Experience Farmlife Firsthand With A Stay At This NH Inn

Have you ever dreamed of returning to a simpler time when families gathered around the table to play board games rather than stare at their iPhones? How about enjoying farm fresh eggs from your own backyard or a ride through the crisp fallen leaves on horseback?

If this sounds like your idea of the perfect weekend, then it’s time to book your reservations at The Inn at East Hill Farm in Troy, NH.


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The sprawling property sits at the base of beautiful Mount Monadnock and features traditional lodging in the main building or your choice of thirteen unique and quaint private cottages!

The inn itself was built in 1834 and offers traditional acommodations as well as modern units built within the past 10 years. A few units even allow dogs!

Roxie playing catch the ball in East Hill Farm. July 23rd, 2017.

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No matter the weather, there are plenty of activities to keep the entire family entertained.

Snowmen in August? Only at East Hill Farm!

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The property features indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as crafts, campfires, games, and plenty of cozy spaces to curl up with a good book.

#summer #pooltime #sixandahalf

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Boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, water skiing, hay rides, sleigh rides, Nordic skiing and ice skating are all within reach depending on the season.

Two peas in a pond⛵

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For a true taste of life on the farm, guests are welcome to try their hand at milking a cow, feeding the livestock, kneading bread, contra dancing, or fishing beneath a hen for eggs.

Callan James: Fan of chickens. Ladies man.

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The farm focuses on rare heritage livestock breeds – a passion of owner, Dave Adams. Adams and his wife, Sally met while working at East HIll Farm in 1962, and plan to turn the family business over to their children.

Polly and her piglets!

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Perhaps the most appealing aspect of visiting a self-sustained farm are the fabulously wholesome and delicious home-cooked meals served family-style for the guests.

And the bread is out of the oven! #easthillfarm

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According to the website, specialties include “homemade breads, cookies, fritters and hearty country breakfasts.” Yum!

Call today to book your traditional farm vacation!



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