Welcome to the Monadnock Region

Looking for the lodging in Southern New Hampshire?  The Innkeepers of the Monadnock Lodging Association, an organization of Southwest New Hampshire Bed and Breakfasts, Country Inns, Cottages, and Resorts represent some of the finest lodging and hospitality in our area.

Our region is known for its unspoiled scenic towns and quaint villages that offer a traditional New England experience. Explore un-crowded lakes, rivers, forests, and mountains. Enjoy tax-free shopping at our country stores, unique boutiques, and antiques shops and dine in some of our many excellent restaurants, pubs, and cafes near our New Hampshire inns. Of course we are also known for Grand Monadnock, the most popular hiking mountain in the world with panoramic views of six New England states!

So escape the routine of your daily life and come visit the undiscovered Southwest corner of New Hampshire just an easy ninety minute drive from Boston, Providence, Albany, and Hartford. Enjoy Monadnock lodging in one of our member inns. You may never want to leave!

Monadnock in the News

When the Monadnock region is in the news, we like to share those stories with our followers.  Just click here to read the blog.


May 30, 2015: The New Haven Connecticut Register just wrote an article highlighting the wonderful dining scene in Keene.


April 27, 2015: Check out the OpEd in the Washington Post about how New Hampshire is #1 for libraries.  What makes this "Monadnock" related is that Peterborough is home to the worlds oldest "free" library.


February 20, 2015: The Boston Globe did a spotlight article on one of the newest businesses in the Monadnock Region.  Vicuna is a very small but wonderful chocolate factory.