The Bridges Inn at Whitcomb House

An Historic Bed & Breakfast • 27 Main Street, Swanzey, New Hampshire 03446
(603) 357-6624 • e-mail: innkeeper@bridgesinn.net
Blog: www.bridgesinn.blogspot.com • Facebook: www.facebook.com/bridgesinn

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Your Home Away From Home

Our goal is to make you feel at home. Built in 1792, this quintessential inn serves as a comfortable home-away-from-home, repeatedly satisfying tourists, business travelers, students, people visiting family or friends, and other visitors.

Our room rates include a scrumptious, hot, bountiful breakfast each morning which our guests love. The breakfasts, along with our warm hospitality, the cleanliness of this charming, well-maintained inn, and various local attractions inspire guests to return year after year.

The décor of the inn is lovely, with period wallpaper, tin ceiling, and many antiques. You can enjoy the splendor of yesteryear with the amenities of today. There are five distinctively decorated guest rooms, each with modern, private bathroom, air conditioning (seasonal), WiFi, and cable TV. You can enjoy any of the comfortable common areas by yourselves or to mingle with other guests.

Bridges Inn Dining Room with elegant setting

We’re just five miles from Downtown Keene

Nestled in the beautiful Monadnock region, the Bridges Inn is near outdoor activities, dozens of unique restaurants, arts and cultural events, auction houses, antique shops, covered bridges, scenic countryside, and just minutes from downtown Keene.

In addition to all the nearby attractions, the innkeepers can help you plan day trips to many points in southern New Hampshire, central Massachusetts, and southeastern Vermont. From chocolate shops and breweries to museums; from historical sites to recreational sites, we’ve got you covered.

Start your day off right

You are welcome to come and start your day in a pleasant and relaxed way at The Bridges Inn at Whitcomb House.

Elegant china with breakfast
Begin your day with with a bountiful breakfast cooked fresh each morning.
Dining room table setting with china, a bowl of fruit, and baked goods
There’s always something special about dining on fine china.
Dining room table setting with carved watermelon basket full of fresh fruit and other food
Our breakfasts generally include plenty of fresh fruit, and homemade bread or baked goods. 
Breakfast is typically served between 7:30 and 9:30 AM, determined the night before, based on the guests’ needs and schedules. We also take guests’ dietary requirements and preferences into consideration. We serve a scrumptious, multi-course breakfast in the formal dining room on bone china with sterling silver and linen tablecloth and napkins. Arrangements can be made for something to go for those who must eat outside of regular breakfast times.

We use many locally produced ingredients and products, such as local maple syrup, locally roasted coffee, and in season, fresh herbs and vegetables from our own garden and locally grown produce. Breakfast fare is abundant and is typically served buffet-style. In addition to plenty of fresh fruit, we serve baked goods such as homemade bread, muffins, scones, fruit breads, apple crisp, pancakes or waffles; an egg dish; a breakfast meat, such as sausages or bacon; and often potatoes and/or vegetable accompaniments.

What our guests are saying about us

COVID-19 MESSAGE

As the pandemic has evolved, we have relaxed most of our COVID policies. There are currently no statewide restrictions for businesses or the general public related to COVID-19 and its variants. Note that various businesses and organizations in the region might have their own requirements and restrictions; and that hours or protocols might have changed as a result of the pandemic.

We ask that guests have no known coronavirus symptoms, no fever, no known communicable illness, and no knowledge of having been directly exposed to someone with coronavirus near the time of scheduled arrival, and if in doubt, please wear a mask in common indoor areas, except when eating.

The NH Travel and Tourism Division offers Travel Guidance and information. For information on the current cases in the region and the state, visit the NH COVID-19 website

There may still be some differences to our normal operating procedures, such as allowing guests to eat breakfast separate from other guests if not traveling together.

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27 Main Street, Swanzey, New Hampshire 03446

innkeeper@bridgesinn.net

(603) 357-6624