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“Great Breakfast and Hospitality”
My wife and i were visiting friends up in Ashland and wound up staying at the Glynn House. We were greeted by Glenn who gave us a nice welcome and overview of the property, along with fresh baked cookies which are always a plus! Our room was well appointed with a flat screen tv, ipod compatible radio and nice four poster bed. We found the accommodations comfortable. One of the best parts of the visit was waking up to the smell of fresh bacon, which lead me to one of the best parts of our stay, breakfast. Breakfast started with delicious white chocolate and raspberry muffins and I unique and delicious French Toast stuffed with a sweet ricotta filling, fantastic. Overall, a great choice in the area!
Stayed July 2016, traveled as a couple

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It's going to be a lovely weekend to come up to New Hampshire and go for a paddle!
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“Like a piece of Heaven on Earth”
5 of 5 starsReviewed 3 days ago NEW
My husband and I booked the Eisenhower Room about 10 days before July 4th weekend. We normally plan our trips in advance, including what we will do and where will eat, but we decided to let this be a more casual trip. We arrived at the Glynn House Inn on Friday around 3:10 PM. Pam, one of the Innkeepers, greeted us and gave us the tour of the property. We brought our 2 dogs with us (part of why we stayed in the Eisenhower room), and upon entering our room, found dog bowls, towels and treats, in addition to everything else we needed for the weekend! We unpacked, and relaxed, and then found ourselves over at the main part of the inn around 4:30, snacking on some of Pam's divine brownies and chatting with Glenn and Pam. They recommended Six Burner Bistro and promptly called to get us in for a reservation (Talk about easy). The next morning, my husband chatted with Glenn and we were pointed in the direction of a fabulous hike, but that was only after our first breakfast. Pam and Ingrid's breakfasts, coupled with Glenn's attentive demeanor, were one of our favorite parts of our stay. The food is DELICIOUS, more than anyone needs to eat (Glenn says it's holiday, so doesn't count, right?). On Saturday, Glenn recommended the local beach and a fabulous Ashland market that had great sandwiches. That night, Pam recommended we walk to town and grab dinner at the Common Man. On Sunday, we spent the morning at weirs beach and the evening relaxing around the B&B. That relaxation included the Inn's delicious picnic basket and bottle of wine.

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July 2-3 - 4th of July Weekend Craft Fair at Gunstock
Gunstock Mountain Resort, 719 Cherry Valley Rd., Gilford, NH (Rt. 11A) Sat & Sun 10-4
Over 100 Awesome Exhibitors!!! Beautiful crafts including fine jewelry, wearable art, wooden crafts, quilts and quilted home decor, gourmet foods, glass art, floral arrangements, & lots more!!! Outside Under Canopies + Live Music with the Rockin Daddios on Saturday + Outdoor Family Activities - Family Fun for All!! Rain or Shine Under Canopies!!! Don't miss this one!!! Free Adm.
Contact: Joyce Endee (603) 528-4014; email: joyceendee@gmail.com
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“Absolutely Delightful!”
5 of 5 stars
The Inn was wonderful, a little piece of history tucked in a sweet spot. Pam, Glenn and Ingrid were very accommodating, and friendly. We walked in from a rainy ride in on the motorcycle to freshly baked muffins and cookies. It's all you need to stay and getaway and have all the comforts of home! The room was AMAZING. We stayed in the Taft Room overlooking the Garden. Every morning we were awakened to the smell of freshly brewed coffee and tea and located just out our door of the room. What is better than coffee in your room? The weather was spotty for June but we made the best of it on the bike, coming back to the room with a fireplace and cookies!!! We had a wonderful time! Hopefully we will get the opportunity to go again! Would recommend to anyone! Oh my gosh, I almost forgot the breakfast, I'm not a big eater in the morning but my other half loved, loved, loved, the gourmet made to order breakfast and was very satisfied til lunchtime!! Everything was more than awesome!
