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Reviewed 28 November 2011

Visited the little town of Temple, Nh and stayed one night at the Birchwood Inn. The host are so friendly and informative. You can tell they love their work. Supper was really home cooked and breakfast omelet was just right. Santa Clause was in the town square waving to people as we left....you can't get better than that.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 September 2011

These guys saved our vacation. We were in Vermont for Hurricane Irene and, unfortunately, had to leave because of all the terrible flooding. We picked a new destination and lodging in a matter of hours but it could not have turned out better!

Birchwood offers an incredible combination of an historic building, beautiful setting, thoughtful decor, great food and local feel. Even beyond these assets, the owners, Nick and Andrew, add a welcoming, helpful feel that made our stay incredibly enjoyable.

We stayed in the Brighton room, which had just been beautifully redone. The linens, bed and furniture were all expertly picked and truly high quality. We peeked into one of the other rooms (the oxford, I think) as we went to the common room upstairs and it also looked very nice (nicer than any place we had found in New England for comparable or even higher prices). The flat panel TVs with DVD built in were a great touch. They're not huge TVs but it was great to be able to pick from their DVD library and have something better than local news or crap network TV to watch at the end of the night.

We had never been to a B&B before and were somewhat wary of feeling like we were guests in someone else's house. But the set-up of the place was great for privacy and Nick and Andrew made us feel totally comfortable. In the end we wound up talking Nick's ear off! The breakfast was so great that we went to the tavern two nights for dinner as well. There were locals coming and going and a lot of the ingredients were locally sourced - the whole place felt very community-oriented, even with the English flair.

The area was also great. Monodnock was a fantastic climb; Peterborough was very charming; and Nick was able to recommend some great places to go.

Could not have asked for a better stay and would HIGHLY recommend to any couple or group.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 July 2011

The theme of Old England merged with New England is well played out in the decor, the food. The food was excellent! Beer selection superb! The owners are very hospitable and kind. We were happy to find that the locals come in during dinner for food and a drink, and the owners seem to know and remember everybody. We'll be back!

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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2  Thank PanisEtCircense
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Reviewed 15 February 2011

Restored historic English Inn. A pleasure to vist with the owners, wonderful dinner and breakfast, Very pretty and comfortable rooms as well as lovely sitting room. Dining room has unique wall mural from the 1800's. Close to x-country skiing and snowshoeing areas.
Diane A.

Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
1  Thank mxmomconcordnh
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Reviewed 18 January 2011

Found this a long time ago when it only had one review on trip advisor.. took a chance because it was so convenient to where we were going to visit...loved it!!! we were the only couple staying there that night, unbelievably , the room and pub were the cutest (okay the room was a little kitchy but I think that is what all these b&b are like in New England). Super cute,and dinner was fabulous..and the owner was an absolute sweetheart. Told us all about the area and what life is like there, and just all around friendly and helpful. The pub was happening, but ended fairly early so it didn't bother our sleep. My partner and I fantasized about renting the whole place out and invite all our friends and family...still might.. definite recommendation!!!

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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