The Wakefield Inn and Restaurant
Your Home to Explore New Hampshire
Welcome to the Wakefield Inn & Restaurant
website. Thank you for stopping by!
Summer is here and we have just celebrated our our 3 year anniversary owning the Inn!
We have had the honor of hosting a brand new customer, every weekend, going on 162 weeks now. We are so proud of what we have accomplished and truly appreciate each and every one of our new and return guests, many of whom we now consider good friends, for continuing to support us. We look forward to seeing you all soon and don't forget, we are open year round!
If you need to contact us, you may do so by using the information below. If you would like to make a reservation
to stay at the Inn, just click on the button to the right!
Our restaurant is open to our Inn Guests and to the Public. We are open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights for dinner from 4:30pm to 9:00pm. We feature live jazz on Sunday evenings. Reservations are recommended. Please call us at 603-522-8272. The Wakefield Inn was featured in the June edition of Yankee Magazine: Best Lodging In New Hampshire | 2013 Editors’ Choice Awards
The Wakefield Inn & Restaurant was recently featured in the November 26, 2014 Carroll County Independent and the Granite State News: Christmas at Wakefield Corner - Historic Walking Tour
.The Wakefield Inn was featured in the May Edition of New Hampshire Magazine: Springtime fun along Route 153 | May 2015
The Wakefield Inn & Restaurant, nestled in the picturesque Village of Wakefield Corner, is one of 27 historic homes, in our neighborhood, on the United States National Register of Historic Places. The Wakefield Inn & Restaurant, formerly known as the Spiral Staircase Inn and The Elmwood Inn dates back to 1804. The Inn was originally built as a home for Seaman William Frost who wanted to own the largest, tallest (3 stories) and grandest home in Wakefield. In 1890 the home was converted to an Inn where guests, for many years, were transported to the Inn by stage coach. Wakefield Corner was considered the center of town because of the 6 stage coach lines and in 1895 the railroad began providing transportation for the Inn's guests from Wakefield's 5 train stations.
The home features an amazing flying spiral staircase, the original stage coach door, a 3 sided fireplace with beehive oven in the dining room, a very large picture window overlooking the picturesque back gardens and a lovely wrap around porch where guests can relax and enjoy a wonderful view of the village.
Today, the Inn features six bed & breakfast rooms, each with a private bath along with a full service restaurant run by Chef Christina Nicastro. The Nicastro Family and our entire staff look forward to extending their hospitality to you and your family on your next visit.