Our New Hampshire bed and breakfast is centered on six acres of lovely gardens, expansive lawns and venerable trees. In the summer, enjoy our decks and multiple seating options in the gardens. In the winter, warm up by the outdoor fire pit or by the indoor inglenook fireplace. Guests enjoy the authentic and charming irregular nature and layout of an 18th-century building. Full of period charm, each of our four gorgeous rooms feature designer fabrics, selected antiques, plump pillows, large comfy beds, in-room entertainment, stylish and contemporary en-suite bathrooms and luxurious products to pamper yourself with.
New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast
About Top of the Ridge Farm
We’ve taken great care to preserve the original features of our New Hampshire accommodations and have reused materials that we removed when adding en-suite baths and private decks. Complementing our guest rooms are living areas with roaring fireplaces or wood stoves, a breakfast room and enclosed porch.
We are dedicated to providing enriching, authentic experiences; traditional comfort; relaxed and elegant surroundings; healthy cuisine with a twist; and genuinely warm and friendly service. We are excited to be your starting point for adventure, exploration, personal discovery, inspiration and wellness in a spectacular, natural and beautiful setting. We are engaged in our community; support our local economy and enterprise; celebrate our local arts and culture; and share the charms and treasures of our destination.
Hospitality and customer service are in our DNA. We strongly believe that one of the keys to life is to follow your passion and call it work. The team at Top of the Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast is always available to help. Come and enjoy a bespoke getaway with us.
Top of the Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast started out as a center chimney Cape in the second half of the 18th century (likely around 1760). The original property comprised at least 100 acres and was sold to Durell Stevens by one of the Libby brothers who lived next door. The structure was converted to a Colonial and Federal style farmhouse in 1810 with the removal of the central chimney (although the original foundation can still be seen in the basement), the addition of breeding stables and a tack room. Unfortunately, the original barn was lost many years ago to a fire. You can find the stones of Durrell Stevens and other members of the family in the private graveyard at the back of the property. We are fortunate to be in a great location and on an unpaved country road with limited traffic. We currently have about 6 acres of gorgeous gardens and wooded areas with the most amazing views of Mt. Washington and the surrounding mountains.
Our New Hampshire inn offers the perfect boutique farm stay and gateway to amazing activities in any season, whether at one of the numerous lakes, the mountains, the ocean or many of the quaint local towns. You are never far away from a wide variety of New Hampshire activities, from hiking, snowmobiling, skiing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, to shopping, antiquing, exploring historic sites, or leaf peeping, just to name a few. You may prefer to relax in the inviting common area next to the fire or outside on our large deck overlooking the fields and the mountains.
Top of the Ridge Farm combines the best of old and new, giving a welcoming, contemporary feel with an attention to detail that only a boutique B&B can offer.