The Chase House Bed and Breakfast Inn of Cornish, New Hampshire is one of New Hampshire’s National Historic Landmarks and is the Birthplace of Salmon P. Chase. Situated on the banks of the picturesque Connecticut River in the heart of The Cornish Colony, with spectacular views of Vermont’s Mount Ascutney, this lovely New Hampshire Inn uniquely combines a 1766 Settlement Colony-style house with a fine, circa 1795 Federal-style house.
The inn has a total of 10 guest rooms available, with two rooms completed, one close to completion and the balance needing to be renovated. The common space is large, beautiful and done.
The grounds are copious, landscaped and include a separate three-bay garage and an attached two car garage. With over 38 acres, there are various patios for guest use and private areas for the owners as well. An apple orchard and a pond complete the very quiet and peaceful surroundings.
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We encourage you to consider this property and trust you will want to come to visit and feel the promise of what can be.