The Hancock Inn is New Hampshire’s oldest inn. It has been offering fine food and lodging since 1789, the year George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States.
The inn has 14 well-appointed rooms, each with private bath, digital television with built-in DVD. Its common spaces upstairs and down invite our guests to relax in front of the fireplace, carry on conversation over a glass of wine or curl up in a wing chair with a book. Help yourself, as well, to a DVD from our extensive library of foreign and domestic films, complete with popcorn if you like. Step outside in any direction and step into the Mondanock region countryside. Every building on Main Street in Hancock is listed with the National Register of Historic Places, and from either end of town it’s a short walk to country dirt roads that lead you into the woods, past ponds and streams. Or, visit the Harris Center for Nature Conservancy and experience their acres of trails and protected landscape winter, spring, summer or fall. Bring your canoe or kayak, your snow shoes, skis, fishing rods, bicycles – just a pair of sneakers or boots will do, and you’re on your way.
The Hancock Inn is a country inn combining history, luxury and impeccable attention to detail without the fuss. Come and relax.
Restaurant Week Special
Come stay with us for one night during Restaurant Week in New Hampshire (March 24th-31st) and enjoy your special three-course Restaurant Week menu FREE (excluding beverage tax and gratuity).
Be sure to mention Restaurant Week NH to receive your special
Restaurant and Tavern
Central air conditioning
Complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast
American made, William Roam luxury toiletries
Gas and electric fireplaces in most rooms
600-count cotton linens
Keurig coffee stations on each floor