Adair Country Inn and Restaurant is a historic wedding venue located in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, nestled among the state’s White Mountain range. With abounding local history and multiple picturesque locations across the property, this venue offers couples an idyllic country escape to plan their wedding event. The friendly and hospitable team of professionals on site provides guests with comfortable, traditional-style lodgings, satisfying culinary experiences, and an array of recreational opportunities both on their private 200 acres and in the surrounding New England area.
Facilities and Capacity
With a variety of hosting spaces for both nuptials and celebrations, Adair Country Inn and Restaurant can accommodate guests’ needs from overnight accommodation to food and bar catering for up to 40 guests. The restaurant specializes in locally inspired cuisine with multiple indoor and al fresco dining options. Their patio flanked by scenes of the surrounding mountains offers a suitable space for cocktail hours or rehearsal dinners, while the gazebo and outdoor ceremony spaces give couples a picturesque setting to exchange life-long vows. Also available at this venue is a wedding tent capable of hosting up to 120 guests serviced by outside catering vendors.
Innkeeper, Cindy Foster invites couples planning their special event to engage in a personalized planning experience, finetuning every detail to ensure that the final result is everything they hope for. Catering services provide plated courses for up to 40 guests, with an option to hire outside catering services to accommodate a maximum of 150. With a fully certified liquor license and operational bar services, Adair Country Inn covers all event bar beverage requirements. A few additional services and features available at this location include:
Adair Country Inn and Restaurant boasts a comprehensive selection of overnight rooms in varieties such as their Bickford, Lincoln, or Cabot rooms. Some of the amenities they include are:
Adair Country Inn was founded by cousins, Frank J. Hogan and James F. Byrnes, both notable lawyers and government officials. First erected in 1927, this venue displays gardens conceived of by the Olmsted brothers, whose father curated New York City’s Central Park. Renewed from private property to an inn in 1992, the entire property is rich in American-made history.
Encompassed by New Hampshire’s surrounding mountainous landscapes, the local scenes of Adair Country Inn offers a plethora of recreational activities for its guests. Some of the popular attractions available both on and off the property include: