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About Wakefield Inn and Restaurant

Historic Lodging & Warm Hospitality

Built in 1804, the Wakefield Inn & Restaurant is located in the quiet, historic village of Wakefield Corner, New Hampshire; one of 25 homes on the National Register of Historic Places.  The Inn is your ideal base to explore and enjoy the spectacular beauty and tranquility of the unspoiled countryside of New England.

Enjoy the day exploring the beautiful New Hampshire White Mountains, Lakes Region or the Seacoasts of both Maine and New Hampshire.

If relaxing is on your agenda, plan to spend time in the immediate area visiting nearby museums, gift and antique shops, driving along scenic by-ways or enjoying some of the great outdoor sports and water activities.

The Inn has many unique features, the most spectacular of which is the “flying” spiral staircase which gracefully spirals up to the third floor with no center pole support. On the first floor there is a 3-sided fireplace that includes a beehive oven. The Inn also has a wrap around front porch, which is a favorite place to sit and relax in the cool, crisp mountain air. Savor your first cup of coffee and watch the sun rise.

Modern amenities include private baths for each room, a refrigerator for our guests and free wireless internet throughout the Inn.

The Wakefield Inn is a perfect location to host private functions, such as a wedding receptions, bridal and anniversary parties or your family reunion. Please call to schedule a tour to discuss your next event.

Innkeepers Dino and Colleen Nicastro along with their daughter Christina Nicastro, the Executive Chef, Nick Albert the Restaurant Manager, Vincenzo Nicastro and Giacomo Nicastro, their Grandson's are all on hand to make sure that your stay is both enjoyable and memorable.

The Wakefield Inn is incredibly charming. We definitely enjoyed the Wakefield Inn and would recommend it to anyone looking to experience a “Real New England B&B.” You'll definitely get spoiled here!
- TripAdvisor.com Review