historical coles tourist in picture in keene new hampshire


historical coles tourist in picture in keene new hampshire

Built in approximately 1853 and listed on the N.H. State Register of Historic Places, this fine residence was originally owned by George Burrell.

The house passed through several families until purchased by John H. Cole in the 1940’s, who ran the house as Cole’s Tourist Home until his death in the 1960’s. His wife Elizabeth continued to live there through the 1970′s.

Several additional modern businesses rotated through the house until 2017 when it was purchased and completely restored into the beautiful inn that it is now.

The Burrell House
a fine New England inn located in Keene, New Hampshire

The Burrell House is located on Washington Street in Keene, New Hampshire, an area known for its fine group of 19th century houses which have been little altered.

Historically, the district has been associated with many prominent Keene citizens who chose the area for the stylish homes, and was determined eligible for the National Historic Register in 1986.

Historic views of Keene