I purchased a two day voucher through Amazon. We were traveling through New Hampshire to see the White Mountains and this seemed liked a great place to stop, plus it was two nights for the price of one, or so I thought. The reviewers about how great the food and rooms are, must not have been in the same place we were. We, too, arrived early and were told we could not come in, room was not ready. We left and returned at the appropriate time. When I signed the guest book, I noticed that they did not appear to have any guests the previous day, so not sure why Linda was so adamant that there were no rooms ready, unless they are only cleaned the day guests are expected. When we finally hauled our luggage through the downstairs and up the stairs we were shown into a room with a view of a brick wall and a very uncomfortable bed. The mattress was so cheap that it squeaked when you moved (this was not the bed springs). They had a quilt on the bed which I put under us and made it alittle less hard, but it was still very uncomfortable. Fortunately I had my pillow with me. My husband was so sick with a cold, he just fell asleep. The shower curtain was torn and someone had just tied a knot in it and rehung it. The next morning our country breakfast consisted of pancakes which were okay and bacon that must have been made the day before and heated up. My husbands hash browns were not freshly made and were a frozen food variety. As for being offered more juice, etc, that didn't happen and as for a sweet roll
(As someone else said was offered) it must have been the bakers day off. We left immediately after breaKfast, knowing we were leaving a second nights lodging "on the table", but we were done with this place. We probably should have said something about the room, but we actually felt sorry for the owners and figured they were just holding on by a thread and needed our money more than we did. Quaint little New England B&B, this was not.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located between the villages of Jackson and North Conway and reigning over 25 wooded acres in the White Mountains, this three story Victorian inn has been in continuous operation since 1890. Each of the inn's 8 rooms and three cottages have their own country charm. Outside, relax by the garden-side pool or take a stroll on the trails. We will do our best to make your stay memorable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Glen Oaks Hotel Intervale