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Firefighter’s Save 15% Special Offer! http://glynnhouse.com/special-offers/ Firefighter’s playevening small a critical role in protecting our communities. Demands and expectations are high. Resources are rarely adequate. Pay is modest. The Glynn House Inn’s Firefighter’s Save 15% Special Offer is designed to help our firefighters have a terrific vacation during the well deserved breaks they receive each year. It’s our way of thanking these dedicated professionals who respond to emergencies every day of the year. http://glynnhouse.com/firefighters-save-15-special-offer-6/
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“Charming Inn”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 days ago
We spent 3 very pleasant nights at the Glynn House Inn, conveniently located not too far off the Interstate in Ashland. It was quite warm the days we were there so we were thankful that the rooms are air-conditioned (they also have a gas fireplace which we clearly did not use). The rooms are comfortably furnished and the bed was great! Breakfast, which is included, was terrific- fruit, a choice of eggs, stuffed French toast, Belgian Waffle accompanied by a bacon one day, Canadian bacon the next. Of course one could also choose a healthier breakfast item, but heck this was a time to enjoy life. The Inn is within easy driving distance of all sites and attractions in the Lakes Region. The Innkeepers were very friendly and offered lots of advice and recommendations. Overall, a very nice place.
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Special Offer: Senior’s Save 15%! http://glynnhouse.com/special-offers/ Members of the evening smallgreatest generation, and baby boomers 65 years and older, have and continue to make huge contributions to our society. The Glynn House Inn’s Seniors Save 15% Special Offer is designed to help seniors enjoy the well deserved vacation they deserve. It’s also our way of thanking those who have sacrificed so much. http://glynnhouse.com/special-offer-seniors-save-15-8/
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It's going to be a beautiful weekend for fireworks!!! Ashland Independence Day Celebration
Head to L.W. Packard Ball Field for music, food, amusements and fireworks on Saturday, July 2, 2016. The parade is on Monday, July 4, 2016 at 10 a.m.; the theme is 200th Anniversary of 1816, The Year Without a Summer. For more information (this is downloadable PDF please visit http://www.ashlandnh.org/images/TAimgs/files/community/2016/july4th_2016_announcement.pdf
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“Comfortable home base”
5 of 5 stars
We enjoyed the Glynn House as a home base for a weekend of hiking. The location was excellent, the rooms were very clean and comfortable. Glen and Pam were wonderful hosts, pleasant, accommodating and fun to talk with. The daily breakfasts were delicious and evening wine and cheese on the porch was a terrific way to end our day of hiking. We will very likely return.
Stayed May 2016, traveled with family
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“Elegant and comfortable”
5 of 5 stars
We stayed at the Glynn House when we were in NH to attend a wedding. The house is beautiful and elegantly decorated. Our room was very comfortable, and included a full bath, fireplace, and DVD player. The breakfast had menu selections (not family style) and everything we tried was very tasty and well prepared. I especially liked the eggs with goat cheese. We enjoyed wine on the porch and a view of the garden with a cherry tree in full bloom. The hosts are pleasant and engaging, and their two Dalmatians were friendly and well behaved. We will definitely stay again if our travels bring us back to NH.

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Come celebrate the 93rd Anniversary of Motorcycle week in Laconia, the oldest motorcycle rally, the week on June 11th – 19th. For more information, visit http://ow.ly/4ncyp7
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59 Highland St Ashland, NH 03217
59 Highland StreetUSNew HampshireAshland03217
(603) 968-3775glynnhouse.com
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Nestled in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Lakes Region, the historic iInn offers elegant surroundings, delicious food, unrivaled service and genuine hospitality.  The Glynn House Inn is a charming circa 1895 Victorian offering 12 spacious guest rooms and one self-catering apartment. Amenities include WiFi, private baths, luxurious furnishings, fireplaces, air conditioning, DIRECTV, DVD players and iPod Radios. Seven of the rooms also offer double whirlpool baths. A delicious, multi-course gourmet breakfast is served at individual tables in the Inn’s gracious dining room. A full gluten free menu is always available. Guests also enjoy afternoon refreshments plus complimentary wine and cheese each evening. Visitors wishing to bring their four-footed canine friends are welcome to book one of five pet friendly rooms. In room therapeutic massage is available in most guest rooms. 

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Traditional, upscale rooms in a 1896 Victorian house featuring a wraparound porch & afternoon wine.- Google
"He gave us a comprehensive tour and the history of this beautiful inn."
"My wife and I visited our Grandson and attended a Mother's Day brunch..."
