New Hampshire Pewter Creates Heirloom Originals

The history of pewter in New England can be traced to our country’s earliest days. While several reputable pewter manufacturers still exist, only one company still creates pewter hollowware using the old-fashioned hand-casting method and it’s based right here in … Continue reading

New Hampshire’s Mill Fudge Factory: One Sweet Stop

It’s a bit dangerous having The Mill Fudge Factory located so close to the B&B! The local favorite in downtown Bristol, New Hampshire, is a great place to stop, shop, and eat. The Mill Fudge Factory, housed in a charming … Continue reading

Covered Bridges In New Hampshire’s Lake Area

Autumn is a magical time to drive through the New Hampshire countryside and discover our charming covered bridges. Affectionately called “kissing bridges,” these trademark New Hampshire covered bridges not only look lovely, but serve an important purpose—protecting the wooden bridge … Continue reading

NH’s Loon Mountain Hosts White Mountain Oktoberfest

Beer, brats, Oompah music, and a whole lot of fun are on tap at the White Mountain Oktoberfest, October 7-8, 2017. Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire is hosting the weekend event, which is free and for the entire family. … Continue reading

Drink, Dine, Learn At New England Brewfest

Craft beer rules at the 2017 New England Brewfest, June 23-25, 2017. What was once a niche market is now mainstream and growing, as evidenced by this year’s impressive lineup of brewery participants. Make A Newfound B&B your base and … Continue reading

Spring Has Sprung At New Hampshire’s Tarbin Gardens

It is hard to imagine a more restorative place to visit than Tarbin Gardens in West Franklin, New Hampshire. Bursting with lushness, colorful shrubs and flowers, it is Spring personified. Tarbin Gardens has one formal garden, and many others that … Continue reading

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