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Best Romantic Inn Restaurant

Looking for an Inn with amazing food and romantic atmosphere anywhere in the New England area for a short Honeymoon.

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  1. Hi there, The Inn at Little Washington in Connecticut. period end of story

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    1. re: Sloanelizabeth

      Last time I checked, the Inn at Little Washington is in western Virginia, about 2 hours west of DC.

      1. re: Diane in Bexley

        oops, got cut off before I could post home page, http://www.theinnatlittlewashington.com/. Do agree, it's fabulous, if you go, please post a review.

        1. re: Diane in Bexley

          I think Elizabeth meant the Mayflower Inn in Washington, CT... very traditional, elegant place...beautiful grounds..with good food

      2. Castle Hill in Newport, RI. Loved the Beach Houses. Great food, service and wine at the restaurant. http://www.castlehillinn.com/

        1. The Notchland Inn, Harts Location, NH (near North Conway). Beautiful inn, luxurious rooms, wonderful innkeepers, delicious food...
          www.notchland.com

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          1. re: sophie fox

            A little further out than New England is The Point, in Saranac, NY, in the beautiful Adirondacks. It's the most luxurious place I've ever been. This Relaix Chateux has been voted the best small hotel in the country. There are 11 rooms overlooking Saranac Lake, each one cozier and lusher than the next. It's very pricey but worth every penny, with everything that you eat and drink, included, even gratuities. The food is decadent and plentiful and exquisite. You could have every meal served fireside in your room, but you wouldn't want to. (Definately have a breakfast in your room, though.) It is the quintessential honeymoon Inn/Restaurant. www.thepointresort.com

            1. re: greenstate

              A friend of mine stayed at The Point and she said it was totally over the top luxurious. They were there in winter and noticed from the dining room window that there was a little hut or something by the water. They asked if they could have some hot chocolate out there. When they arrived a fire had been laid out with a nice big cosy blanket and all the supplies to roast marshmallows. She said the touch that really blew her away was that when they left they realized that someone had cleaned their little Toyota inside and out and gassed it up!

              1. re: greenstate

                Wow, that is quite expensive. Is the wine list full of great choices ?

              2. re: sophie fox

                I forgot to post it will be a sunday-wed night stay, which unfourtunately counts out a lot of restaurants.

                1. re: sophie fox

                  At Notchland, get one of the private cottages with jacuzzi and fireplace. Around $350/nt. (I just saw your post about the restaurant being closed Mon-Tues. There are nice restaurants in Jackson and North Conway for those nights, depends whether you want to travel about 20 minutes.)

                2. You didn't mention if there's a budget consideration or if money is no object...

                  1. I have stayed at many of the delightfully romantic inns listed at distinctiveinns.com including Windham Hill Inn in Vermont, The Captain's House in Chatham on the Cape and The Manor on Golden Pond in N.H. All have good food but not all serve dinner--- yet, there are good food places nearby. For example, The Captain's House Inn has amazingly brilliant offerings at breakfast and at tea time but dinner is on your own. (The staff come from England and are just delightful.) There are many fine places nearby for dinner. Not sure if this suits you. I also like Castle Hill in Newport.