Inn By The Bandstand- Exeter, NH

If it wasn't for Sharon of A New England Life's December post, I would never have known about this Inn. Sharon stopped by the Inn at Christmas time and posted about it. After reading her post, I went online to the Inn's website and discovered they serve afternoon tea.

I decided to drive up to the Inn to check it out. If I liked what I saw, I was going to make a reservation for afternoon tea for my tea group.

The outside of the Inn was attractive and I loved the architectural detail at the entrance.

Aw, look who was at the front desk. Gizmo, the official greeter. He was the sweetest dog. He helps innkeeper Victoria with the guests.

Victoria showed me the living room. She suggested I should book this room for my tea event. I agree, this will work nicely for my group.

I love this fireplace. Tea by the fire would be wonderful in the Winter months.

The interior entrance of the Inn was lovely. Very New England with it's dark colors.

The sitting area was elegant.

Meals are served here. Did I miss breakfast?

The inn was beautiful and Victoria (and Gizmo) couldn't have been nicer. So I booked a date in May for afternoon tea. Tea in the Living Room, I like the sound of it!


It's a beautiful inn, Elaine and I think it's perfect for your tea! Can't wait to see your post!

Julie@beingRUBY said…
Hi Elaine
Well first.. another beautiful banner!!! i should send my friend Kim over to see that one!!! This inn looks wonderful.. stepping back in time... love that old radiogram... wow... if one only had the space and money for it.. perfect!!! I think you will enjoy your tea there for sure....

So... sorry havent been around as often.. been off the blog lately... but just caught up with your last post also... what a wonderful family you have and the party looks like it was a very enjoyable time.... glad you do take too many pics.. cause we get to enjoy them!!! take care and have fun xxx Julie
So gorgeous!!! I wish I could come to your party! ♥
I'm so thrilled for you Elaine! May in Exeter should be quite nice. Make sure to get out and walk around town while your there. The river is a great place to see Herons.

If you can, walk the big field in front of Phillips Exeter Academy. There is the most enormous tree out there! It doesn't look like it from the road, but when you stand next to it, it overwhelming!

If you need any tips, or assistance, I'm sure the inn keepers can help you. Or I can. Exeter isn't too big so it's a great walking town.

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