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Meadow Farm Bed and Breakfast

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    Reviewed 28 November 2016

    Great Breakfast. Doug and Janet (owners) are real good folks...and, they've got a great dog too! Horses in nearby fields, pond to swim is a short walk away. Well built stone walls border their property.

    Thank DRS02461
    Reviewed 30 October 2016

    This is a really fun B&B - so thoughtfully restored and beautifully decorated that it is like dropping into the 18th century - except for the fully functioning bathrooms. Perhaps there is a maxim in the B&B industry that the more authentic the setting, the more unorthodox the bathroom arrangements, but the only quirkiness about the East Room was that...

    Thank jetmail
    Reviewed 26 October 2016

    From arrival to departure you are treated just like family! The owners Janet and Doug have really got the B&B thing down to an art. The Canopy Room is so cozy and inviting you may not want to leave your room, but don't miss out on the sitting room and the keeping/breakfast room for the full 1700's Colonial American ambience....

    Thank STUART H
    Reviewed 22 October 2016

    It was a last minute reservation on a business trip. Glad we chose the Meadow Farm. It was great talking with the owners. The house is in the country and is not fancy, but very comfortable and clean. Would highly recommend.

    Thank Nancy S
    Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

    We loved our stay and recommend it highly. Gorgeous home built in 1770, authentically restored and furnished. Doug took great care of us in that understated New England way, and seamlessly involved my daughter in collecting eggs, setting out the fruit for breakfast, etc. the screened porch is pretty much my favorite place on earth now!

    1Thank Jo S
    Allison Park, Pennsylvania, United States
    Reviewed 21 April 2016

    Southern hospitality has nothing on this Bed and Breakfast, located on several acres in New Hampshire, the house was build in 1770 and is tastefully appointed accordingly. Magnificent breakfasts, sunny pastures, welcoming owner, outstanding horses in beautifully kept stable, lake across the way, I want to move in. Very relaxing area. We happened to be visiting family who live nearby,...

    Thank Mary Ellen B
    Reviewed 2 April 2016 via mobile

    You may think you're lost as you drive the long and winding road to the Meadow Farm. Stay the course and you'll be rewarded. Have stayed here about 4 times over the past few years visiting our children at summer camp. The owners, Janet and Doug, are wonderfully friendly and charming folks whom I have really enjoyed getting to know....

    Thank CoachBrez
    Daytona Beach, Florida
    Reviewed 30 January 2016

    My girlfriend and I stayed for New year's eve. we initially planned on going out to see the ball drop but instead found the comfort of the B&B and the great company of the owners, we stayed in for the night and dined and chatted with Mr. Doug 'till midnight. We will most defanataly be back on our next winter...

    Thank 4Nigel
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Reviewed 13 October 2015 via mobile

    My husband and I stayed only one night but it was enjoyable. The house did smell a bit musty but it's old and it was raining so it was expected. Such a nice setting for a b&b, they make a lovely breakfast too.

    Thank Krazycat
    Reviewed 27 July 2015

    All the other reviewers are spot on with there comments. My wife and I were in the area for a wedding and my brother in law set us up at Meadow Farm, I'm so glad he did, it was a great experience. Initially I would be uncomfortable just walking around someones home but Doug and Janet made us feel like...

    Thank Roger E

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    Address: 454 Jenness Pond Road, Northwood, NH 03261
    Region: United States > New Hampshire > Northwood
    Number of rooms: 3
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    “Had upstair rooms each with private bath.”
     of 5 bubbles nancys260, 21 Oct 2016 | Read review
    “All of the rooms are quaint and cosey”
     of 5 bubbles 4Nigel, 29 Jan 2016 | Read review
    “The Canopy Room is quite beautiful and the bed amazingly comfortable. The room is very spacious and has a working fireplace and windows to the front and side of the house. It is on the ground floor. It has a private bath but the bath/shower is on the other side of the house, passing through the keeping room and opposite the screened in porch. It is well lit at night but still not in your room, which did not bother us at all.”
    • Canopy Room
    • The Canopy Room with working fireplace
    • Spacious Canopy Room, ground floor
     of 5 bubbles Kelleygirl2, 16 Jul 2014 | Read review
    “Three optional bedrooms are offered in this spacious, grand home. Two rooms require you to climb stairs. Downstairs room does not have an attached bathroom; however, it is grand! Make your wishes known to Doug.”
     of 5 bubbles 19maryw, 14 Nov 2013 | Read review
    “Not much sound insulation between rooms, so be prepared to be polite and quiet. Fortunately this place seems to attract people who are.”
     of 5 bubbles BklynM, 20 Aug 2012 | Read review
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