We’re just five miles 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.
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.
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SPECIAL COVID-19 MESSAGE
As COVID-19 cases diminish, many restrictions have been lifted. We strongly recommend vaccinations, and for those who are fully vaccinated, masks are not required. However, we ask non-vaccinated people to wear masks in common (indoor) areas at the inn, except when eating.
To keep our guests and our staff safe, please do not come if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or if you have been in close contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
The State of New Hampshire has provided information on Universal Best Practices. NH Travel and Tourism Division offers Travel Guidance and information for out-of-state visitors. Note that any NH State Park that normally charges an entrance fee will be open via reservation only this year.
To meet state and CDC guidelines and regulations, we have made minor modifications to some of our operating procedures, which might result in slight differences from what appears on our website. We are following recommended guidelines and doing extra cleaning to keep everyone as healthy and safe as possible.
For information on the current cases in the region and the state, visit the NH COVID-19 website. Please stay safe and healthy.