The main inn of The Wentworth complex was completed in 1883 and was said to be a reproduction of an "English manorial hall of Queen Anne's day" Its luxurious appointments included running steam water, steam heat, telephone and telegraph service, electric bells, open fireplaces in all public rooms, well engineered sanitation, a magnificent dining hall and thirty sleeping rooms painted in robin's egg blue.
Today the main inn consists of a beautifully renovated lobby with cherry hardwood floors, oriental rugs, real wood burning fireplace and comfortable furnishings. Off the lobby is our AAA ♦♦♦♦ restaurant , also one of only a few Certified Local Farm to Table restaurants in New Hampshire. Chef Neal Myers creates his menu using ingredients sourced from local farms and seafood from the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. A nice casual lounge completes the first floor of the main inn with Tony's famous cocktails and live piano with Ronnie Chase on Friday and Saturday evenings.