Things to Do in Southern New Hampshire
Explore Our 80-Acre Farm
Our secluded New Hampshire bed and breakfast farm offers several amenities and activities to enjoy right on the property. Stroll the grounds to discover magical moments, like our hand-built historic stone walls or lovely pond. Or just sit and relax in one of our many seating areas or relax in the privacy of your romantic guest room. You don’t have to go far to have a wonderful vacation in Southeast NH. Check out a few of the on-site amenities that makes our property so special.
Fitness Room & Sauna
Our upper level fitness center and sauna offers a variety of equipment and free weights 24 hours a day. There is a Peloton bike, a Life Fitness and a True treadmill and a rowing machine, as well as a bathroom, shower and relaxing sauna. All guest rooms at our Peterborough, NH inn are equipped with a steam shower that can be set from 110 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit as well.
Koi & Trout Pond
Feed the Koi or trout. Ask us for a bag of fish food and head out back to the pond. Have a seat on the metal bench, take in the natural beauty that surrounds you on our expansive, 80-acre property, and enjoy the show as you toss the fish some food.
Take a walk with one of the innkeepers out to the chicken coop before breakfast to gather eggs for the day at our Southern New Hampshire bed and breakfast.
The outdoor heated swimming pool and lounge area is open seasonally from 7am to 10pm. There is no lifeguard on duty.
Venture Out to Discover the Beauty of the Area
The Monadnock region is known for its art and culture, interesting cuisine, and beautiful hikes. Explore the nearby towns of Jaffrey, Rindge, Nashua, and Keene, and check out favorite destinations of Mount Monadnock, Pack Monadnock, The Harris Center, and MacDowell Colony. Keep scrolling to view a few of our favorite things to do in Southern New Hampshire.
For a four mile run, exit our driveway and take a right. Go through two stop signs and then you will reach a traffic circle near the hospital, which is exactly two miles from here. Turn around and run back to the inn. Click here for map. For a longer run of about 5.6 miles, exit our driveway and take a right. After the first stop sign, take a right on Corley Road and run to the end of the road where there is a pond. Turn around and run back to the inn. Click here for a map.
Exit our driveway and take a right. Walk up the hill and look at the marsh on the right side, Mount Monadnock in the distance on your left side, and Pack Monadnock in the distance on your right side. Pass through the stop sign, and on the left side of the road is Peterborough’s Old Street Road Cemetery, which is the final resting place of most of the town’s Revolutionary War veterans, including William Diamond, the drummer boy of Lexington, who chose to move to Peterborough in 1795 and establish his family here. Turn around and walk back. Click here for map.
If you have crossbars on your car and are looking for more adventurous Monadnock area activities, head over to Eastern Mountain Sports in Peterborough where you can rent kayaks and other necessary equipment. They can also give you suggestions on the best places for a paddle. Click here for directions.
Explore the Pond Trail
To hike or snowshoe the Cranberry Meadow Pond Trail, head out of the inn to the back of the pond, and follow the signs. When you reach the fork near the creek, take a right and walk 1 mile to Cranberry Meadow Pond or 3.6 miles to Pack Monadnock. Or you can take a left at the fork and walk 1.6 miles to downtown Peterborough. Please make sure to carry water, a fly net and sunscreen. Click here for a map.
Hike Mt. Monadnock
Mount Monadnock is one of the most climbed peaks in North America and about a 30 minute drive from the inn. From the Park Headquarters, we have hiked the White Dot Trail to the Summit. It is 2.3 miles each way, but it felt like 5 miles due to the elevation change. There are several other approaches to the summit that are even more challenging. Click here for directions.