Adair Country Inn and Restaurant in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountains
This memorable historic New England inn, offers couples an intimate and romantic retreat conveniently located halfway between Boston and Montreal. The Adair Inn is located in the midst of many outdoor recreational activities, antique shops, art galleries, as well as the quaint villages of Littleton, NH, Sugar Hill, NH and Franconia, NH.
Adair's Restaurant offers flavorful New England style cuisine in our intimate fireside dining room, al fresco on our outdoor garden patio, or in the cozy library pub. From its long drive bordered by stately pines, gleaming white birch trees and stone walls to its picturesque setting on a knoll with spectacular views of the White Mountains, Adair is one of New England's most renowned country inns.
The Inn is rich in history, with scenic grounds, walking trails and colorful gardens designed by the Olmsted Brothers (sons of the man who designed New York City's Central Park) providing an atmosphere of quiet splendor. The country estate was built in 1927 by Frank Hogan as a gift to his only daughter, Dorothy Adair Hogan, upon the occasion of her marriage to John W. Guider. Owners Joel and Cathy Bedor and Innkeepers Cynthia Foster and Tom Lapointe await your visit to this romantic country inn and restaurant.
We welcome you to visit Adair Country Inn & Restaurant.
Deliberately small, naturally quiet.
The Inn's relaxing ambiance and casual dress belie uncompromising attention to detail, highly personalized, warm service.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the Inn's full facilities, including the 200-acre grounds, library bar, living room, and granite tap room with pool table and large screen television.
We are Pet Friendly! Contact us about our pet policies.
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Adair Country Inn & Restaurant offers fine New England style cuisine in a cozy fireside atmosphere. Dinner reservations are available from 5:00 until 8:30pm, Wednesday Thru Sunday.
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Stay and Play
The New Hampshire Maple Experience
Enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride through The Rocks property and discover how to distinguish sugar maples from other species of trees. You'll learn how to safely tap trees to collect the sap needed to make maple syrup and sugar.
A tractor-drawn wagon will carry visitors to the Maple Museum to experience a working sugar house.
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