Greeting guests for more than 100 years, The Monadnock Inn is located in the heart of the Monadnock Region in the lovely historic village of Jaffrey Center – at the foot of Mt. Monadnock –“ the second most climbed mountain in the world”.
Set on one and a half acres of land, The Inn's lovely grounds provide room for wandering, a lively celebration, or a simple game of catch. The village features a meeting House, museum, common and several parks with glorious vistas of Mt. Monadnock.
The Inn was originally built as a residence in the 1830's. The owners began taking in summer visitors in the 1870's - as did many of the larger homes - when the Monadnock region became a wildly popular tourist destination. Many of these homes underwent serious renovations; adding rooms to accommodate the surging tide of city dwellers hungry for fresh air, and frequently changing their architectural schemes to remain competitive with the whims of style. . This photo was taken in the 1910's, when these maples were just a shadow of their present selves!
Randy & Cheryl Beers welcome you to the inn. They have entrusted the inn to Max Mitchell, and look forward to meeting you.
GPS Coordinates: Lat.42.826805, Lon.-72.051537
From Boston and points EAST
Route 2 West to exit 24B to Route 140 North. Follow 9.5 miles to the end of 140. At traffic light, continue straight onto Rt 12 North. 9/10th mile up, take first right onto Glen Allen Street-To route 202. Follow into New Hampshire to Jaffrey. At Route 124, take a left, follow for 1.6 miles, The Inn is on the left.
From NY & CT and points SOUTH and WEST
I-91 North (in Massachusetts) to Exit 28a, Route 10 (Northfield and Bernardston). Follow signs to NH, to Winchester. Take right onto Route 119 East. Follow through Fitzwilliam and Rindge. Take a left onto Route 202 North and follow to Jaffrey. At Route 124, take a left, follow for 1.6 miles. The Inn is on the left.
From Manchester, NH and points NORTH
Route 101 West into Peterborough, NH. Take left onto Route 202 South into Jaffrey. At first light, take a right. At second light, proceed straight on Route 124 West for 1.6 miles. The Inn is on the left.