111 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561
We are delighted to offer a main-stay in the New Hampshire Hotel Industry.
Thayers Inn Hotel in Littleton NH is for sale and is the oldest continuously operated hotel in the White Mountains of NH and a historic New England landmark. Littleton is often recognized as one of the best small towns in America. This historic hotel offers what many prospective buyers who have contacted us over the past few years have requested. That is a boutique property that can be improved and taken to a higher level of quality. The current ownership has made significant improvements to infrastructure and common areas and improved revenues as a result. The hotel is located in the quaint town of Littleton NH on the vibrant Main Street within walking distance to all the town has to offer including the “Riverwalk” which meanders along the Ammonoosuc River right at the back door of the hotel. The Ammonoosuc begins at the Lake of the Clouds on the slopes of Mt Washington and runs to the Connecticut River, the boundary line between New Hampshire and Vermont.
The Inn offers 35 guest rooms, meeting space and leased retail space. Also, a very successful leased restaurant is located on the lower level of the hotel. Guests enjoy year-round activities including skiing at Bretton Woods and Cannon Mountains are only a short drive from the hotel and the fall foliage in all directions from the hotel is world famous. We anxiously await potential buyers contacting us to discuss this very unusual opportunity.
- Room Sizes:
Classic, Superior and Family Suites
- Land Area:
- Property Layout/Config:
1 Four story building
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- Interior/Exterior Corridors:
- Recent Cap Improvements:
Steam boiler upgraded steam distribution, Sprinkler upgrade to all current codes, Hot water system, Double Lined Fuel tanks, Fiber optics high speed internet, PMS system, Commercial computer server, mattresses
- Cap Improvements Required:
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Nestled in the shadow of the New Hampshire’s majestic White Mountains, Littleton is the economic and recreational hub of the North Country. This picturesque New England gem offers something for everyone – fine dining and art galleries, unique shops and historic buildings, and a range of outdoor activities for all seasons.
The peaceful Riverwalk path meanders along the Ammonoosuc River, across a covered bridge, and past many historic Littleton landmarks. Across Main Street dances a bronze statue of Pollyanna, that icon of gladness whose author, Eleanor Porter, called Littleton home.
With glorious views and friendly people, Littleton is the gateway to countless riches of the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.
Incorporated in 1784, Littleton soon became a commercial and cultural center for New Hampshire’s North Country. Perched on thebanks of the Ammonoosuc and Connecticut rivers, Littleton developed first as a mill town, manufacturing a vast array of goods. Today, with a population around 6,000, it continues to serve as the North Country’s economic core, offering a bustling Main Street, an active commercial center just west of downtown, and a busy Industrial Park.
The town’s location in the scenic White Mountains and its mix of small-town charm and modern convenience has earned Littleton numerous accolades, including the first New Hampshire Profile Community Award for conveying the state’s spirit of independence and being named a “Top Ten Dream Town” by Outside magazine.
Franconia Notch State Park
Mount Washington Cog Railway
Northern Extremes Snowmobiling
Mt. Washington Auto Road
- Restaurant and Bar - 60 people (currently leased)
- Continental breakfast
- 3 Event rooms
- 1 small meeting room
- 1 medium size meeting room
- Grab and go continental breakfast
- Parking on-site
- 4 rooms with kitchenettes
- Private baths
- Coffee makers