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Dazzling Labor Day Weekend Summer Finale! http://glynnhouse.com/seasonal-packages/ Experience the Glynn House Evening-cDazzling Labor Day Weekend Summer Finale you deserve in New Hampshire’s spectacular White Mountains and Lakes Region. Weather is routinely too good to be true. Scenery is dazzling. The ideal weekend to experience all the wonderful summer recreation options New Hampshire visitors love.http://glynnhouse.com/dazzling-labor-day-weekend-summer-finale-2/
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Coconut Ricotta Pancakes with Carmelized Banana Crème Fraiche Butter
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Coconut and Ricotta are a lovely flavor combination.
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The 38th annual Loon Festival is this Saturday!
For more than 37 years the Loon Preservation Committee has worked to preserve the common loon and its habitat in New Hampshire through research, education and management activities.

Come learn about these marvelous and mysterious birds and how you can help protect them. http://www.wmur.com/escape-outside/loon-festival-is-saturday/34132180
The 38th annual Loon Festival is this Saturday.
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Pumpkin Breakfast Cookies
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A great snack for a hike, fruit and carbs to keep you going!
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Tourte Milanese – A Meal en Croute
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This recipe freezes very well, make it ahead and bring it for lunch!
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Photography Adventure Tours on Mount Washington http://www.nhmagazine.com/Photography-Adventure-Tours-on-Mount-Washington/  Looking for something to do on a beautiful day while visiting the Glynn House?
Led by renowned photographer Ernie Mills, you’ll capture the gorgeous scenery on the slopes and summit of the Northeast’s highest peak.
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Incubus http://glynnhouse.com/events/ became one of the most popular alt-metal bands of the new Glynn House Evening-cmillennium, setting themselves apart from a crowded field with a tireless touring ethic and a broad musical palette. Incubus’ first major-label release was the six-song EP ‘Enjoy Incubus’. Their full-length debut album, S.C.I.E.N.C.E, followed. Incubus returned to the studio and delivered their follow-up album, ‘Make Yourself’, http://glynnhouse.com/incubus/
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40th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival 0th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival! Don’t miss this three-day celebration of Scottish autumn exterior 411music, food and drink, athletics, dance, heritage, and more! The 40th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival http://www.nhscot.org takes place at the Loon Mountain Resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire September 18 – 20. Visitors will experience http://glynnhouse.com/40th-new-hampshire-highland-games-and-festival-2/
Discover Scotland - No Passport Required. The New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival, the largest and most diverse Scottish cultural festival in the Northeast, is presented by The New Hampshire Gathering of the Scottish Clans, Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the furtherance of ...
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“4th of July canine weekend.”
Whether your looking for a dog friendly inn, a romantic getaway, or any other type of peaceful escape in New Hampshire's lakes region, you can do no better than the Glynn House in Ashland. The innkeepers were courteous, helpful, and kind. Our room (the Adams Suite) was comfortable and quiet. And the breakfasts... Not to be believed. Our dog Theo was a bit nervous because of the nearby 4th of July fireworks, but soon settled in to the laid back atmosphere the rest of the family enjoyed from the moment we arrived.

Stayed July 2015, traveled with family

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Looking for something to do on a rainy day? Check out 
Rainy Day Adventures: 52 Museums to Visit in New Hampshire http://www.nhmagazine.com/June-2011/Rainy-Day-Adventures/
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“Real charming stay”
By an coincident we "landed" at this very special and very nice old Inn. It was as go back in time. Everything was original, including Glenn and his family. Extraordinary service and all the information we needed for the area. Very nice breakfast, special made and served individually. Absolutely recommendable.
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Therapeutic massage! Indulge yourself! 
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59 Highland St Ashland, NH 03217
59 Highland StreetUSNew HampshireAshland03217
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Lionel Houde
2 weeks 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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Michael Bading
10 months 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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Micah Yoder
a year 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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2 years ago
Hugh Cee
2 months 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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Christine Pier
a year 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).
A Google User
6 years ago
I reserved a room less than 2 weeks before we were to stay there. The next day, I received a large medical bill and immediately cancelled the reservation. The following day, my debit card was billed $290 for the room which the manager reported wasn't refundable because my cancellation still fell under the 22 day rule. What kind of place treats it's paying customers this way? I donated a large sum of money involuntarily. TAKE YOUR BUSINESS ELSEWHERE!