New life for a venerable old inn

The Ragamont rises again
Owner Phillips “Pete” Hathaway has opened a bed and breakfast, Ragamont House, in the former Ragamont Inn. Photo By Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — The gracious Ragamont on Main Street, a Salisbury landmark, has taken on a new identity, the third since it’s been in the hands of Phillips “Pete” Hathaway.

Operating since the fall of 2009 as Enterprise New Life, a sober-living facility for men who had completed in-patient treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, it is now the Ragamont House — a bed and breakfast, home to a catering business and available for special events.

Hathaway said the work with the clients — he estimated that about 20 men came through Enterprise New Life in 14 months — was rewarding.

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