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Lara Walleston
4 months ago
My boyfriend surprised me with a night at the Glynn House Inn this past weekend, and it was lovely! The innkeeper, Glenn, opened the door to get us upon arrival with a warm handshake. He gave us a comprehensive tour and the history of this beautiful inn. We had complimentary wine, cheese and crackers with the other guests in the sitting room, which was a nice experience. Glenn even made dinner reservations for us at an amazing place in Plymouth, the Six Burner Bistro - i can't say enough good things about our dinner there! The schnitzel was out of this world. Our room, the Harding Suite, was in the carriage house next to the inn and was clean and comfortable. The fireplace was an excellent touch! The bed was super comfortable and I slept so well in the warm quiet space. Glenn also kindly pointed out ideas for our desire to explore the natural beauty of the area. In the morning, the breakfast was delicious! Thank you for such a memorable, romantic stay!
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Everyone at the Inn is delighted that Lara and her boyfriend had a terrific stay at the Inn. Genuine hospitality and unrivaled service are what we strive to provide. Helping guests secure dinner reservations and organize activities are what we do, and enjoy doing, every day of the year. Visitors who enjoy yummy food continue to rave about dour breakfasts and delight in sampling the dozen plus excellent dining options that are readily accessible. Our complimentary wine and cheese social hour resonated with the reviewer and prompts kudos from many other guests too. It’s a great way to meet other guests, share experiences and relax before dinner. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience with other travelers. The romantic Glynn House Inn - situated in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Lakes Region - offers guests an exceptional experience. A full gluten free breakfast menu is always available. Bring your four-footed canine pal on holiday too, Reserve one of five pet friendly rooms. Venture away from the Inn and enjoy antiquing, art galleries, dog sledding, fine dining, ice fishing, hiking, historic sites, skiing, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, ‘tax free’ shopping and scenic drives along tranquil country roads. In room therapeutic massage is available in most guest rooms. Visit the Glynn House website for additional information about the Inn and local activities.
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Seth Palo
6 months ago
The rooms are very welcoming, quiet and peaceful. The staff is the extremely polite and helpful. The location is great as it is near plenty of shops and places to eat.
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience with other travelers. We're delighted you enjoyed the Inn and found staff to be welcoming and helpful. Our location, as the reviewer states offers easy access to numerous restaurants and shops. We're situated in the heart of New Hampshire's spectacular White Mountains and Lakes Region. Our location is perfect for outdoor recreation enthusiasts as well as those who appreciate beautiful scenery.
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Hugh Cee
a year ago
My wife and I visited our Grandson and attended a Mother's Day brunch; so, we booked a room for 2 nights and planned a relaxed weekend in the area. The first night we had some difficulties with the air conditioning since it wasn't on and the circulating ceiling fan did not work; but, once I figured out how to climb up and turn on the AC it was okay, so we did not get upset or complain. The breakfast was very good. We also had a very nice Mother's Day brunch at the Common Man in Plymouth; and then returned to our rooms to spend a little time with our senior-citizen dog before continuing our plans to go into Laconia and shop for awhile and then go to dinner. HOWEVER, that's when things changed for the worse, and only got much worse. The air conditioning was off and the circuit breaker was obviously pulled so that it could not be turned on. It was 84 degrees then and heating up to about 90 degrees that day. I spoke with Pamela to make sure she knew that we needed the AC and the air circulation because of the heat and paint fumes. She agreed and said the electrician would be back there to fix this in a half hour. Forty five minutes later there still was no AC or electrician and Pamela said it would be 15 minutes. I told her that we decided to check out and go home. She immediately said that they would charge for the lost day we had reserved. I remembered seeing an earlier review where there was a complaint about a whole lot of things that was posted after leaving and how the innkeeper said that had they known they would have adjusted the bill. I informed Pamela that I would expect an adjustment on the second night's stay; she left Ingrid handle it and Ingrid was "very rigid" and said I spoke with Glenn for 45 minutes at breakfast and made no complaint (obviously I made no complaint since things were fine at that time). I sent a follow-up email upon getting home and reviewed the whole situation. Glenn called the next day but we did not connect, so he left a message that he would call back. He never did and they've charged me full charge. Now, this is a nice B&B, a little over priced, but nice. The people running it though will turn pretty nasty when there is anything to complain about; and, I think they did not treat our matter fairly. As I said in the email I sent; I expected to pay, just not full price for the second day. We left because the room was intolerable without AC and we could not do the things in the area we wanted to do because we could not leave our dog there in that situation. I did not see any point in just sitting and knowing that on Mother's Day the expectation of that electrician ever arriving was marginal.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
We're also troubled when guests have an Inn experience, which is less than perfect. Unfortunately, like all other business entities, things very occasionally go wrong. Although we have excellent relationships with a local plumbing and heating company; licensed electricians, and technology experts; it still isn't possible for any of these people to provide immediate response 24 hours per day. When a problem can't be fixed in a timely manner, we always offer the guest a complimentary evening, or evenings, in conjunction with a future stay.
