For riders who really want to ride the Maneha 250 but don’t want to camp out, OBC is offering transportation to and from two beautiful local inns for Saturday night, May 20th. Riders will ride up on Saturday and arrive at Mayfair Farm to enjoy an amazing farm to table dinner and the chance to hang with fellow riders around the campfire. At 9:30pm, the OBC shuttle will bring you to one of the designated inns so you can sleep soundly under a roof. On Sunday morning, the OBC shuttle will pick you up at 5:00am to return you to Mayfair Farm for the pre-ride breakfast feast with views of Mt. Monadnock before you depart on your return journey.
Please contact either of the inns below to make your reservations directly:
The Harrisville Inn, an antique cape was built by Persia Beal in 1842 and has served as a farm and a caretaker’s home for the nearby Aldworth Mansion, prior to becoming an inn. The property lies just a short walk to Harrisville center in the midst of the spectacular beauty of the Monadnock Region.
The Hancock Inn is the oldest inn in New Hampshire, and one of the oldest bed and breakfasts in New England. When it began offering accommodations and meals to travelers in 1789, the Revolutionary War had been over for just six years and George Washington was in the first year of his presidency.