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We just returned from staying at the Old Field House. My wife and I stayed there twice before our daughter was born. We liked it so much the first two times we stayed, we went back as a family over the Memorial Day Weekend. We stayed in the "Honeymoon Suite". This suite has a full kitchenette, a seperate entrance, a jacuzzi tub, a pull out sofa bed, king sized bed, and cable serviced television. The room cost us $195 per night and we had plenty of room for our daughter's play yard by the pull out sofa. The Old Field House has many rooms including 2 and 3 bedroom suites.The proprietors are wonderful people and provide a full breakfast each morning. The property is located in the perfect spot and is approximately a five minute drive to outlet shopping at Settlers Green; and, a 6 mile drive to Story Land. There are many family oriented restaurants, activities, and events aruond the Old Field House, and the rates are quite affordable. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life, the Old Field House is the place to go to. I know we cannot wait to get back. Check it out for your self.

~truly_toao, Massachusetts

  • Breakfast Room
  • 10A

We made a last minute trip to new Hampshire with our two little ones, 3 and 5. We were looking for a place that was family friendly and close to Story land and the Old Field House was recommended to us. We were able to book one of the townhouses behind the main building with only a few days notice. The price was about middle of the road for what we were looking at and the townhouse was extremely spacious. it was listed as a two bedroom but could easily have slept more people with a daybed in a nook at the top of the stairs, a massive master bedroom closet where you could easily put a crib or a couple of sleeping bags and couches in the main room. It also had a bath and 1/2, a full kitchen, a dining table for 8 and very large living room. Everything was very clean and well maintained, well stocked with towels, extra pillows and blankets. There was also a selection of games and books in the main room, perfect for a rainy day. Overall, I highly recommend this as a great home base for exploring an area that is very kid-friendly and packed with things to do.

~Mommyjennifer, Massachusetts

  • 10A
  • P6110064
  • OFH Bldg 12

"Home Away from Home"

We stayed @ the Old Field House for our stop-off to Story Land and Santa's Village. Rod and Linea are just about the nicest people you'd ever meet. Our kids felt right at home here and even commented after a couple of days of StoryLand-ing "when are we going back home?" (to the inn, mind you!) My girls loved the gameroom and Rod and Linea's big pussycat Alaskan Malamute "Teddy" even more. Rooms were clean and neat and Rod's morning waffles are definitely something special! Looking forward to our trip back soon.

~KevinDCt, Connecticut

"Story Land in New Hampshire"

...After one short break for dinner, we arrived at our accommodations for the weekend, The Old Field House Inn located in Intervale, New Hampshire , just minutes away from Story Land. I must say that staying at this quiet country lodge with hosts and owners Rod and Linea Hopwood was one of our favorite parts of the whole weekend. We were greeted by their lovable and kid-friendly, Alaskan Malamute. I don't know that I have ever met a more friendly and accommodating dog. She was willing to take several hugs a day from my two and a half-year-old daughter. My daughter was also immediately taken by the moose stuffed animals lining the side of the stairs to the second floor.

We set up shop in a two-bedroom suite, perfect for putting the little ones down for bed and allowing mom and dad a few minutes alone to read and watch something on t.v. besides Sesame Street. Before bed, the kids wanted to head out to the swimming pool. I was a bit skeptical since it had been a cold June week and the pool was outside. To our delight, the outdoor pool was heated to a comfortable 85 degrees. Read more...

~Colleen Lunn Scholer, Maine

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