Serving Friday, Saturday & Sunday!
Charming guests since forever
In light of the recent developments of COVID-19, we have always implemented measures to protect our employees and our guests, as well as adhered to advice and guidelines from the CDC, local and national health authorities. We encourage our TEAM to stay home when ill and remain diligent about sanitizing work spaces, hand railings, door handles, light fixtures, point of sale system screens and continue to promote healthy habits. Our employees and guests are the most critical parts of our business, so we are taking all the necessary steps to avoid any illness.
Wishing you all the best during this unsettling time around our globe and thank you for your continued support.
We hope to see you soon, Three Chimneys Inn - ffrost Sawyer Tavern
Three Chimneys Inn has been home to charming getaways, farm-to-table cuisine, craft brews and cocktails, riverside weddings and memorable good times. Built in 1649, the Inn is one of the oldest homes in the New Hampshire and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Just minutes from the University of New Hampshire, our location puts the ocean, the White Mountains and the best of New England in easy reach. We're thrilled to be sharing this historic property with the next-generation of guests.
Great Service & Historic Charm!
"Cannot say enough about how really wonderful this lovely inn is. From the minute we arrived we felt the extra attention to detail that the innkeepers apply to everything...The grounds are beautiful, and the location is right down the street from UNH. Portsmouth, with great shops and lots of restaurants, is a short trip away."
Two Day Mental Health Getaway
"My wife and I are in the service industry...We decided to try the Three Chimneys Inn, and could not have been more impressed. The service was fantastic from the time we got there (which was 10 pm) to the time we left. Our room was newly renovated and was great. The bed was big and comfortable...We would highly recommend this as an alternative to staying on the coast. And for biking, there are a lot of great rides through farmland and the great bay area. Thank you Karen and Lori and your staff for providing us with such a great stay! We will be back!"
All Things Awesome!
"We arrived at 11 pm, and Patty was there to greet us and take us to our room. We stayed in the Carriage House in the Teddy Roosevelt room- delightful! Breakfast was wonderful; lots of choices. A beautiful property!"
"My initial thought upon reserving a two night, mid-week stay at the Three Chimney Inn was how quaint and antique it must be expecting creaky wide pine floors, old plumbing and maybe a good dose of history during our stay. Imagine my surprise when we were warmly greeted and ensconced in a room with the best a/c, modern amenities and a simple yet elegant two person soaking tub in our private bath that made me want to lock the door for the entire visit! Alas, we had made the trip to visit with friends 'up north' and couldn't stay locked away! It was everything we'd imagined and so much more. We will definitely return with no definite plans."
Beautiful Historic Inn Close to UNH
"My husband and I stayed here while visiting our daughter, who works at UNH. The college had put her up at the inn when she went there for her job interview, and she loved it. Our room was very large with a king sized bed and large seating area. The finishes and furnishings in the room reflected the character and age of the inn while still providing modern amenities...It was really an amazing space with the original exposed brickwork and beams. The grounds were well maintained with outdoor seating areas and a path that led to a small lake off the property. For this type of lodging, the rates were very good. We will definitely stay there again."
Pack your appetite too
Our talented culinary team prepares savory dishes from scratch, always seasoned with exceptional, homegrown flavor. The chefs work closely with local farms and growers to pick fresh ingredients for creative entrees and innovative cocktails, resulting in exceptional Northeastern cuisine that showcases the essence of New Hampshire.
So many things to do
The Seacoast region of New Hampshire offers something for everyone in spring, summer, fall and winter. Here, you can wander miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, play golf, take fly-fishing lessons, go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, canoeing, indulge in the local craft beer culture, or explore nearby Portsmouth and its wealth of shopping.