Where would we be without romance? It has existed throughout the ages and at The Wentworth we are steeped in romance having originally been built as a wedding gift for the very in love General Marshall Wentworth and his bride Georgia Trickey. Let us help you create the perfect romantic evening for you and your loved one.
Our deluxe rooms and suites were designed with romance in mind, particularly our newest Fairlawn Suites with your very own private out door hot tub from only $299.00 midweek including a full breakfast for two during the summer months. Click here for real time availability and pricing of all of our rooms and suites. We have a menu of items that can be added to your reservation to help you create the perfect evening - all items will be delivered to your room shortly after your check in:
- Six Delicious Chocolate Covered Strawberries - $ 23.00
- A Bottle of House Champagne, Red or White Wine - $41.00
- NH Farnum Hills Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Cider - $57.00
- A selection of NH Cheeses, Fruits and Crackers - $21.00
- A romantic four course dinner for two - $80.00
- 1/2 Dozen Roses - $40.00 / Dozen Roses - $65.00
- In Room Essential Escape Massage - $90.00 (60 minutes)
- In Room River Stone Massage - $100.00 (60 minutes)
- In Room Wentworth Exfoliating Wrap - $85.00 (50 minutes)
- In Room Sea Salt Therapy - $65.00 (30 minutes)
Please call us at 800-637-0013 and we will help you create the package of your choice. Prefer to make these reservations on-line, once you choose your room and rate, the next page will bring you to a menu with the above options for you to choose from.
Let us tell you how it all started at The Wentworth....
Historic Wedding Proposal
In 1869, Joshua Trickey built The Wentworth as a wedding gift to his daughter Georgia Trickey and her husband-to-be, General Marshall Wentworth. Before they were to be married, General Wentworth respectfully asked Mr. Trickey for his daughters hand in marriage. We are lucky enough to have this very personal and intimate hand written letter at our historic hotel to this day. It reads:
New York Nov 30th, 1868
Mr. J. Trickey My dear and respected Sir:
I thank you very much for your favorable answer to my proposal. I never can be grateful enough for the happiness you have bestowed upon me, rest assured that I shall always strive to merit your approbation. I think I can make your daughter happy- we love each other devotedly and are very anxious for your consent to marriage the 1st week in June 1869- and if we can get your consent we shall be very happy- it is very hard for us to be separated from each other for so long- but if you give us your consent to our union then it will not seem half so long and besides it will make us very happy.
I am very anxious to see your lovely daughter once more- it seems an age since I saw her. You can imagine how I feel to be separated from a lady that I love better than my life for two long years and not once having the pleasure of seeing her in the whole time.
Hoping that you will consider my proposal in as favorable a light as you did my other- I thank you again very kindly and close- hoping to hear from you soon.
Yours very respectfully, Marsh C. Wentworth
219 East 69th Street, NY