Adams Suite

One of two junior suites, Adams overlooks historic downtown and the bandstand. With windows facing west and north it is one of the brightest rooms in the Inn with beautiful soft yellows and blues. It features a French cane king size bed, a full size paisley sofa, a wingback chair, an antique Chinoiserie armoire and a vintage desk. This room can also accommodate a rollaway bed and can sleep up to 3 people. Amenities include a gas fireplace, a refrigerator, a double vanity sink and a full private bath with jacuzzi tub. The junior suite is named for John Adams, the second President of the United States and one of the most influential of the Founding Fathers. A signor of the Declaration of Independence, Adams counted on the support of the three signors from New Hampshire:  Josiah Bartlett, Matthew Thornton and General William Whipple, a good friend of General Sullivan, the Father of the man who built the Inn in 1809.