Rabbit Hill Inn
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... a famous old hotel where a major international conference was held in 1944 which set up the International Monetary Fund and put in place the financial architecture for the postwar world. Anyway, we enjoyed exploring this lovely property and stopped off for a few 'winter cocktails' and deserts in their bar.
... having his lunch. Apparently John was the president of the Laconia Main Street Initiative, a big deal in New Hampshire. We laughed when John said that Drew was the vice president. Gabe jokingly asked where the sheriff was...and Drew pipes up...'oh Andy? He was in earlier!' We all cracked up!! Even the other cusomer laughed and nodded! Alll wondered what we were doing in Laconia of all places! We told them about our road trip to catch fall ( which we ...
Up until this point in our travels we have been traveling North or East in an orderly and seemingly efficient manner. We had the freedom to choose we wanted to rest our heads, so long as it was in the right direction. As you will see from this point on, our travels are directed not by common sense, but a sense of how to lodge in an economically efficient manner and how to weave in visits with friends and family along the way. The first of ...
Ok so if you have never heard of this place google Rainbow Sweets Bakery and Cafe. We had never heard of this place and were all hungry, and had passed St. Johnsbury and were on Rte. 2 and saw this small place on a corner. We puled in and thought-ok I bet we can get a couple of sandwiches and water. We came in and were enveloped in a new world, with new norms and wonderful smells, and a guide. The owner baker engages you right away, come to ...
... gazillion road signs taunting and teasing me, warning of Moose crossing, even saw a ridiculous sign that said Moose 3000 feet, and reader boards that said "watch for moose, hundreds of accidents per year"....really?? We even thought we would up our chances by staying in a campground called Moose River....nothing, nada, zip! No Moose sightings..sad face!! Several covered bridges though...happy face!!
On the plus side, we went to a ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Rabbit Hill Inn Lower Waterford
My wife and I found this inn in the Zagat 2005 US Guide and were
My husband and I stayed here one night while passing through Vermont. If you love chintz and bows and lace and folky country bric-a-brac, you'll love the Rabbit Hill Inn. I enjoy heritage architecture without all the furbelows, myself. However, the collection of bunnies in every room, in every medium, size and shape, did win me over eventually despite myself.
My fiance and I stayed at the Rabbit Hill Inn on 4/29/05 and 5/2/05. This beautiful country inn is MAGICAL. It is easy to find off either I-91 or I-93 (about 5 miles off interstate.) This is a five star establishment all the way! After reading many reviews we had high expectations. RHI did not disappoint and we were even more impressed than we expected! Every detail and special touch is thought of to make your stay wonderful. We stopped on our way to and from Canada. Our first night stay was in "Reflections." Very charming and comfortable. We had a delicious dinner in the dining room. Service is impeccable and everyone sincerely wants to make you feel special. Our second stay was in "The Loft." This is a very special room with jacuzzi and fireplace found through a secret staircase. The room is huge!! Overall this is the cleanest hotel/inn/home we have ever visited. Brian and Leslie, the innkeepers are accessible but not intrusive. Unsurpassed quality and attention to detail will delight even the most discriminating traveler. We can't wait to return for more special memories at the Rabbit Hill Inn.
Cannot wait to return.....
My husband and I have stayed here twice already...the first time in the Canopy Room and the second time in the Loft. Pure heaven. Total Peace. Amazing Romance. Brian and Leslie make you feel like family and we cannot wait to return. Such a treat!!!!!
Quintessential Vermont Inn (The way it should be)
My wife and I enjoyed our stays at the Rabbit Hill Inn immensely. From the romantic trappings of "Molly's Promise" to the elegant 5 course dinner served to perfection our time spent with Brian and Leslie was wonderful. One of my favorite memories was a moonlit walk down Lower Waterford's "mainstreet". It was late February and the ground was snow covered. It was whisper quiet as my wife and I walked hand in hand through snow gently falling.
The inn is as comfortable as it is romantic. The common areas are fun to spend time in and you feel at ease in them. I highly recommend the Rabbit Hill Inn. You won't be disappointed.
A Great Place to Stay
My husband and I have stayed a RHI three times. Our first time was in 1994 and been back twice since then. The place is so romance with all the music and candlelight. What we really enjoy is that there is no TV or phone in the room, it can just be the two of you. Leslie and Brian makes so feel so comfortable being there. There is so many things I can say about RHI. You have to experience yourself to find out what all of us are saying about RHI. There is no place like it. So visit it and find out!!!!!!!
My husband and I stayed at this wonderful inn last June after enjoying a New England cruise. This was our first experience staying at a B&B and we are forever spoiled. We booked the Samuel Hodby suite and were touched by the personal note left by Leslie and the bold, vibrant, colors of the room. The fireplace was a favorite with my husband and I enjoyed the huge whirlpool tub.
Tranquility, Romance and Pampering at its best
My husband and I have stayed at Rabbit Hill twice over a few years, and each time Brian and Leslie have provided the most personalized, and attentive service and atmosphere that resulted in the perfect romantic relaxing get away. The food is amazing, and all the staff at RHI are great. Leslie and Brian truly invite you into their home and take your worries away! A must stay!!
Ultimate in romance
My husand and I have stayed at many inns in New England but this one is still our favorite. The location of this inn will bring you back to the pleasant past where life was simple, beautiful and quiet. We had a large suite with two huge rooms and a big screened -in porch overlooking the mountains. The room was elegant, cozy and romantic. After having a scrumptuous meal we came back to our room and found the fireplace going, soft music playing, our bed turned down and best of all - someone had lit candles on our porch. There was alot of attention to detail and the service was fabulous. My husband and I can't wait to go back.