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Home Hill Inn Hotel Review: Better known for its crisp New England attitude, New Hampshire has a few little secrets, like this French country-style manor on the border of the Cornish Art Colony. Rebuilt in 1818 (after the original pre-Revolutionary War building burned down), the elegant restored home sits on 25 wooded acres, complete with lawns, swimming pool, red clay tennis court, putting green and groomed cross-country trails in the winter. The inn has just eleven accommodations, including six in the Carriage House and the seasonal private cottage, La Piscine. All rooms have private baths, most have their own fireplaces, and many in the Carriage House have individual terraces and entryways. Among the amenities are Frette bathrobes and L'Occitane bath products. The inn's highlight is its dining room, French country in style (naturally), done in warm reds and yellows, and with chairs upholstered in Provence's signature red rooster print. Executive Chef Paula Snow brings back culinary inspiration from her European and world travels to create inventive dishes sure to please the most mature palette. The main dining room is also available for receptions up to 65, and the flagstone terrace outside works nicely for celebrations or ceremonies. Massage treatments and complimentary bikes are also available.