Discover a world of casual elegance at the Three Chimneys Inn. Our luxurious inn combines old world charm with the finest personal service and convenience. A newly restored 1649 Mansion and Carriage house, is situated on Valentine Hill overlooking her formal gardens, the Oyster River, and the Old Mill Falls. One hour north of Boston, 40 minutes from Manchester International Airport and within steps of the University of New Hampshire, the historic 23 room inn offers unique lodging, fine New England cuisine, a cozy old Tavern, outdoor dining, banquet and meeting facilities.
Built in 1649 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Three Chimneys Inn is one of the oldest homes in the State. Having undergone extensive renovations in the early 90’s, it now serves as a quaint hotel offering 23 guest rooms, dining and entertainment. In addition, Three Chimneys Inn hosts many weddings, social events and corporate conferences.
This 1649 Homestead listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in 1998 became Three Chimneys Inn, ffrost Sawyer Tavern which is the oldest house in Durham and one of the oldest buildings in New Hampshire.
Part of the original settlement at Oyster River Falls, this property is a “living” record of over three centuries of cultural and commercial development, having passed through four significant families prior to 1987, when Sagamore Hill, Inc. obtained the property and completed restoration in 1997.
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Located just an hour from Boston, 45 minutes from Manchester/ Boston Regional Airport and minutes from Portsmouth, Three Chimneys Inn is a hidden gem on the seacoast. Delicious food and personable service has earned top billing from The Phantom Gourmet, accolades in Yankee Magazine and features on New Hampshire Chronicle.