Maria Atwood Inn      
71 Hill Road Rt 3A, Franklin, NH 03235, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Fred Hoffmeister, Sandi Hoffmeister

Description

Circa 1820. Candles in the windows welcome guests to this handsome two-and-a-half story brick Federal home, which was built by Joseph Burleigh. Well-landscaped grounds with tall trees and green lawns frame the ho...


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Love it!

Wouldn't stay anywhere else.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Best B&B Ever!!!!

Maria Atwood is the best inn I've ever had the pleasure of staying at. The inn keepers, Sandy and Fred, are wonderful people who really care about their customers. The rooms are lovely. The food wonderful. My stay at MA Inn was AWESOME! I will return to the Atwood for sure!
Pam
6/16/2008

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Enchanting

I absolutely loved my stay at the Maria Atwood. I was traveling with a friend and we had chosen several B&B's, with the Maria Atwood the most pleasing surprise. Beside the warm and inviting atmosphere we found the Hosts to be the best of our trip. Pricing was what helped us select this Inn.. hospitality is what makes us come back! We just booked this coming Sept-Oct and have been looking forward to staying with Fred and Sandi for the past year!
Louise K.
7/20/2007

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