Shephard’s Pie for Sunday Supper this weekend! To start, Crostini with Caramelized Pears and Blue Cheese, and, for dessert, Chocolate Mouse. 5:30 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. Reservations are encouraged! $16.50 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity).
Crotchet Mountain ski area, which is about 15 minutes from the Inn, announced yesterday on their Facebook page that their new high speed chairlift passed its load test – 23,000 lbs in all. Nicknamed the “Rocket,” it would seem that … Continue reading
Vacation is over. Back in business today! It was a nice break during which we got some things done around the Inn that we were keen to do. Plus, we got away to other parts of New England, visiting a … Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy has substantially come and gone. The Inn, along with all of Main Street in Hancock, lost power for almost 24 hours. Happily, the Inn’s generator was very much up to the challenge and we spent our first night … Continue reading
Sunday Supper this weekend is pasta Alfredo with Chicken and Broccoli. A classic combination. For starters, Minestrone Soup, and then a citrus Granita and Biscotti for dessert! $15.00 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax & gratuity). 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Reservations … Continue reading
After a day’s delay while we exhumed two very large pieces of granite, carpenter Doug Payne, blacksmith Tony Civitella and landscaper Bobby Fogg constructed the new handicap ramp to the Inn. Handicap ramp is probably a misnomer; it certainly serves … Continue reading
We started to rebuild our handicap ramp entrance to the Inn this week thanks to the go-to team of Inn regulars, Doug Payne, Tony Civitella and Bobby Fogg. Underneath the boards of the old ramp was a serious piece of … Continue reading
Sunday Supper this weekend, October 21st: To start, Fennel, Apple and Cranberry Salad. As an entre. Beef Chili with Chorizo and Tomato. And for dessert…Tequila Cupcakes! Yes, indeed, tequila. Baked. $15.00 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity). 5:30 PM … Continue reading
Always happy to greet guests, Potter took a turn behind the front desk today.
The front porch of the Inn is a great vantage point from which to watch the small town of Hancock, New Hampshire. Today we were treated to Cindy Pirky, riding her horse whilst walking the dogs.