In the heart of the Monadnock Region
Peterborough, New Hampshire
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Welcome to Little River Bed & Breakfast.  We are a recently renovated 1870s farmhouse situated along the scenic Nubanusit River offering offering the finest lodging in Peterborough, New Hampshire.  We offer modern amenities, casual elegance, and warm hospitality.  Our four guest rooms, each with private bath, have been tastefully decorated with your comfort in mind.

Every day begins with a delicious multi-course breakfast that always includes fresh fruit, a delicious baked good or our now world-famous homemade granola, and one of our signature entrees like Blueberry Baked French Toast, Summer Vegetable Strata, or French Baked Egg.  We use local eggs from free-range hens, local fruits and vegetables when in season, and offer fair-trade organic coffee.

Peterborough is a quintessential New England town which inspired Thornton Wilder's classic American play "Our Town" and has a pedestrian friendly downtown.  Browse antique shops, shop in unique boutiques and art galleries, take advantage of Peterborough's rich arts community, and enjoy great dining with a variety of cuisines available.

Located in the Monadnock region, the undiscovered Southwest corner of NH, there are many opportunities to get outdoors. Hike Grand Monadnock (the most popular hiking in the U.S. with forty miles of trails and panoramic views of six New England States) and the rest of the Wapack Range, kayak the Contoocook river or some of our lakes and ponds, golf, bike, enjoy back-road scenic Fall Foliage, or just lay back and unwind in the serenity of the region.

Come "Peak Into Peterborough"...and the rest of the Monadnock Region.  Check out our events calendar to see "what's happening".  We hope to see you soon!

Latest Posts from the Innkeeper's Blog
Spirit of 76 Happy Birthday:
Peterborough Celebrates Turning 275 years old!

October 12, 2014
Hiking Hiking Mt. Monadnock:
The Marlboro Trail...the toughest trail on Monoadnock?

October 6, 2014
Big E The Big E
Our Trip to the Big E Multi-State Fair

September 19, 2014