Nestled on the shores of New Hampshire, The Carriage House Restaurant has been your home away from home since 1931.

Built in 1931, Mrs. Swenson, a native of Sweden, opened "Swenson's Grill". She designed it to resemble a house so that it would blend in with the other homes in the area and preserve the integrity of the neighborhood. After over 20 years, Mrs Swenson retired, and "Swenson's Grill" became "Carpenter's Carriage House", where chef Edwin Carpenter and his wife Barbara served fine food for over twenty years, until their retirement in 1973. Michael Ailion, a chef and art collector from England, was the next owner who operated "Michael's Carriage House" for another ten years before moving to Florida.

The restaurant was then purchased by its current owner, Paul Mackey, who opened it in 1983, as "The Carriage House". The Carriage House has not changed much over the years, other than some updates to the kitchen, keeping the overall charm of the restaurant. The Carriage House is still keeping with the Swenson tradition, cooking each meal to order.

Come and enjoy the sixty year heritage of fine food and spirits, we look forward to seeing you!