Hunter’s Grille & Tap at the Grafton Inn is located in a historic three story wood and brick building that was built in 1805 by Samuel Wood.  The building was significantly enlarged c.1865-75, doubling its size and adding the Italianate front porch. It is a wood frame structure, with brick ends, a hip roof, and cupola-like belvedere. The inn was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and was included in the Grafton Common Historic District in 1988.  The colonial schemed building includes a cozy tavern, fireplaced dining room, billiards room, outdoor dining patio, function room and seven rooms for lodging.  A good sized selection of craft beers along with great wines, American comfort foods and a welcoming spirit is what you can expect to find within.

Hunter's Grille and Tap
Hunters Grille and Tap at The Grafton Inn