Experience New Hampshire’s Maple Syrup Season at its Best!

It’s that time of year again… New Hampshire’s sweet season! Farmers, landowners, and families across the region have been preparing for New Hampshire’s maple syrup season for weeks. Although the weather has been unusually cold this winter, temperatures are forecasted … Continue reading

Make Saying “I Do” Simpler With Our All Inclusive Elopement Package

Looking for something simple and affordable, yet special for your wedding day? Think eloping means getting married by a Justice of the Peace in a town hall? Think again! There are so many reasons to simplify your wedding day such … Continue reading

Top Reasons to Visit Walpole, New Hampshire and the Monadnock Region This Winter

Although our New Hampshire bed and breakfast is not “smack dab” in the middle of ski country, there’s still plenty of great reasons to visit our Walpole farm during the winter months. Winter activities in southwest New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region … Continue reading

NH Open Doors – a Statewide Shopping and Touring Event This Saturday and Sunday

The weekend of November 5th and 6th, 2011 marks the annual NH Open Doors event – a weekend of creativity, adventure, stress-free and tax-free shopping all while exploring the beauty of New Hampshire! Let the scenic highways and country roads … Continue reading

“Feast on This Film Festival” FilmThis Saturday at Inn at Valley Farms in Walpole, New Hampshire

Thursday, October 13th begins Monadnock Farm and Community Connection’s 4th Annual Feast on This Film Festival here in the beautiful Monadnock Region. This four day event features films that highlight a diversity of issues and viewpoints related to food and … Continue reading

Top Things to Do While Visiting Walpole in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region This Fall

There are so many reasons to visit Walpole in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region during the fall foliage season, but we thought we’d highlight a few of a our particular favorites. While there were many areas impacted by Hurricane Irene, thankfully … Continue reading