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ABENAKI COTTAGE $329.00 per night
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The Abenaki ‘cottage’ has been fully refurbished in 2016 to capture the essence of the room. Located on the third floor, it faces west with incredible sunsets and sweeping views of the historic downtown and the bandstand in front of the Inn. With its vaulted ceiling, original hand hewn oak beam rafters, and wide plank wooden floors, reflecting the origins of the 1809 home, the ‘cottage’ now boasts distressed barn board walls, custom designed cabinets with a lovely granite counter and copper sink. The queen size bed with custom made bedspread reminding one of an American Indian tapestry, is strategically placed and blends into the distressed barn boards. Of note is the original fireplace juxtaposed by very modern bedside lighting and dimmer spots highlighting the beams and wonderful statues in the ‘cottage’. With its private bath with custom cabinets and a continuation of the American Indian theme, the ‘cottage’ is the perfect for long term stays.
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ADAMS SUITE $329.00 per night
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A large, bright, welcoming guest room decorated in beautiful golden yellows that overlooks the bandstand and downtown Exeter. It features a cozy queen-size tester bed, comfortable chairs, an antique armoire and vintage deco dresser. This room also has a sofa-bed and can sleep up to 4 people. Amenities include refrigerator and a full private bath with jacuzzi tub and cozy fireplace.
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EXETER SUITE $349.00 per night
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The Exeter Suite has been lovingly restored to highlight its historical features. One of two, two bedroom suites, the impressive walk-in original brick fireplace and its intact beehive oven feature prominently in the Suite. Beautifully furnished with a queen size four poster bed, antique furnishing including a 1792 Chippendale desk, a queen sofa with whimsical fabric (the sofa turns into a bed), and paintings and prints depicting Exeter and colonial life, this Suite is one of our most popular for families and long term stays. The adjoining bedroom with two twin beds are the original quarters for the help that lead to the no-longer existing barn. The Suite can comfortably sleep six people. One of two handicapped bedrooms, it is easily accessible by using the Inn’s back entryway. Named for our historic town, Exeter was founded in 1638 by the Reverend Wheelwright, who was exiled by the Puritans from Boston. Home to the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy founded in 1781, it is considered one of the loveliest twenty four towns to visit in New England.
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SQUAMSCOTT COTTAGE $329.00 per night
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Escape into an English cottage in this third floor Garrett room. Surrounding you are the original wide plank floors and hand sawn oak beam rafters. Snuggle in the queen-size bed or sit and read your favorite book in one of the comfortable wingback chairs. Enjoy the beautiful views of downtown Exeter and the Bandstand. The room features a private full bath and wet bar with refrigerator. This room can accommodate up to three.
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TUCK ROOM $269.10 per night
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The Tuck Room is elegantly restored in colors of honey and mustard with its hunting scene fabric canopy and drawn curtains. Its original floors and Federal-style fireplace are enhanced by floral and landscape 1800s oil paintings, an antique headboard, a writing desk and a sumptuous wing chair. The room is perfect for a big family: it can be turned into a two bedroom, two bathroom suite with the adjoining Phillips Junior Suite. Named for Amos Tuck, best known for being thrown out of the Democratic Party in 1844 due to the Party’s pro-slavery leaders, and, in 1853, forming the Republican Party at the Blake Hotel in Exeter. A close friend of Abraham Lincoln, he is often credited for getting Lincoln elected President.
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WENTWORTH ROOM $269.10 per night
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The Wentworth Room has been fully refurbished in elegant colors of rich blues enhanced by prints and old painted boards of exotic birds. With its handsome Chinese desk in dark reds and gold, the off-white bed and tapestry window valances, you will find a very comfortable and elegant space. This room is perfect for a big family: it can be turned into a two bedroom, two bathroom suite with the adjoining Adams Junior Suite. Named for Sir John Wentworth, born in Portsmouth and a classmates of John Adams at Harvard, he was the last colonial governor of New Hampshire.
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WHEELWRIGHT SUITE $349.00 per night
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The Wheelwright Suite, recently renovated in peach tones, dover white trim, and dark slate blue floors showcases how Esquire Sullivan would have lived in the early 1800s. With the imposing king size four poster bed, the original Federal style fireplace, a palace style Persian rug and blue silk window treatments, this suite is perfect for a family of four, with its adjacent room with two twin beds and full bathroom. With period lighting, including two Wedgewood side table lamps, with an antique dark green onyx coffee table, this suite is also complimented by a small study with a burl wood antique desk which is juxtaposed with a beautiful modern bar with refrigerator inside.
Named for John Wheelwright, a Puritan clergyman in England and America, he is best known for having been banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony during the Antinomian Controversy, and for subsequently establishing the town of Exeter, New Hampshire. Raised in a well to do family, he attended Sussex College where he was a close friend of Oliver Cromwell. He left for Boston in 1636, and although warmly welcomed he soon fell out of favor and was banished from the colony. Wheelwright went north with a group of followers during the harsh winter of 1637–1638, and in April 1638 established the town of Exeter in what would become the Province of New Hampshire. He returned to England in 1655 but after Cromwell’s death, he once again returned to New England and became a minister in Salisbury, Massachusetts, where he died.
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PHILLIPS SUITE $329.00 per night
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On the second floor at the front of the house overlooking the bandstand, the Phillips suite is the ultimate in elegance decorated in cool greens and off white satins. For the romantic get-away, this “honeymoon suite” features a king size four poster mahogany rice bed and marble tiled bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, working fireplace, and comfortable seating area featuring a large sofa bed. Amenities include a refrigerator and a table where guests may request a private breakfast to be served in their suite for a nominal charge. Enjoy beautiful views of downtown. The suite accommodates up to four.
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