Very nice B&B in beautiful area of NH would stay there again!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great B&B close to the lake."
Breakfast was good and everyone staying there seemed to really enjoy themselves. I was very envious of the rooms we saw in the second floor that had wifi, lake views, and comfortable blankets. Our bed was as hard as a rock, the blankets consisted of two firm coverlets, the pillows were hard and on the third floor we didn't have wifi in our rooms. I […] think had we had a more comfortable bed, my review would look like everyone else's. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Perfect Get Away"
09/29/14 erinmone Islamabad, Pakistan
A quaint and restful weekend while attending a wedding in the area. It was a perfect place to enjoy the fall foliage, quiet NH lake, take a hike, borrow a bike for a ride around the lake, a nice canoe ride- where have you stayed that offers such options? A perfect, healthy, delicious, unique breakfast each morning. Grace made the visit even more pleasant with her constant smile and morning greeting. Angel added a spectacular addition to the visit. The only, minor, issue was the noise during one night's stay. The Inn was hosting a family reunion and the guests were extremely noisy and the children were inconsiderate of other guests. Try and find out if children will be staying during your stay or you will have a less than pleasant rest.
"Perfect in every way"
09/24/14 Clare G Waltham, Massachusetts
The location on the side of a lake provided opportunity to sit and relax, enjoying the view or to walk or bike the lake's perimeter or to use one of their many water crafts. The room was well appointed and lovely, the breakfast was outstanding and the staff welcoming and friendly. We'll be back!
09/24/14 Sue P Downingtown, PA
In our 50 years (yes, 50!) of marriage, we've stayed at dozens of B&B's and Inns up and down Eastern and Western United States, Canada, and Europe. We count Follansbee Inn among our favorites - for its hospitality, its food, and its location, and its cozy rooms. We felt welcomed by Grace from the moment of our arrival. We relished breakfast times for Denis' wonderful dishes with their Southern flair, the fresh fruits, the biscuits! We used the Inn's generously offered bikes and rode the lake's 3-mile perimeter, enjoying the scenic views. We visited New London with its restaurants and drove mountain byways for breathtaking views. Sculptor St. Gaudens' studio/National Park is about an hour north and was a highlight. But, we were always glad to get back to the Inn with its tasty treats waiting in the den! This was a gem we were happy to visit for a memorable stay.
09/18/14 85billw New York
Our family of four spent a week here and had a wonderful time. We stayed in the family suite which had two rooms (connected) with separate beds in the children's room. Plenty of complimentary bicycles to ride around the lake, canoes and kayaks available for paddling across the lake (which we enjoyed almost every day, a beautiful & peaceful lake) and great breakfasts, Denis is quite a chef. Other activities nearby include hiking, museums (including a nice farm museum you can ride bikes to only a mile away) and many restaurants to pick from for dinner. A real pleasant and peaceful get-away! We would highly recommend!
"Simple and Peaceful"
09/09/14 Taletimes Succasunna, NJ
This is a very nice country inn, though if you're looking for upscale or fancy, you should keep on driving. This is a very old inn which just des to the charm and history of the area. The owner is nice, the inn very clean, breakfast is a cut above, the setting is peaceful and the chocolate chip cookies are excellent. There are nice bikes to ride, a great walking trail and a hammock or swing right by the lake where you can hang out and relax. There ares everlasting restaurant choices in New London which is less than ten minutes away. This is a nice place to stop off on your way through or to spend a few days to decompress.
09/09/14 Joan M Franklin Lakes, New Jersey
Stayed at the inn for a wedding in the area. Our experience was less then pleasant. Only four rooms were air conditioned . My husband had to use his inhaler because of the mold and mildew in the reception rooms. There was a musty smell throughout . The room had only one outlet and that was in the bathroom. We have travelled extensively and have stayed in inns in Europe that are 200 years old and are in much better condition. This place is in desperate need of updating. I guess if your the only game in town you can get away with anything. Could not recommend this place.
"Pleasent and peaceful by the lake!"
08/23/14 francina l Stanford, California
We enjoyed staying at this Inn for 5 nights. The location is pleasant and peaceful surrounded by forest and a lake. A simple New England white clap board church next door remains you of simple country living. The Inn is chubby-chic, which makes you feel comfortable and homy. The Inn-keeper Danis is a very nice guy, and an excellent chef who together with Grace prepares delicious breakfasts. There is a constant enticing aroma coming from the kitchen. In the lake you can swim, kayak, and row or just bring a book and enjoy the hammock. The loop around the lake, 3 miles, is a pleasing walk. In addition, they provide you bikes to go around, and visit near by towns, like New London. And lastly a few words about beautiful Angel, an agile swimmer dog always waiting to be caressed.
"Great time at Follansbee!"
08/18/14 Frank D Needham, Massachusetts
My kids (14/16) and I had a great, short stay at the Follansbee Inn. Denis and Grace were warm, attentive and professional, and we took full advantage of all the equipment (canoes, kayaks, bikes, etc) that Denis keeps on hand. Definitely would go back. Breakfast was delicious and well above the standard complimentary fare at most hotels.
"A step back in time!"
08/18/14 Becky J Pittsgrove, New Jersey
We loved the Follansbee Inn, and the serenity of the place! The innkeeper (Denis) gave us a warm welcome, and his breakfasts were awesome! We enjoyed our walks to the general store every afternoon for ice cream, and took advantage of the bikes, canoes and kayaks that the Inn provides free of charge for our use. The lake is beautiful, and we kayaked, swam and canoed each day. The Inn was very clean, quiet, and the beds were very comfortable!
08/17/14 BostonStrong3 Boston, Massachusetts
We just got back from a three night stay at the inn. If you're looking for a tranquil place this is it. We were looking for a quick gateway, away from the city life and this place didn't disappoint. We had the Celia room and it was clean with a big bathroom. As many have noted, the breakfasts are delicious. The place is right next to a lake and we made good use of the kayaks and the row boat. We also went biking around the lake, a 3 mile ride. Overall, a wonderful time for a short stay. Will be back.
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