Your hosts Pecco and Gail Beaufaÿs
Wir sprechen Deutsch
On parle français
Niki, your assistant Innkeeper
and Jeter, her sidekick
This gentleman's farmhouse originally built in 1767 is located in Andover, NH, a stone's throw from Highland Lake, a pristine, spring-fed mountain lake with beach. The Highland Lake Inn is conveniently situated in the center of northern New England, 4 miles from renowned Proctor Academy, 10 miles from Ragged Mountain Ski Resort, and 20 miles from New Hampshire's capital, Concord. New Hampshire's White Mountains , Vermont's Green Mountains, the Maine Coast, and the city of Boston are all within a 2 hour car ride. The inn's ten guest rooms feature private full bathrooms with distinctive amenities by Molton Brown of London and L'OCCITANE; the most king-size beds and most spacious rooms available in the area, furnished with luxurious Italian linens by Mascioni; flat screen cable TV and Wi Fi access. In the morning guests are served a full breakfast featuring freshly brewed, micro-roaster's coffee, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, fresh fruit, farm fresh eggs, artisan breads and croissants. Kayak and bicycle rental is available on premises. Innkeepers are fluent in French, German, and some Spanish.
Two Happy Proctor Moms relaxing at the Highland lake Inn
The Highland Lake Inn also serves readily as a gathering place for reunions, weddings, business retreats or family and holiday gatherings. Check out some of the fine art work hanging on the walls of the Highland Lake Inn. Each room has its own full bathroom, flat screen cable TV, and Wi Fi access.
The Highland Lake Inn contributes 10% of all Proctor Academy related revenue to the Proctor Academy Scholarship Fund. All parents and visiting prospectís parents as well as all other visitors to the Proctor Academy and are invited to participate. Please remember to mention your school affiliation while making a reservation.
East Andover, New Hampshire is ideally located for all four seasons of recreation and relaxation. Savor the vistas of neighboring Highland Lake, Kearsarge Mountain, and enjoy the Inn's own 7-acre grounds which adjoin a 21-acre nature preserve. Highland Lake Inn is located at the trail head of the Northern Rail Trail, a perfect place to snowmobile and cross-country ski in the winter months and walk and bike in the spring, summer and fall.
Whatever your purpose for travel to this area, rest assured you will enjoy the peace, tranquility, beauty and comfort of our inn and its surroundings.
During the summer months relax with a book on one of the Inn's porches, walk across the street to swim at our private beach, launch your boat, ride your bicycle, hike, or play golf nearby. In autumn hike or ride through the countryside and marvel at the spectacular color spectrum presented by native trees. In winter put on your snowshoes, skis or skates and step outside to tour the fields or glide across to the lake. Snowmobile on the local groomed trail system or enjoy cross-country and downhill skiing at resorts just a short ride from our front door.
The Highland Lake Inn is delighted to welcome visitors, students, parents, alumni, friends, faculty and scholars who attend such venerable neighboring institutions as Proctor Academy, Tilton School, Colby-Sawyer College, and the Gordon Research Conferences. The Highland Lake Inn is your central base for School Hunting in Central New Hampshire, All within an easy one hour driving distance.
Check out your host's recent interview about the local rail trail on WMUR
The Highland Lake Inn was just featured in NHTODO magazine,
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BEST AWAY FROM IT ALL LODGING
Highland Lake Inn, East Andover
Situated halfway between I-93 and I-89, the village of East Andover is blessedly forgotten and it's here that you'll find this historic farmhouse on a country lane. Walking and biking trails and chance to unwind. Rates from $160, including full breakfast.
I just wanted to take a moment to tell you that my husband and I stayed at the Highland Lake Inn last weekend and had a wonderful time. Pecco and Gail were great hosts and always made us feel comfortable (and their dogs were so much fun to play with!). The house is in a beautiful area where we were able to get away from the city and enjoy the changing leaves. We actually went to a small, private apple orchard that is only 4 houses away! The rooms were very clean and cozy. We loved our weekend away, and we never would have known about that Inn had it not been for the listing on Outings and Innings. Thanks for making it available! ~Best, Lindsay Seal, Harvard Divinity School