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Bike & Hike the Northern Rail Trail

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

The Northern Rail trail is comprised of two trails that connected to complete over 50 miles of packed ledge surface that run from Boscawen to Lebanon New Hampshire.  There are not many spots where you must travel across a car road making it an ideal and safe spot to bike and walk or run.  The inn has [...]

Mount Sunapee Resort: it’s not just for winter!

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Mount Sunapee will be opening it’s new Adventure Park at the end of June and run through August and weekend through mid-October.  There will  a canopy zip line tour down South Peak for ages 10+ (late June) and  a Treetop Obstacle Course for ages 5+ (scheduled to open July 21).  There will be Off-Road Segway [...]

Spring at The Inn at Pleasant Lake

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

It’s looking like another wonderful season is upon us.  Our new outdoor patio is such a bonus to the inn and we couldn’t be happier that we added that last year.  If you haven’t been by to see it, please stop in.  Most of the plants survived the odd “drought” winter we experienced here in [...]

Winter Fun, New London & Sunapee, New Hampshire

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Mount Sunapee Resort, December 26, 2011Winter is a great time to stay at the Inn at Pleasant Lake.  We offer specials all winter long for stays of two nights or more and a midweek dine and stay package.  What better way to get through winter than with one of Chef MacKenzie’s wonderful meals awaiting you [...]

The inn gets a new outdoor patio

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Since mid-May we have been working double shifts to complete an outdoor patio project.  The new patio comes off the side of the inn and has views to Pleasant Lake and the pond.  We’ve ordered some beautiful outdoor furniture from Porch and Patio in Orange, CT where Linda’s brother works.  To control costs Brian worked [...]

Why choose an inn or bed and breakfast?

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Ten Reasons to Choose a B&B
Tied of the same old stark hotel or motel room? Why not choosea B&B?  The biggest reason to leave your old hotel behind is… Cha Ching – the added value.  Today’s B&Bs are simply a better way to stay for travelers seeking more for their travel dollars.  Take a peek at the top ten reasons [...]

Chef MacKenzie mentioned in The National Culinary Review

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Jody Shee has written a lovely article about different potato soup recipes from various restaurants around the country and has included us in her pursuit of a delicious bowl of soup.  Our Potage Lyonnaise is a favorite in the restaurant and it is fun and rewarding to be recognized.  Enjoy.
Haute Potato Soup by Jody Shee [...]

Our old 1789 barn gets a new foundation

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

Starting at some point in September we will have a company here to lift our antique barn and pour a finished basement.  We are really excited for this which might seem a bit odd, but we have always been short on storage space and the thought of a clean and open area is wonderful.  We [...]

Upcoming Events in the New London, NH area in September & October

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

August 28 & 29, Muster Field Farm Days, Muster Field Farm, North Sutton, NH
August 24-29 & August 31-September 5, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, New London Barn Playhouse, New London, NH
September 2-6, Hopkinton State Fair, Hopkinton, NH
September 4, SRKG Fall Walkabout, SRKG, 4.2 miles, level: easy.
September 12, New Hampshire Antiquarian Book Fair, Concord, NH
September 26, [...]

Inn at Pleasant Lake Welcomes International Travelers

Monday, August 9th, 2010

In April of 2009 and 2010, Linda and Brian attended the Discover New England International Tourism Summit to begin selling the inn to international travelers via tour receptives here in the US and Tour Operators overseas.  We met with German, English, French, Italian, Dutch and Chinese tour operators to discuss selling our country inn rooms to [...]