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5 Bedrooms + Library, 5 Baths, (Sleeps 12-14)
Hibbard House Inn – Your All-Season Home in the White Mountains
Closing for Winter - Dec. 1st - Re-opening May 1st.
Hibbard House is at the heart of your North Country stay, only 1 mile from the beginning of the western end of the Kangamangus Highway (Rt 112), New Englands most scenic roadway.
Welcome to historic Bath, New Hampshire, settled in 1765 and the home of three beautiful covered bridges that are still in use everyday. Across the street is the Bath Village Bridge built in 1832, and at 400 feet in length, is the longest covered bridge in New Hampshire. Also across the street, is the Brick Store, the oldest operating general store in America.
Make yourself at home in our large, but cozy, 1822 Federal home adjacent to the Ammonoosuc River.
Hibbard House offers the charm of a bygone era in every room. Whether you’re relaxing by a fire in the den, browsing through our antique books, fireside, in the library, or just enjoying the romantic glow of a warm fire in the privacy of your own room, while snuggled in an antique bed, you will feel the ambiance of 1850's New England.
Hibbard House accommodations include 2 spacious chambers with fireplaces. The Hibbard Room includes a queen size bed, and private bathroom with shower. The Pierce Room (named after fellow visitor Franklin Pierce, who while President, stayed overnight in this room, as a guest of his good friend, and fellow lawyer, Harry Hibbard) offers a doorway to an adjacent bedroom with 3 single beds and a pull away, perfect for the kids. Additionally, there are several other bedrooms, all of which have been furnished with period antiques.
Cross country skiing, hiking, biking, and snowmobiling trails are a short walk away.
Keywords: historical building, 5-bedrooms, covered bridge, 1822, large rooms, fireplaces in bedrooms, haunted house, large jacuzzi
- pets considered
- wheelchair accessible
- Events Allowed