New Hampshire’s first Dead & Breakfast
Formerly the Gibson House, the newly established Deep Sleep Inn
at Gibson takes a darker spin on the traditional bed & breakfast.
THE DEEP SLEEP INN AT GIBSON
New Hampshire’s First Dead and Breakfast, A peaceful place to rest your weary bones and a breakfast to die for.
Paying homage to the longstanding Gibson House, the newly established the Deep Sleep Inn takes a darker spin on the traditional bed & breakfast. Pulling the shroud over this Greek and Gothic revival house, we open the doors to New Hampshire’s first dead & breakfast where you can slumber peacefully in any one of our six resting places. After sleeping like the dead, enjoy fresh coffee and breakfast options made with locally sourced ingredients on the patio overlooking the picturesque Vermont Mountains.
Located in the Haverhill Historic District only a half-day drive from New York City and just a 2-1/2 hour drive from Boston or Montreal, the Inn is the perfect location for a romantic weekend, a quick getaway with friends, or any excuse you need to rest your bones. Its central location near the gateway to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Vermont Green Mountains acts as a true pivot point where souls can immerse themselves in endless outdoor activities. Delve into New England’s majestic lands as you unearth the covered bridges, museums, historic sites, farm and factory tours, parks, and other sightseeing opportunities all within a short drive. Become spellbound by the exquisite Vermont Mountain views as you take a walk through the garden. Relax in the parlor or on one of two 50’ porches, read by the fireplace, play the piano, or listen to the whispers of the house – it has many secrets to tell.
- Delicious daily breakfast using local ingredients
- Panoramic Vermont mountain views
- Garden and lily pond
- Semi-private sitting areas, both inside and outside, including two 50′ porches
- Guest fridge in Breakfast Room
- Housekeeping Upon Request
- Free Onsite Parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Convenient to a variety of outdoor activities and sightseeing opportunities
- Located a half-day drive from New York City and just 2-1/2 hour drive from Boston or Montreal