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My husband and I LOVED our night at the Mulburn - only sorry it could not have been a longer stay. We live only an hour or so away and eagerly look forward to another visit. By accident we met up with friends from Vermont...More
Beautiful, scenic, and romantic. We had such an amazing time and will definitely return for a second visit.
Mary was so kind and was always around to give suggestions and point us in the right direction!
We loved visiting the Mulburn Inn. Mary, the innkeeper, took us on a tour as soon as we arrived and shared many interesting details of the history of the house. We stayed in the Jefferson Room and it was large and comfortable. The breakfast the...More
We have a home in the Whites, so rarely stay in the many lovely inns this area of New Hampshire offers. However, the first weekend in December we'd traveled up to the North Country to close down our house for the winter and decided to...More
My finance and I spent two nights at the Mulburn Inn during winter vacation and highly recommend this location to others. Mary, the inn keeper, could not have been a better host. She was extremely warm, welcoming, and pleasant. When we arrived, Mary showed us...More
I am so sorry it took me so long to respond! I have been on vacation myself :) I do not have T.V.'s in my guest rooms however i do have one on the main floor that you are welcome to use anytime. If you have something... More
I am so sorry it took me so long to respond! I have been on vacation myself :) I do not have T.V.'s in my guest rooms however i do have one on the main floor that you are welcome to use anytime. If you have something special you would like to watch during your stay I will do my best to ensure you have are able to watch your program. Thank you! Mary
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"All the rooms looked well appointed, quaint and cozy. Most were roomy. The smallest one might be the Madison."