Follansbee Inn, an historic lakeside bed & breakfast situated on the banks of beautiful Kezar Lake, boasts 18 individually decorated guest rooms, each with a private, en suite bathroom. Follansbee is located in the quiet village of North Sutton just south of New London in the Sunapee/Dartmouth region of New Hampshire, an area known far and wide for year round activities including canoeing, kayaking, sailing, fishing, hiking, leaf peeping, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling to name but a few. For winter sports enthusiasts Follansbee is mere minutes from Mount Sunapee and Ragged Mountain, two of the finest New Hampshire ski resorts. Cross country skiers, snowshoe enthusiasts, and snowmobilers can begin their recreation outside the front door of Follansbee Inn. In the spring, summer, and fall Follansbee guests can appreciate beautiful Kezar Lake while enjoying unlimited free use of the Inn's kayaks, canoes, rowboat, sailboat, and bicycles. Indeed, for generations guests have come to Follansbee Inn to relax, to unwind, and to enjoy an active, natural, and environmentally friendly vacation.
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For more ideas on the best area things to visit in New London, Sunapee, and nearby, explore our website or give us a call. Interested in seeing Fall Foliage? September and October are also ideal for hiking the surrounding area (with free guided hikes available.) And great nights follow great days. Spend time in our lounge, in our lakefront swing or hammock, or staying warm by our cozy fireplaces in the winter.
Our guests enjoy a delicious and hearty breakfast, influenced by the Innkeepers' Louisiana heritage. Entrees range from down home cookin' (baked cheese grits, praline bacon, pecan buttermilk waffles, stuffed French toast) to succulent masterpieces (John Besh's Angel Biscuits, Asparagus, Smoked Salmon, and Gruyere Cheese Omelets, Eggs Beatrice, etc.). Guests can choose to dine alone at one of our two-top tables, or dine with a group of four to eight at one of our larger dining tables.
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