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The Weld Street Inn

The Weld Street Inn is a small boutique hotel located in a historic residence circa 1881. The Inn is furnished in salvaged period antiques and tastefully decorated to create a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere. Built in the late 19th century, the Inn sits on 1.25 acres in the Dixfield Village.

The big brick house has a long standing reputation for being haunted – the little boy playing in the second floor kitchen; a lady walking around outside, mysterious music being played at all hours, the ‘Big Man’ in the hallway, and the unmistakable energy that fills the 137 year old mansion. After contacting two teams of paranormal investigators, and conducting our own (ongoing) year-long investigation the results have undeniably indicated that the inn is haunted by several spirits belonging to previous residents, more specifically, to those of the Marsh-Edwards Family. 

We are dedicated researching the history of the Inn and learning more about the people who have lived here. We welcome any information you might have or the stories you might tell about the spirits after your visit.

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