As opposed to breakfast in bed,
this is show is about an
inspired combination of
& morning dining.
Barrence Whitefield & The Savages
Godley & Creme
made for a quizzical glance and heightened the anticipation(?)
of our destination, The Coppertoppe Inn.
We were warmly greeted by our host Bill who was busy in the inviting open kitchen and dining area!
After a pleasant explanation of all the snacks, beverages and amenities at our disposal, we were checked into the luxurious Garnet Suite!
A step out to the private balcony provided us with an incredible view of beautiful
A great sunset was followed by a relaxing soak in the Jacuzzi tub of our amazing bathroom!
A Saturday afternoon drive around the lake brought us to the Sculptured Rocks geological site
and the dizzying rapids below!
We looked for a dinner spot where the beer was cold and the food was hot
and we found both in nearby Bristol!
Not to mention New Hampshire's largest selection of Irish Whisky!!
The host of this authentic Irish pub, Maryann and our hostess (the charming and dancing) Kathleen made us feel at home (I was fuzzy - not the picture)!
The music was Celtic and live - and everybody sang Happy Birthday!
Our fairy tale stay ended with our Easter morning cooking class from the resident
Coppertoppe Inn gourmet chef and co-owner Sheila.
Eggs Benedict and Spinach Flan!
I give a big RFW thumbs-up to our friends at
The Coppertoppe Inn & Resort Center
Rock On The Road - With RFW!