The Exeter Suite has been lovingly restored to highlight its historical features. One of two, two bedroom suites, the impressive walk-in original brick fireplace and its intact beehive oven feature prominently in the Suite. Beautifully furnished with a queen size four poster bed, antique furnishing including a 1792 Chippendale desk, a queen sofa with whimsical fabric (the sofa turns into a bed), and paintings and prints depicting Exeter and colonial life, this Suite is one of our most popular for families and long term stays. The adjoining bedroom with two twin beds are the original quarters for the help that lead to the no-longer existing barn. The Suite can comfortably sleep six people. The suite is also handicapped accessible by using the Inn’s back entryway. Named for our historic town, Exeter was founded in 1638 by the Reverend Wheelwright, who was exiled by the Puritans from Boston. Home to the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy founded in 1781, it is considered one of the loveliest twenty four towns to visit in New England.