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22 Hemp Hill Road, Bristol, NH 03222, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Heidi Milbrand

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Circa 1832. Gracing the heart of the state's Lakes Region on a scenic rural road, this bed and breakfast was built as a farmhouse prior to 1832 for a local blacksmith with land extending to the shores of Newfound...


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Laconia Bike week 2013

Very comfortable place to stay. Heidi makes you feel at home and very comfortable. The Inn is clean and the food is great. This qas our foirst time at a bed and breakfast. The service was actually better than I had expected.
Sherry Rosekrans

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A restful & quiet stay

My husband and I were visiting family at Newfound Lake and stayed here for a night - wish we could have stayed longer! The inn is charming and is on a huge property, very quiet and peaceful, with nice landscaping. We were thrilled to find it has a hot tub and small pool as well. Delicious breakfast, including blueberries from Heidi's garden. Highly recommended.
Jill Berner
Reno, NV

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InnSide Tip - A tip for lobster fans
Be sure to try the lobster rolls at The Big Catch restaurant on Newfound Lake -- they are the best!
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Great experience

My husband and I were so pleased by the setting and hospitality at Pleasant View! The feeling was like staying at the home of a fantastic cook who just wants you to chill and enjoy your day. Somehow they have created a place where the decor reminds you of old-fashioned Americana but is also fresh and clean, comfy, and light. Waking up to great coffee, muffins and scones, home-made granola and yogurt, and that's just the pre-breakfast! As for the main courses - whipped up by Heidi - I didn't want to leave!
Scarlet R
Somerville, MA

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Honoring Veterans

My wife and I took advantage of Veterans Day event held at Pleasant View. We arrived later in the evening since we had to travel from the CT coast some 3 hours south. Upon our arrival we found our key and a note welcoming us. When we entered the B&B the warmth and pleasant atmosphere made us feel most welcome and at home. We stashed our bags in the room and explored the comforts of the B&B. The history that is preserved in the inn is second to none and it was hard not to fall in love with the inn. Waking up the next morning we were treated to a wonderful breakfast and stories from other veterans and about the history of the inn. The Innkeeper was extremely accommodating and we had a great time getting to know her and her husband. We left wishing we had more time to explore and spend at this quality B&B. We can't wait to return in the future. Thank you Heidi and John for participating in the Veteran's day event...As another review says, and I'll second..."this B&B is truly a diamond in the ruff."
Matthew Kolodica
New London, CT

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Visiting Day Surprise

Traveling to visit my daughter at a nearby camp, I stumbled upon a diamond in the rough. Tucked off of Hemp Hill Road, Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast is just a few minutes from the beautiful scenery surrounding Newfound Lake and my destination camp. Upon my arrival I was greeted by the gracious innkeeper, Heidi Milbrand and her playful Labrador, Porter. The local restaurants are filled with nice people and the homemade breakfast waiting for you in the morning is outstanding.
Samuel Yaffa
7/30/2010

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Wedding Anniversary Get Away

My husband & I love the Newfound Lake area of New Hamshire & had driven by this charming B & B many times. It was our good fortune to stay here a few years ago to extend a summer vacation. We fell in love with this charming place. When it came time to celebrate our Wedding Anniversary we stayed at the Inn... and have done so for the past 3 years! The ambiance is cozy & friendly. Heidi is a gracious hostess & WONDERFUL cook. Her eye for decorating is unsurpassed!! This is our GetAway destination. . . no matter what time of the year!!
Paula & Walter Jacobs
Quincy, MA
1/1/2010

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Going Back In Time

My wife and I, along with my sister and her husband, stayed here in June. My sister and I stayed here as kids each summer for two weeks at least eleven years in a row during the late forties and early fifties when Pleasant View B & B was a boarding house named Pleasant View Farm. The same people would come back time after time, so there was quite a bond. On this trip we were able to meet up with the son of the original owners who is now 74 and he immediately remembered us, our parents, and grandparents. Quite a reunion. Heidi asked us to bring old picture and she copied them to add to her research of the inn's history. The B&B had some nice improvements while still retaining most of the feel of the past. The rooms have all been re-done and are nicely decorated and furnished (and clean). Heidi has a great personality and is a wonderful host. The breakfasts were extensive and excellent. She was eager to get as much information about the history of Pleasant View and was very willing to fill us in on what she knew. We had a wonderful time and we will certainly go back.
Robert Brown
Ipswich, MA
7/2/2009

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Quiet and Secluded

The bed and breakfast was a wonderful, quiet, friendly and relaxing place to be, away from the hustle and bustle of traffic. The beautiful quilts, downy comforters and pillows made it hard to get up in the morning. Our hostess was very accommodating, eager to answer questions, and her breakfasts were sumptuous!
Judy Myse
Hortonville, WI
6/30/2009

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