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We say it boldly and right up front on our welcome sign – the Stonehurst Manor is a “A landmark  in lodging, food and spirits since 1876.”  We wouldn’t say it if we didn’t mean it.  For years the Stonehurst has held their own in bringing old-time classics such as Coquilles St. Jacques and Steak Diane and innovative new food items like wood fired pizza or creating a following for our smoked prime rib or braised lamb shank.  Browse our breakfastdinner and drink menus to really get an idea of how serious we are when it comes to upholding our reputation as being a landmark in food and spirits!

We serve dishes like these because we are lucky to be working with our Executive Chef James Davis. As a resident New Englander himself, he understands the value of a good meal in a welcoming and cozy setting.  After graduating from the renowned Culinary Institute of America he went onto to work at the Four Season’s Hotel in Boston.  5 years later he moved to the Mt. Washington Valley to share his talents with us.  He has been leading the pack in North Conway dining ever since.  James and the rest of us at the Stonehurst strive to bring dishes to the table that fuse quality and affordability, while always using the freshest ingredients around.

We love what we do here at the Stonehurst Manor and we think it shines through down to the very plate we serve you on.  Our dishes are one of a kind and they are created and served by one of a kind staff.  We are an experience that can’t be passed up on any trip to the Valley.  Our past 134 years of being “a landmark in lodging, food, and spirits” proves it!

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for the luncheon benefit we are hosting for the Rozzie May Animal Alliance on September 19th at 11:30 am. With live music, an art tent, catered food and a Chinese, silent and live auction it is sure to be a good time and it helps a wonderful cause in our own community. Order your tickets by calling the Stonehurst at 603-356-3113 or the Animal Alliance at 603-447-3477.

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