Boston Globe correspondent, Chistinia Tree visited us in February and wrote about the Mt. Sunapee area and Maple Hill Farm. Here’s the excerpt in the Boston Globe travel section 2/14/99.
“Sitting around the breakfast table at another local gem – Maple Hill Farm – our group discussed why, after circling Northern New England for roughly 20 years, we had come to rest in the Sunapee area. The consensus was convenience, a combination of great downhill and cross-country skiing, of Currier and Ives scenery, good shopping and dining, and, perhaps most important, given the range of resources in a church group, amazing lodging values.
A “summer boardinghouse” since the 1880s, Maple Hill Farm, for instance, offers far more comfortable common space than most inns, guestrooms that are simply but tastefully furnished with comfortable beds and antiques and bathrooms that are basic but equipped with big shower heads gushing endless hot water. In short, while far from Laura Ashley land, all the creature comforts are here, excellent food and an outdoor hot tub included”
Thank you Chris Tree for your article.
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