The Spalding Inn

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The Spalding Inn, formerly the Cherry Hill House, is owned by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, stars of TV’s Ghost Hunters. The 1860s inn is believed to be haunted, proven by apparitions, shadowy figures, odd noises, whispers, and hot spots. Room #38, the kitchen and the Carriage House are said to be particularly active. There are logs in the rooms where guests can note their experiences.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    199 Mt View Rd
    Whitefield, NH 03598
    United States

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    GPS:
    44.397170352933244, -71.57924580504181
    County:
    Coos County, New Hampshire
    Nearest Towns:
    Whitefield, NH (2.3 mi.)
    Jefferson, NH (5.4 mi.)
    Dalton, NH (5.8 mi.)
    Lancaster, NH (6.4 mi.)
    Carroll, NH (7.1 mi.)
    Bethlehem, NH (9.7 mi.)
    Littleton, NH (11.3 mi.)
    Northumberland, NH (11.5 mi.)
    Guildhall, VT (11.6 mi.)
    Deerfield, NH (11.7 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.thespaldinginn.com/

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