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Christine Pier
2 years ago
My husband and I recently visited NH and stayed one night at the Glynn House Inn. The accommodations were perfect and the owners very friendly and accommodating. We unfortunately had to depart the next morning earlier than the scheduled breakfast. Although we were missing the breakfast, the owner made sure we were well fed before we set out on our way. The Inn is nicely situated, well appointed, and clean (one of my must haves).
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Thanks so much for sharing your brief Inn experience with other travelers. Early continental breakfasts are always available from 7.30 am for those travelers that need to hit the road before the regularly scheduled breakfast hour. we're delighted the reviewer enjoyed her brief stay with us.
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Charles Ramsey
9 months ago
September marked our 4th visit to The Glynn House Inn. My wife and I have been "Inn People" for decades and have a handful of Inns that we frequent. Without a doubt, The Glynn House is our favorite. Glenn, Pam and Ingrid, the Innkeepers, go out of their way to make each visitor's stay a delight. They are attentive to every detail and insure a wonderful Bed & Breakfast experience. (I go on a diet after visiting The Glynn House as Pam does an outstanding job of making breakfasts that are to die for---have you tried her home-baked muffins?????). There is a great selection of rooms and suites and the Guest House is Pet Friendly, a must for us!! We fancy the Apartment (Lincoln Suite) for extended stays as it has a kitchen that is fully equipped and a gas grill on the terrace for summertime cookouts. There are a selection of outstanding restaurants within an easy drive in Meredith and Plymouth. So don't just sit there! Pick up the phone. Call Glenn. Book a room!
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
The reviewer spent almost 20 evenings at the Inn during 2015. Repeat visitors return again and again because their experiences as guests exceeds their expectations. The reviewer has stayed in a couple of our suites, one of our bedrooms plus our self catering apartment. They bring their dog and select one of our popular pet friendly rooms. Food is clearly important to the reviewer, as it is for many of our guests. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience with others.
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Lionel Houde
a year ago
My wife and I had a perfect honeymoon and the Glynn House was the hub of it all, with great conversation, breakfast, and local recommendations. Just a little advice: don't arrive early, and do have a modicum of manners so you can realize the staff's efficient and often humorous interactions are all meant to accommodate. This inn is not a dumping ground for arrogant tourism, so if you enjoy treating innkeepers like undocumented help, do be ready to find yourself on the receiving end of a well deserved verbal Vulcan nerve pinch.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
We're delighted the reviewer and his new bride experienced the perfect honeymoon at the Glynn House. For those with scheduled necessitating an early arrival, please call in advance. Operational requirements often make prohibit us from permitting early check in, but we can always take luggage and provide local information. Late arrivals can be easily accommodated too. Please let us know if you're running late, or know you won't arrive until well past check in. Thanks so much for selecting the Glynn House for your honeymoon.
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Michael Bading
a year ago
My wife and I had the opportunity to spend our 5 year wedding anniversary at the Glynn House Inn. We were greeted promptly and taken to the Adams Suite which already had wonderful accommodations for our elderly dog: a bed, water bowl, and food bowl with treats. This meant a lot to us since she is like our child. We were shown how to use the fireplace and tub, and told about the binder of information which did become useful during our stay. There are not enough nice things to say about the owners as they are VERY knowledgeable of the area and sites to see with great recommendations. Our biggest issues especially due to the cost of stay are: 1. VERY uncomfortable bed. Not the size, just very uncomfortable. 2. Drainage issue with toilet the first night, and had to wait until after 7 am for a plunger! 3. In the binder of useful information, there is a statement about leaving gratuity for the housekeeping staff claiming they are in high school, paying for college or single mothers… which basically a previous review summed it up well… you pay enough to stay there, and what does it matter what type of person the housekeeping people are? Besides we had a dog, and they were told not to come into the room…. So we asked to leave clean towels outside our room, the first time was fine, the next day we asked the same thing and they actually went IN the room to leave towels. Luckily we took the dog for a walk at that time. 4. Could not use fireplace due to regulated temperature in room (which I understand but really wanted to be able to use it, part of the reason we stayed at a B&B and not a local chain) 5. The book states the A/C is set to 72 degrees… it happened to be higher than normal temps during our stay this time of year and the room was a little humid at 78? 6. Couldn’t use the jetted tub past 10:00pm. I get it…. Other people complained in the past of noise so they stopped it but for us, a long day out on the town we really wanted to relax in the tub and then drink wine by the fire of which we couldn’t do. 7. Hor derves. If you offer hor derves …. And that is a selling point of your stay for the cost you expect maybe something with a little more bite than cheese and crackers with a glass of wine. 8. The breakfast time was also an issue with us. A small place, lots of people trying to eat at the same time… but there were options and the food was very fresh and made to order. 9. People who have pets did not clean up after them on the property which made it very aggravating when taking our dog trying not to step in everyone else’s stuff, when there is a trash can right there! Overall our stay was nice… great to get away and have time to ourselves, no computers or phones just us and our pup. Would we stay again should we pass through the area? We would look at other options for sure, but definitely stop in and say hello to Glenn and Pam!
