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Company Info:

Rating: 5.00

Address: Main, Bethlehem, NH, 03574

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    Comments (4):

    1. doug s.
    my whole family stayed here when my wife and i got married in bethlehem this summer. everyone loved this place. the rooms are spacious and transported me to a time when men were men and women were also men. mary, the innkeeper, always had a tray of the most amazing fresh baked brownies or cookies right at the foot of the stairs. will definitely be staying there again and urge you to do the same. whatever you do, don't stay at the cannon mountain view.

    15/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Ana K.
    My husband (then almost husband) stayed at the Mulburn Inn 2 days before our wedding and the night of our wedding as well. I grew up in Franconia, NH (now reside in Brooklyn, NY) so it was quite strange to stay in a place where I normally would stay with my parents. We picked the perfect place. The Mulburn Inn is a wonderful B&B. Mary the Innkeeper is one of the nicest people I have ever met, not to mention she makes KILLER breakfasts in the morning! The Inn is beautiful and old, we some modern updates; like a jacuzzi hot tub on the porch! The beds were so comfortable and the sheets were so nice (that's a major thing for me). I honestly have nothing negative to say about the Mulburn. Anyone planning a trip to Bethlehem, Franconia, Littleton, etc... should stay here.

    13/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Elena K.
    Beautiful house, nice rooms, nice grounds, very accommodating, and the food was excellent. However, the thing I have to rave the most about was the innkeeper (and owner?), Mary. She was the sweetest, nicest, most attentive innkeeper I have ever met. She really makes me want to go back regularly. We had an excellent time!

    12/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Amir G.
    Vegan-friendly "castle" in NH. My girlfriend and I had an amazing stay. The room was old-fashioned, but in a "historic" fashion that felt and looked just right, with a great character and cozy feel (wooden floors, antique but well-maintained wooden furniture, and a high bed with a little stair-step). The bathroom was a little cramped but fine, obviously an update of a space not originally intended as a private bathroom. But really, no complaints about this charming place. The manager/owner/"cook" was great, very friendly, and very accommodating of our vegan dietary needs. Really, the food was amazing! She made delicious vegan biscuits for us, plus organic tomatoes in a homemade dressing, plus homemade granola, and perfect coffee. I wish they ran this B&B as a full-time cafe as well! The working Thomas Edison stove was a nice touch, and the architecture of this historic location is beautiful.

    09/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0