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Entra en un mundo de elegancia amable, romance victoriano y hospitalidad. La experiencia de la grandeza de esta mansión histórica mientras usted disfruta de todas las Montañas Blancas de New Hampshire tienen que ofrecer. Relájese en una de nuestras espaciosas habitaciones - todos tienen baños privados. Todas las mañanas se sirve un desayuno completo del país. Servicio de café y té está disponible todo el día. Convenientemente ubicado en Bethlehem, New Hampshire sólo 3 millas de la I-93. Esquí fabuloso, golf, ir de compras, y el senderismo está cerca. Paquetes especiales y certificados de regalo están disponibles.
4,4 en junio 21, 2017
I spent the morning conversing with the chef she is a joy to spend time with. The place was clean and comfortable. They called the restaurant in town and had our table ready for dinner. Would definitely come back!!
4,6 en enero 16, 2017
This was my first visit to a Bed & Breakfast. I loved how each room was unique. I cannot say enough about our, innkeeper, Mary. She made us feel right at home and enjoyed chatting with her.
5 en enero 14, 2017
The Mulburn Inn is so convenient to everything we wanted to do in New Hampshire. It is a beautiful historic mansion with cozy beds run by Mary the lovely and attentive Inn Keeper. Fabulous breakfasts were waiting for us each morning too! The Cold Mountain Cafe is minutes down the road in Bethlehem and superb, skiing at Bretton Woods is always fun, my daughter and I also recommend Fresh Salon (in an old restored mill building in Littleton 10 minutes away). A perfect getaway!
4,8 en enero 09, 2017
Staying at the Mulburn Inn is always a pleasure. Mary is an outstanding inn keeper and owner of this charming inn who makes you feel like family, not guests. Great breakfasts. She is knowledgable about and helpful with local restaurants and recreation. We have stayed there before and look forward to many return stays at this cozy New England inn nestled in the small New Hampshire town of Bethlehem.
5 en enero 02, 2017
Our 3 night stay at The Mulburn Inn was the perfect compliment to wonderfully exhausting days on the slopes at Bretton Woods (Cannon Mt. is nearby too). We returned to the Inn every evening to the aroma of baked goods in the air. Such a warm and cozy feeling in this beautifully appointed mansion with a fascinating history! Mary is the perfect Inn Keeper taking care of all the details including lift tickets to Bretton Woods and a gourmet breakfast every morning. Just enough personal attention but with lots of privacy as well. There is even a hot tub on the deck to soak those sore muscles. I can't say enough about our experience. All the rooms are gorgeous. We stayed in the two round rooms which are unique and lovely. We had stayed at the Mount Washington Hotel every Winter for the last 15 years, but the personal touch there has been lost now that Omni Hotels is managing. At the Mulburn Inn you have the historic beauty and the feeling of space with high ceilings and large rooms in the common areas without the crowds and oppressive management of the larger hotels. I give the Mulburn Inn 6 stars +++. We hope to make the Inn our new place to stay for our yearly vacation to New Hampshire.
4,6 en octubre 03, 2016
I stayed at the Inn for three nights in early September. I was attending a conference at a nearby hotel and there weren't enough rooms at that hotel to accommodate me (and many other conference attendees). This ended up being my good fortune. The Mulburn Inn was comfortable, quaint, and very accommodating. Mary, the Innkeeper, managed to be very professional while making me feel like a guest in her home. The breakfasts that Mary prepared were delicious. And I felt very comfortable as I worked and relaxed. I am planning to return with my wife at some point. I highly recommend The Mulburn Inn.
4,6 en septiembre 24, 2016
Was convenient to the Cog Railroad and the Highland Games in Lincoln which is what we were looking for. Very nice older home with charm. Mary was very helpful with information on what to do locally including recommending the local theater and places to eat. Littleton is not too far and has more restaurants and main street shops. The inn was very relaxing.
4,4 en septiembre 21, 2016
Beautiful period home, rooms are very nicely appointed with comfortable beds and antiques. Mary is an excellent host, friendly and engaging. We look forward to staying again. Highly recommend!
4,6 en agosto 18, 2016
Mary is a wonderful individual who radiate genuine happiness. It was such a pleasure to stay in her charming "summer cottage" that seems to stretch on and on! We had the Madison Room which was very clean, comfortable and pleasant.
