It is rumored that the haunting started happening in the Beaumont House Inn in 2001. As is so often the case, the new owners started to make renovations to the house. On one particular night, one of the owners’ parents came over from Europe to spend a couple of nights in her son’s and daughter’s new establishment. Not much is known about what the woman experienced, but she reported strange activity in her room during her stay.

Another incident was when a housekeeper was painting when she felt some pressure on her hip. Thinking that it was one of the owners who went in and out of the inn, she thought of moving to the other side, but terrifyingly, an unseen force held her there for a few seconds.

Strange male voices have often been heard in the common room, although there is no one there or even when no one is speaking. The current owners and the staff of the hotel believe that the ghosts are there because they love the place so much and that they stay to protect the inn and not to harm the guests.

History

The Beal House Inn was originally built as a farmhouse in 1883; however, Mrs. Beal turned it into an inn in 1933. Over the years, the inn has had many owners but it continues to offer guests a traditional New England welcome and hospitality. It was renovated extensively during the past 5 years and it has been given a facelift by the current owners. It now combines classic elegance with modern comforts.

About

The Beal House Inn offers guests rooms with a variety of styles and looks. The inn has 4 two-room suites and 3 guest rooms which all come with en-suite bathrooms; the Back Lavender Suite, Flume Suite, Rose Chamber, Blue Room, Washington Room, Mrs. Beal’s Room, and Garden Room suite. The inn has been given a diamond rating by AAA.

The Beal House Inn also has a 3-star restaurant rating. Dining at the inn is a gustatory experience that should not be missed. The restaurant offers fine dining in a casual atmosphere at affordable prices. There are also some items on the menu that can be crafted as vegetarian. The restaurant offers salads, appetizers, soups, seafood, chicken, beef and dessert. The Beal House’s extensive wine list will also make your dining experience quite exceptional.

Features

  • Mini fridge
  • Cable television
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Voicemail
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Daily maid service

Things to Do

The quaint little town of Littleton, New Hampshire has a lot of things to offer. Littleton has a variety of unique stores along historic Main Street. You can buy handcrafted items made by New Hampshire artisans, antiques, designer furniture, gourmet kitchen supplies, and even natural and organic foods. You can also go to the old-fashioned general store, Chutters, which has the longest candy counter in the world. This place is a delight for children and adults alike with chocolates, truffles, fudge, and candy.

The Littleton Diner opened in 1930 and has been named as the 2010 Yankee Magazine Editor’s Choice. The diner is open 7 days a week from 6 in the morning to 8 in the evening. The White Mountains offer the whole family a world of fun with 16 major attractions. You can go to Attitash; Clark’s Trading Post; Cannon Aerial Tramway; Hobo Railroad; Flume George; Conway Scenic Railroad; Lost River George and Boulder Caves; Loon Mountain; Santa’s Village; Polar Caves Park; Whale’s Tale Water Park; Wildcat Mountain; Story Land; Six Gun City and Fort Splash; Mt. Washington Auto Road and Mt. Washington Cog Railway.

Room Tariffs

  • Standard rooms start at $99
  • Suites start at $119

All rates are for double occupancy. $30 for each additional person.