Meet the proud new owners of the Inn at Pleasant Lake, Jennifer and Scott Reed. We are excited to join the Inn’s dedicated staff in continuing the special traditions and outstanding service for which they are well known. Executive Chef Brian MacKenzie will continue to delight you with his signature five course prix-fixe menu Wednesday through [...]
Mt Sunapee Resort: Snow & Trail Report
Ragged Mountain Resort: Snow & Trail Report
It was a very busy season for the kitchen at the inn. This winter we will be implementing a new schedule for our prix fixe dinner. Starting October 30th the Inn at Pleasant Lake restaurant will reduce our days open to just Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until May 5, 2015 when we will reopen Wed-Sun [...]
The area seems to awaken once the snow melts and the flowers are blooming. There are so many activities to choose from when you visit or live in our region of New Hampshire. Here is just a sampling:
Our local summer stock theater, The New London Barn Playhouse, has begun performances.
Guests of the inn can enjoy [...]
After a bitterly cold winter we are so happy to have our gardens in bloom and be able to get our local produce that we love so much. Chef MacKenzie sources our local farm, Springledge Farm, for their micro greens, mesclun mix, cucumbers fresh herbs and tomatoes as they come into season. In our own [...]
New London Winter Carnival 2014
January 27th to February 1st, 2014!
The inn will be participating in Friday night’s “Dinner with Jack Frost”. Come on up for the weekend and enjoy some of these great events.
MONDAY, JANUARY 27 & TUESDAY, JANUARY 28
ALL DAY EVENT Snowman Building Contest, along Main Street. Individual & business category. Register at the [...]
Although our business slows during the week in November, there is no lack of things to do around the inn. Just picking up all the fallen leaves and apples is an immense undertaking. We begin doing some deep cleaning and other little maintenace projects to keep the inn in top form. We begin to think [...]
There are 36 miles of biking on the Northern Rail Trail, which has a flat, hard stone dust surface well suited for hybrid bikes. Open views across wetlands, lakes and rivers alternate with corridors of pine and oak, old mill sites and granite cuts blasted by the Northern Railroad. In between, there are stores with [...]
During the busier months, Chef MacKenzie supplements his fish orders with some varieties of fishes from a wonderful Hawaiian fish provider, Honolulu Fish Company. They proudly overnight their carefully selected, sashimi grade fishes to some of the best restaurants throughout the United States and the world.
This past week we’ve served Hapuka Sea Bass and Large [...]
Our daughter has taken two flying trapeze lessons at Fearless Flyers Academy since it opened a few weeks ago. She can’t wait to go back. Ally and Don Dinh brought their business to a large field on her parents’ farm in Salisbury, NH. It is a 25 minute ride from the inn and so much [...]