Henniker House is an early example of the Queen Anne Victorian farmhouse style. It was built in 1859 by a local blacksmith named William Chandler. Since it’s construction, it passed through several hands, serving as a birthing hospital in the 1920’s & 30’s and a rooming house for New England College after WWII. It was a private home again with a day-care in the barn when Virginia and Maurice Walsh converted it into a B&B known as The Hanscom House. Since then, four other innkeepers have put their mark on Henniker House.
Alison and Ray are your current innkeepers since December 2017, as the town of Henniker celebrates it’s 250th anniversary. We inherit a rich and storied past amidst a singularly unique setting, presenting to our visitors the authentic feeling of a 19th century New England residence. As our predecessors have done before us, our goal is to maintain and preserve those special qualities, while assuring that our guests enjoy a relaxing and memorable experience. So whether you are here for business, pleasure, partaking in outdoor activities, or attending a special event, come join us and create your own piece of New Hampshire history!