Historic Bed and Breakfast in Hancock, New Hampshire
ROMANCE, RELAXATION AND HISTORY combine in the foothills of Mount Monadnock to make an unforgettable getaway at our B&B.
In continuous operation since 1789, the Hancock Inn is the state’s oldest original inn and one of the oldest in New England. When it began offering accommodations and meals to travelers, George Washington was in the first year of his presidency and the Revolutionary War had ended just six years before.
Experience the best of a centuries-old tradition of hospitality, comfort, delicious food, and romance at this classic inn. Feel like you have stepped back in time to 18th century New England but, with all the modern conveniences of today. Fireplaces, antiques, and hand-painted murals are backdrops to this romantic setting.
The Hancock Inn remains true to its origin, filled with colonial-style furniture, antiques from New England and paintings and curios "of the period."
Upcoming Eventsmore events
- Poor Houses and Town Farms: The Hard Row for Paupers on Sunday 29 March 2015
- Music on Norway Pond: Cristian Budu on Sunday 12 April 2015
- Music in Bass Hall: The Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire on Sunday 12 April 2015
NH1 News trucks were in Hancock yesterday chasing down the ice out story on Norway Pond. After the coldest winter on record, with frost penetrating to depths in the ground greater than three feet, the question today is, when will the ice melt out of Norway Pond. July? August? Sometime after next winter? It’s anyone’s bet.
Maple Sugaring Month is going on now in New Hampshire until April 5th. The highlight is the 20th Annual Maple Weekend which will be March 28th and 29th. Sugar houses throughout the state will be open to the public, including the one at Longview Forest Products. Conveniently, Longview Forest Products is two miles from the Inn, maybe three. Longview Forest maple syrup finds its way into about as many things as we…