Nice vintage hotel,good location, good price, charming and quaint. We will return again in the warmer weather. Cute little town and easy commute to both New Hampshire and Vermont destinations. Nice eateries in walking distance.
We stayed the night here in January. The staff was very friendly at check in and offered us several options for a nice dinner. Our room was on the second floor which we got to using a beautiful staircase with giant wooden hand railings. The room was very clean and classic…
This vintage hotel is a great value for visitors traveling to the Upper CT Valley who do not expect extras like valet service, a gym or swimming pool. The staff is friendly and accommodating. The rooms are clean, and the beds (I had a King size) comfortable. Although one may…
We had a very good experience at the hotel, plus the price was outstanding. Very clean bedrooms, and the receptionist was always very helpful. I would love to come back again and enjoy the ski near by.
Everyone was friendly; the room was great; coffee and tea ready in the am; fire going all nite; room was classy. The decor was wonderful; nice art from many local artists everywhere. oranges all day and all nite. very comfortable beds. European style
"Rooms facing the rear parking lot are quieter than street side, though I was not disturbed when I stayed on the street side."
"It's an old building; expect it to be noisier than your average new(er) hotel. Bring ear plugs...."
"Suites include a small living area with a fridge, no microwave. Suites do not come with a tub, just a shower"
"stay on the courtyard side not street side"
"Quieter rooms are located in the back. There is a bar on the side street next to the hotel which can get noisy."