Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Ale House Inn

 
This week, I traveled to Portsmouth NH to explore some creative options. I was happy to be a guest at the well designed Ale House Inn and look fwd to staying again very soon. The quiet hotel was just our style. I am not sure what I liked more- the glowing Ale sign that we could follow home at night, or the fact that each room has it's own ipad.  Well worth scheduling a quiet trip to the pretty town.

14 comments:

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

love that fireplace. and allll that exposed brick. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

Shannon said...

That hotel looks gorgeous! I love the fireplace with the logs stacked inside, so rustic and cozy. I am considering adding an antler chandelier to my kitchen/dining area, not sure if I can pull it off though! Restoration Hardware has one that is made from resin instead of real antlers ;)
Thanks for sharing!

Shannon
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Carly said...

how amazing is that log fireplace...I mean really...TOO COOL!
C

Ana Degenaar said...

That is so gorg and original. Amazing job!

Patricia said...

Beautiful blog! thank you for your comment! :)
Pat

Rachel Gray said...

Neat space!!

Liz said...

what a dreamy place! seems like a total escape!

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Alexa said...

Ok this place looks awesome. Am wanting to go visit just to stay here!
xo
Alexa
www.theshortandthesweetofit.com

Mo Pie, Please said...

Definitely looks like my kind of inn! So charming!

Tamra of walkswithBella said...

what a warm and charming inn! That sign would have gotten me too. the interior is so cozy and inviting. nice share!

Bud and Leo said...

Looks so cozy! Love love love the fireplace!

Julie and Lauren said...

Exposed brick is one of my favorite looks. Love.

Michelle Lee said...

Love your photos

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