The Weld Street Inn is a small boutique hotel located in a historic residence circa 1881. The Inn is furnished in salvaged period antiques and tastefully decorated to create a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere. Built in the late 19th century, the Inn sits on 1.25 acres in the historic Dixfield Village. The property boasts bountiful fruit trees, berry bushes, and flower gardens along with an on-site bakery cafe and two retail shops. Your stay will include a fresh baked continental breakfast.
The room features a queen sized bed, an electric fireplace, a beautiful antique dresser, an antique chifforobe, a vanity, a mini fridge, a microwave, a coffee maker, a Bluetooth speaker, and an alarm clock.
This special room is located in the ell next to the second kitchen circa 1881. It has a private entrance and most of the original woodwork and doors with the original copper knobs. It also houses a small eclectic collection of antiques.
No smoking. No pets. Maximum occupancy is two adults. (This room can be rented as part of a suite with the adjacent connecting room).
This is a second floor bedroom with SHARED bathroom access on the first floor. Bathrooms are shared with other guests.