Late Summer is the perfect time to go wine tasting, check out these two vineyards within an easy drive of the Highland Lake Inn!

About 22 minutes for the Highland Lake Inn

Haunting Whisper Vineyards

77 Oak Ridge Road, Route 4

Danbury, NH 03230

(603) 768-5506

May 1st – Dec 14th, Wed – Sun, Noon – 5:00pm (Free Wine Tastings)

Call Ahead:  January – April

Haunting Whisper Vineyards is a small family winery & vineyard located on 75 acre property with panoramic lake and mountain views. We are situated in the NH Lakes Region between Lake Sunapee and Newfound Lake off of US Route 4 in the town of Danbury.




About 35 minutes for the Highland Lake Inn

Newfound Lake Vineyards

567 W Shore Rd

Bristol, New Hampshire


Tasting Room Hours

Friday: 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Saturday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Sunday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Newfound Lake Vineyards sits atop a hill that was once part of a large dairy farm, above the western shores of Newfound Lake in central New Hampshire.

“For many generations, my ancestors produced wine in their native Germany. I specialize in wines made from home-grown grapes, as well as locally sourced fresh fruit. As a first generation American, I am excited and proud to bring you high quality New Hampshire-handcrafted wine.

Prosit! To your good health!”

Heidi von Götz Cogean

The “Wining” Baroness



For some other wineries in New Hampshire please check out http://www.visitnh.gov/itineraries/wine-cheese-brochure.pdf Please aware that some breweries may be closed for the season or closed. We suggest you call in advance of a visit.

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“Great experience!”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed June 19, 2014

I have stayed at the Highland Lake Inn in January for the first time and enjoyed my time there a lot. It is a charming bed and breakfast managed by the innkeeper Pecco and his wife Gail who make you feel welcome right away. Only 1.5 hours outside of Boston it is a great place to relax and do some outdoor activities. I will definitely come back as soon as possible!!

“Cozy as home”

5 of 5 starsReviewed June 19, 2014

This was my second stay at Highland Lake Inn. And again it has been wonderful. The host Pecco and on the weekend with the help of his wife Gail prepared a wonderful breakfast according to our wishes. One day we decided for poached eggs. They were the best I ever had. The room was very comfortable. The location is great if you want to get away to nature. The living room and all other rooms were so cozy, you never find anything like that in a hotel.

“Love It”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed June 1, 2014

Over the past 4 years, this great B&B has made all the difference in our trips to Andover, NH. After our first visit, we couldn’t imagine staying anywhere else when we were in the area. Breakfast is great; beds are superb; Pecco and Gail are a delight to be with. Staying at The Highland Lake Inn is like being at home. Couldn’t ask for more.

Mark and Bella


dialmsmallwebWhile you’re visiting the Highland Lake Inn, you have two weekends left to take advantage of Dial “M” for Murder at the New London Barn Playhouse. Playing now through August 31st, 2014.

Less then 20 minutes from the inn, the Playhouse has a long and rich theatrical history in New London. The Playhouse produces vibrant theater created by emerging artists in collaboration with accomplished professionals within, and in order to preserve, one of the most cherished and historic summer stock theaters in the country.

Dial “M” for Murder

Directed by Julia Gibson, Written by Frederick Knott

An unscrupulous husband wishes to rid himself of his wealthy wife, but when things go wrong he must improvise a brilliant – and deadly – contingency plan. A spine-chilling evening of unbearable suspense with the stage version of Alfred Hitchcock’s claustrophobic psychological thriller.

You can buy tickets at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/27305

New London Barn Playhouse

84 Main Street, New London, NH  Box office 603-526-4631




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Soon after we bought a Jetta TDI Sports Wagon and leased the new US Made Passat at Tulley Volkswagen, 4 Massachusetts siblings, Jetta, Golf, Tiguan and CC came to visit their new family members at the Highland Lake Inn in Andover, NH.   We are thrilled with the excellent mileage we get. Save the Planet!

Thank you for making great cars.

Gail & Pecco Beaufays


This is a question on the minds of millions of Americans looking to improve their looks, energy, health, and self esteem. Diets in and of themselves have a less-than-encouraging success rate of just 9%. So what is the individual to do?

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Celebrating 25 Years Of Artisan Cheesemaking And Introducing A New Packaging Look And Name

On September 1st, 2009, Vermont Butter & Cheese Company (VBC) celebrated 25 years of cheesemaking in Vermont and the accomplishment of being a leading creamery in US artisanal cheeses. The small creamery also introduced a new name and new packaging.

“Our new name is Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery. This name emphasizes our position as a small creamery dedicated to making the best crème fraîche, cultured butter, and fresh and aged goat cheeses on the market. It also reflects our commitment to buy local high quality cream from the farmers of St. Albans Cooperative and our group of 20 local goat dairies,” said Allison Hooper, co-founder of Vermont Butter & Cheese Company.


The Highland Lake Inn is pleased to offer many of Vermont Creamery’s fine products for breakfast for their guest’s dining pleasure.


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