Historic Thayers Inn
111 Main St, Littleton, NH

Historic Thayers Inn

111 Main St

Littleton, NH 03561
Historic Thayers Inn, Littleton
111 Main St

Littleton, NH 03561
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In the early 1840's Henry L. Thayer was a successful Littleton, New Hampshire merchant with a dream to build a hotel more modern in equipment and character that others of its kind. Despite warnings of failure, the dream started taking shape in 1843 when he purchased the lot just east of his store. Although the exact year construction began is unknown, sources indicate January 14, 1850 as opening day for "THAYER'S WHITE MOUNTAIN HOTEL." Success was soon established due in part to the coming of the railroads to Littleton in 1852.
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