We've stayed at many small inns and B&Bs over the years and our stay at Adair has been one of our best. We were looking for a restful 3 day stay after a hectic week of touring and a prep school reunion and Adair fit the bill perfectly. It is nicely situated on an expansive and peaceful wooded lot, yet close to the many outdoors activities of Franconia and Crawford Notches for the actively inclined.
The innkeepers Barry and Kimberley are warm hosts and were genuinely concerned for our comfort throughout our stay. The house has an interesting history, and the sprawling collection of books and pictures throughout the public areas and rooms enhance the provenance.
Barry does a great job with the breakfasts, and the restaurant at the inn is the best in the area and should not be missed.
We spent 3 comfortable nights in the corner room "Cabot", and has a chance to peek into several of the others, all are spacious, comfortable, and furnished with taste and charm.
I cannot imagine returning to New England without booking another stay here.More