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North Conway NH area recs from the weekend..kinda long

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North Conway NH area recs from the weekend..kinda long

Richie | Mar 25, 2003 09:08 AM

Good morning,
I spent a very nice weekend in North Conway,NH this past weekend. For breakfast saturday we stopped at Peaches in North Conway and sat on the enclosed back porch overlooking the still snow covered woods. The service was very courteous and the food was good. I had the usual eggs over easy with ham and potatoes and my friend had an omelet that was not overcooked like most times we eat out for breakfast. We both shared a piece of toasted cranberry walnut bread thta was good and not very sweet.
Dinner saturday night we drove up to Jackson over the covered bridge and ate at the Christmas Farm Inn. We had no reservations and waited just 15 minutes for a table. We both shared a mixed mushroom appetizer in puff pastry with a port wine sauce. It was good. I had tenderlion medallions with truffle mashed potatoes and everything was cooked to my liking. My friend had haddock stuffed with lobster and some other things. He said it was good but not too rich as he thought it would be. We both shared the banana cream pie for dessert. I could have eaten it all myself,that's how delicious it was.
Sunday morning we got up and he took me to the Snow Village Inn in Snowville. This place was a quaint B & B on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere. I thought we were going to someones home for breakfast. You would not normally know this place is here unless you were staying here. It was set up on a mountain overlooking the White Mountains in the distance. You really should go here for a nice weekend to get away. As our waitperson brought over the coffee she also gave us each an orange poppyseed muffin that was to die for. From what I was told the chef used orange chutney in the mix....they were so good. The menu was limited to Grand Marinier french toast and eggs benedict. We both chose the eggs and were moaning while eating them. The potatoes were very good also. The dining room was very quaint;all paneled in knotty pine with a wood stove in the center of the back wall. Even though we did not stay there overnight the other guests in the dining room said good morning to us. I felt at home! On the way out we walked around the bar room and the living room with it's big fireplace. This is definitely a place to come back and stay a few days.

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