History of the INN :
Situated in rural, central New Hampshire, The Inn at Danbury is a rambling country inn providing a home base of relaxation and cordiality combined with an abundance of four-season local activities. The town of Danbury itself has been acclaimed by poet Donald Hall in his book, Here at Eagle Pond as well as other publications.
The inn has evolved from its original roadside farmhouse built in 1850 into its present comfortable facility with rooms ranging from romantic suites with balconies to family accommodations.
The Inn at Danbury offers a four-season array of activities ranging from world-renowned fall foliage, to the long-standing popularity of Ragged Mountain Ski Resort (5 minutes away), to the newly created par-72 golf course, also at the base of the mountain.
Our inn is simple, cozy and unpretentious. It feels as if you are staying at Grandma’s house and it reflects its historic past. You will be sure to enjoy our inn if your idea of quality time is hiking, biking, boating, fishing, swimming in the summer. Or you enjoy downhill skiing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing or riding a snow mobile in the winter. If you prefer wildlife to window shopping, open windows and a breeze to sealed environments, cozy to fancy, then you should feel right at home!
We recently received this photo and the caption beneath from Bob Hatch, and wish to thank him!
Thought you might like to have this collage that covers the period 1930-1945
My maternal great grand parents and grandparents. Left to right: Loretta and Gustine Harlan Jackson, the parents of Carrie Jackson Shaw, wife of Herman Warren Shaw.
They all died in the old home. They were fine folks, who, if they should appear from time to time, will be benign and friendly.
Warmest regards, Bob Hatch
This is all part of the family that used to live here in the house
Justin Schreibeis, wife Chi Chen, baby Jocelyn, granddaughter Miriam Mealand, Sylvia Hatch Mealand and husband Geoffrey