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Philbrook Farm Inn

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Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed 9 June 2013

we have been coming to Philbrook Farm since 1988. It has never failed to disappoint us. Ann andLarry are the consummate hosts and we look forward to our visits every year. The food is delicious, very New England. We find the rooms clean, the staff friendly and couldn't ask for more. We are planning our trip this fall and it...

2Thank ann b
Washington DC
Reviewed 13 August 2012

Staying in a cottage at Philbrook Farm is like turning back the hands of time. The cottages are all different, quite large, and old, with loads of beautiful architectural detail, expansive porch space, great views of the Presidential Mountains and the Androscoggin Valley. If your great-grandparents had a place in the woods, you might be lucky enough to have experienced...

Thank mojoWashingtonDC
Baltimore, Maryland
Reviewed 3 July 2011

We stayed at the Philbrook Farm Inn for one night in late June. We knew that it wasn't a hotel or an extremely nice B&B, but we weren't expecting what we got. Ann greeted us at the door, and she was very nice, but the floorboards on the deck are rotting (and she even told us!), although the view and...

5Thank devontastic
Reviewed 9 June 2011

First, we didn't stay at the Inn itself, we stayed at the three "cabins" on the hill. Norman Bates, eat your heart out. The houses were family homes built in the 1800's, and they don't look or feel like they have been cleaned since then. Aside form the creepy glass man in the "Do not enter room," where the door...

4Thank Zyniker
Loudon, NH
Reviewed 31 January 2011

Ann and Larry are the best hosts. They will do anything to make your stay perfect. This early 1800 B&B is so charming.. A lot of history in this house. This is the first Inn that I have stayed in that serves you a 3 course dinner as well as a very hearty breakfast. Traditional Yankee Fare. Saturday nights meal;...

4Thank abenaki11
Norman, Oklahoma
Reviewed 14 October 2010

The Philbrook Farm Inn is as lovely as the pictures on their website. Old, old home that has been in the family since the early 1800's. Still family owned. One of the best parts is the food. Breakfast and dinner are included in the price for the overnight. We had pot roast the first night and could have cut the...

2Thank peppersm0m
Reviewed 19 September 2010

Our stay at the Philbrook Farm Inn was most enjoyable. The inn built in around 1835 was a great mid point in out two week vacation to just sit and enjoy the view and to get away from people.

1Thank trimic
Westborough, Massachusetts
Reviewed 9 September 2010

We spent one night at the Philbrook Farm Inn and while we found the Inn had old time New England charm, the overall interior was on the worn out side. This place could be wonderful, but it appears to need much TLC to return it to restored beauty of days gone by. Ann, the Inn Keeper was pleasant and helpful...

3Thank dperry3568
New York City, New York
Reviewed 14 August 2010

The Philbrook Farm Inn is such a rare find - each room is filled with authentic treasures gathered by the Philbrook family, and the living room is packed with the coolest and kookiest things - xmas cards from 1895, old fashioned jigsaw puzzles and books from the 18th century. The inn has apparently been in the same family fro 8...

1Thank GreenPark2010
wilmington, ca
Reviewed 21 June 2008

A pure pleasure, low key, with North Country theme and history exuding from every quality of this place. Relaxed, not stuffily proper, but very real with truly wonderful, responsive hosts. This is a family business and one feels very much a part. An excellent place from which to canoe the Androscoggin, hike tributaries to the White Mountains, the Appalachian Trail,...

1Thank athodyd

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Address: 881 North Rd, Shelburne, NH 03581-3212
Region: United States > New Hampshire > White Mountains > Shelburne
Number of rooms: 17
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“We always stay in main building.”
577richd, 23 Jun 2014 | Read review
“If you are big group and want to stay more than a few days in the summer, rent a cottage.”
986alecb, 21 Sep 2013 | Read review
“The McKnight room within the Inn is on the 2nd floor (no elevator) that faces the front of the Inn with the Mountains for a view, with a bay window that opens and offers a wonderful breeze (no air conditioning). Has a king (actually 2 twins put together) bed, separate but private bathroom with very old, but quite adequate facilities. Antiques galore throughout the Inn. Writing desk.”
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OHRetirees, 18 Sep 2013 | Read review
“we love the Mc Knight room”
annb911, 9 Jun 2013 | Read review
“Do NOT stay in the”
Zyniker, 9 Jun 2011 | Read review
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