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
We're delighted the reviewer selected the Glynn House for his fifth wedding anniversary. We're also pleased that many aspects of their visit met and exceeded their expectations - food, hospitality, decor and the availability of quality pet friendly rooms. Most if not all of the concerns identified, if the reviewer had simply called. Innkeepers take and respond to guest calls 24 hours per day. For example, the fireplace could have been turned on quite easily by merely adjusting the thermostat. A plunger could have been provide. Air conditioning questions could have been clarified. Housekeeping would have been provided both days, if we'd been advised that the reviewer and his wife were going out. Otherwise, we don't know unless we just happen to spot guests and their pet leaving the property together. Finally, we're pleased the reviewer understands guests are asked not to use double whirlpool tubs late in the evening. With regard to housekeeping gratuities, Americans traditionally reward service staff - waitresses, housekeepers, etc - who do an excellent job. Inn guests generally support this transition and are hard working housekeepers appreciate their generosity. Thanks for sharing your experience with others.
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Micah Yoder
2 years ago
Stayed here this week and had a great time. The houses and the grounds are beautiful, the hosts are friendly and knowledgeable, and the breakfasts are amazing! You have a choice of breakfast and it's all great. (Well, OK, I had the same sandwich each time but my wife tried different things.) Gripes? Some minor ones. - Toilet issues. Stopped flushing the first night. He fixed it the next day, but it happened again. I know, this kind of thing can happen in older houses so as long as it's not a recurring theme I wouldn't worry about it too much. - Asking for tips. A page in the book basically begs you to tip the maid staff, and generously because they're "mostly college students and young mothers." Took me a bit by surprise because I didn't think you were expected to tip at B&B's. Even if you do, though, why would the identities of the maids affect the tip amount? That implies that older men or women, if doing the same job, would somehow deserve less. I personally believe that service should be included in the price, and they certainly charge enough to pay them well. This isn't a cheap place. So that and implying that some people deserve more than others and it left a bit of a negative taste in my mouth. - Breakfast times. This is the only issue for which I'm deducting a star, from 5 to 4. Breakfast is served from 8:30 to 9:30. In my opinion that is bad for two reasons: 1) If you wake up at 5AM like I often do, having to wait around 3 1/2 hours to get something in your stomach kind of sucks. 2) Many of the area attractions close at 5PM, so having to wait until 9:15AM to get out of the house, especially when your destination is an hour away, takes a big bite out of your day. In my opinion they need to accommodate breakfast from 7-9AM. Bottom line: If you enjoy staying in old houses and the whole B&B experience, you will love this place for sure. Would I stay here again? I certainly wouldn't be opposed to it, but I'm not sure. There are some much less expensive places that are much closer to the White Mountain destinations. But I'm sure they have less charm, so it depends on what you want. Also Ashland (where this is) is closer to the Lakes District destinations. Also about the anonymous guy who left a 1 star review because they wouldn't refund his money - what a doofus! I'm sure his situation sucked, but the refund policy is VERY clearly stated on the site. He should be ashamed for leaving such a worthless review.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience with other travelers. Like many previous guests, the reviewer appreciated the breakfasts, innkeeper hospitality, location and service experience. The concern about gratuities is curious. Americans virtually universally appreciate that gratuities for people in service jobs - waitresses, housekeepers, concierges, etc - receive gratuities when they do a good job. In Europe, gratuities are included in the prices. At the Glynn House, we prefer to adhere to the American tradition. With regard to breakfast hours, we're always happy to provide a continental breakfast from 7.30 AM and do so.