It is a 2.5 mile walk to the center of town. There is a scenic trail for walking/biking that can be accessed across the street from the Bed & Breakfast.

Molly The Trolley provides transportation to designated points  around Wolfeboro. The antiques barn is a regular trolley stop.

Check in is at 3:00 pm, check out is by 11:00 am. Arrangements can be made to accommodate other schedules.

Yes, window air conditioners are installed in the guest rooms during the summer.

Yes, each guest room has an attached private bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and separate shower.

Yes, you can reserve a rollaway bed at $45.00  per night when you make your reservation.

No, the owners live in the attached 1767 house and do not share living space with the B & B.

The public access to Lake Wentworth is a short walk and is free for guests.

Guest can take our kayaks and life jackets down to the water free of charge.

The original house and dairy barn were built by early English settlers of Wolfeboro about 1767.

The 1767 barn’s design is an English barn and originally had doors on the long side of the barn.

The original house was expanded in 1810.

The property operated as a dairy farm until purchased by Allen Albee in early 1940 and became the main house for the famous 400 acre Allen A Resort.

Each morning a home cooked breakfast is served to each guest in the dining room.

Complimentary coffee, tea, cold beverages and light snacks are available for self service in the dining annex.

Yes, each guest room has a flat panel TV with cable access and free Wi-Fi.

Yes, each guest room has a high wattage hair dryer, steam iron and ironing board.

Yes, we have a secure area where guests can arrange to leave their luggage.

Pets are not allowed.  Service and guide dogs are always welcome to accompany their owners.