 2018 via mobile

We really enjoyed our 2-night stay with Lynne and Mark at the Nutmeg Inn to see New England in the Fall. Relaxing round a log fire comparing what we’d seen with fellow guests made for the perfect end to the day. Thanks for the advice on our itinerary Mark and for all your home cooking Lynne

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Roger A
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Reviewed 14 October 2018

Wow and double wow. Mark and Lynne are just as warm and welcoming as the Inn itself. Built in 1776 from the forbidden “King’s Pine” and since added onto, it exudes stories and history. One can only imagine the stories and characters that have played on the antique J.E. Came Co Red Felt billiard table. The grounds are inviting for a nice stroll holding a cup of coffee in the mornings, prior to Mark’s daily homemade sourdough bread and the fruit cups as well as egg dishes both Mark and Lynne prepare. One of us has Celiac disease and they prepared non-gluten meals, how is that for accommodating! Our room, Parsly, queen bed was very comfortable with a swivel rocker and loveseat sofa with dormered ceiling and window view of the well maintained grounds and pool with gazebo and a large fire pit in the rear of the Inn. The daily fire in the main room of the Inn was just as welcoming.

Room tip: Most rooms require climbing a short stairway.
Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 October 2018

Lynne and Mark provided the highlight of our trip to see New England in the fall. Their caring, humorous and welcoming reception was the start of two lovely days. Still keen to share the history of their beautiful inn, the did it informatively and with enthusiasm - which is impressive as they've probably done it thousands of times before!
The inn is a gem. Warm, cosy and interesting. The log fire and comfy chairs, the afternoon coffee pot and homemade cake, the complimentary local beers in the fridge - we felt at home instantly.
Our room "Clove" was very nice. A creaky floor but what else would you expect? Clean and very nicely maintained, it was just what we'd hoped for.
Breakfast was taken with some of the other guests who seemed equally delighted with their stay. Homemade fare from the granola to the sour dough loaf made by Mark each day, while we are still asleep. Hot, sweet main dishes of poached pears and apple and cinnamon pudding made a great start to our days in the area.
They ticked all the boxes. A hardworking couple who just can't do enough to please. It was great.

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Steve J
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Mark K, Owner at Nutmeg Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2018

Thank you Steve and Sharon for your review. We really enjoyed having you stay with us and guests like you with your wonderful sense of humor make our "job" a real joy. Come see us again or who knows next time we're in Yorkshire we may come knocking!

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Reviewed 11 October 2018

We wanted an historic bnb and were not disappointed. The history of the home was very interesting-especially the secret attic access in our room used in the underground railroad. The hosts Mark and Lynne were so very friendly and helpful. Mark's breakfasts were all yummy. Will definitely consider returning when in the Meredith NH area again.

Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Trail93194
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Reviewed 5 October 2018

We picked the Nutmeg as the start of our trip around New Hampshire and Maine, and couldn't have wished for better.
Mark and Lynne are the most wonderful hosts, and made us feel so welcome despite the fact we were effectively gatecrashing a family celebration.
The Inn is in a beautiful secluded location, with lovely gardens to sit in and a pool for warmer times.
The room was cosy and had everything we needed for our stay.
Other reviewers have praised Mark's breakfast toast, but I need to add his burrito's as well as Lynne's fantastic poached pairs. The breakfasts were gorgeous.
You are made to feel so at home at The Nutmeg, and we would go back tomorrow.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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