5 en julio 31, 2016
Before our originally scheduled arrival, I had a health issue and could not arrive on the the reserved date. The innkeeper, Mary, was very understanding and pushed our stay out to accommodate my situation. We are very glad that we were able to experience the beautiful, historic inn and to spend some leisure time with Mary. She is a wonderful person. The room and the inn were spotless and our breakfast was world class. My wife and I have stayed at many B&B's in the New England area but rate the Mulburn Inn right up there with the very best.
The Jefferson room is the largest bedroom in the Inn. It is said that legends such as the Rockefellers, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe slept here. All of the fixtures in the bathroom are original; take special note of the grand white pedestal sink in the bathroom, the largest in the house. Slabs of marble were placed under all of the original toilets to avoid water damage to the hardwood floors. One excellent feature of this room is the five large windows, which provide an excellent source of lighting, as well as a terrific breeze in the summertime.
The Washington room was the original master bedroom to the Ivie Estate. The room originally extended to the end of the hallway and the Monroe room served as the foyer for the elevator service to the 2nd floor. The Washington room is the only room in the inn, which boasts silver light fixtures. A king size hammered metal bed compliments the silver light fixtures, and an antique dresser, night table and matching armoire complete the room. The Bathroom contains an original six-foot long soaking tub and a separate walk in shower.
The Pierce room was originally one with the Jackson room. The four Ivie daughters resided here until they were eventually married. The entrance to the room was originally a large closet. In 1986 a wall was put up dividing the room into two, and the bathroom was added. This room features a lovely king size pencil poster bed as well as a twin bed. Directly opposite the king bed is a lovely mahogany woodwork electric fireplace to add ambiance year round, and an extra bit of warmth in the wintertime. At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Monroe room originally served as a foyer to the master bedroom of the house. Elevator service was provided to the second floor through what is now the closet. A writing desk and a small variety of books were also located here. The light fixtures are all original, and the silver one in the bathroom indicates that this portion of the bathroom originally belonged to the master bedroom, which has all silver light fixtures. This room has a beautiful queen size antique poster bed in it. The small size and cozy nature of this room make it a favorite of those looking for our most affordable accommodations, or enjoy being close to the one they are traveling with! The toilet and sink are original to the house, and belonged in the Jackson room bathroom as a part of the matching bathroom set. At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Jackson room and the Pierce room were originally one large room. This room housed all four of the Ivie daughters until Florence married Karl Abbot and moved into the Abbot House in 1923. The hanging light fixture exhibits the Art Deco style of decorating. The peach colored bath fixtures are all original and were imported from England. The original bathroom had two matching sinks and toilets so that the four daughters had more space in their dressing area. The sink itself weighs approximately 200lbs. The tub/shower is a tiled in claw foot tub. This room has a lovely queen size pencil poster bed and a love seat to curl up with your favorite book!
The Madison Room boasts mahogany woodwork throughout. The famed inventor Thomas Edison slept here. Edison visited the family frequently and gave the original electric stove located in the library to the family in 1924. The original owners manual is still with it! The hand carved queen size mahogany bed was acquired through an auction of the Kennedy Estate. The round turreted area is a unique feature of this Tudor Style Mansion; even the glass in the windows is curved! At this time the bathroom has a walk in shower making it perfect for guests who prefer only a shower, or might have difficulty with a step in tub/shower.
The Adams room is unique from any other room in the inn. The round turreted area with curved glass and woodwork of birds-eye maple are just a few of the special features this room as to offer. A wonderful queen size bed and matching armoire complete the picture. Original light fixtures exemplify the influence of the Art Deco period. The bathroom contains original pink fixtures imported from Europe. The tub is six feet in length, and the pedestal sink weighs almost 200 pounds. Barbara Hutton and Cary Grant spent a part of their honeymoon in this very room. However, she firmly believed that visiting New Hampshire once was more than enough and never returned!
Dietético , Alimentación particular
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Mulburn Inn Quiche
Nuestra hermosa quiche es ligera y esponjosa con una corteza se dore ligeramente dorada. El relleno de verduras puede variar, pero el resultado final es una boca de riego quiche como ninguno que haya experimentado jamás.