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.
The Hancock Inn will be closed for two weeks beginning October 29th. It will reopen for the night on Monday, November 12th and for dinner, Tuesday November 13th.
Sunday Supper this weekend will be Roast Chicken with Roasted Potatos, plus vegetables. For starters, Stuffed Mushrooms and for dessert, Pumpkin Pie. It’s beginning to look a lot like Thanksgiving! $15.00 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity) 5:30 p.m. … Continue reading
Went outside this morning to pick some tomatoes for breakfast and caught the early morning sun hitting the hills behind the Inn. I don’t know how we lived without a camera in our pocket all the time, thanks to the … Continue reading
It’s a few short steps out the front door of the Inn down to Depot Road, which winds past a few houses and into the woods.
Sunday Supper tomorrow, the last day of the month will be Pork Paillard (pounded, breaded and fried pork loin) along with rice and beans. For starters, fish cakes with aioli sauce, and for dessert, Sopapilla. $15.00 prix fixe 5:30 PM – 7:00 … Continue reading
Norway Pond is the centerpiece of Hancock. It marks the seasons – swimming in the summer time, skating in the winter, color in the fall. Those colors are just starting to creep in around the pond. Autumn in New England … Continue reading