Built in 1830, this house was once used as the parsonages for two of the towns churches. It was also used at one point as the home and office of the local dentist. The Old Parsonage is situated on Main Street next to the Main Inn with a driveway running between the two buildings.
The rooms were converted to Inn rooms in 1996. Today, the house has six guest rooms including one, Sarah’s Room, that is wheelchair accessible. These rooms all follow the architectural history of the building. The three first floor rooms, Sarah’s, Remember Bakers & Justin James all have a porch or patio. Second-floor rooms, off the front entrance, are Zadock Hard’s and Adelia’s rooms. Old Squires Gable is a suite of dormered rooms up the inside back staircase.
- Off-season rates apply mid-March, depending on snow; April to mid-May; midweek May through July and midweek November – March.
- Normal rates apply on weekends November to March, excluding Holidays.
- Peak rates apply for all holidays; weekends August through October and the last week of September to the second or third week in October depending on where Columbus day weekend falls.