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A beautiful location on Lake Winni; well decorated room with lovely decor. Incredibly comfortable beds! Problems: beware of weekend nights when wedding celebrations are beneath the rooms or outside. Loud noise until 2 a.m.! A problem with pigeons outside windows. Management needs to remove the nuisance pecking at the windows and settling on the balconys making them impossible to use. Lighting in rooms very dim making it impossible to read. Continental breakfast adequate but could be more inspired. This is a lovely property with a beautiful setting. Just a few upgrades to the amenities and improved housekeeping would make the room measure up to the asking price.
We loved Church Landing. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable and very well decorated. The beds were heavenly and lots of pillows. The bathroom was especially nice. We had a balcony overlooking the lake with rocking chairs - the view was spectacular. The grounds were well groomed and the boardwalk that allowed you to walk down to other sites was very nice and relaxing. Coffee in the lobby available all the time.
The staff was very helpful and accommodating. The room was pricey but worth it. The only negative is the restaurant. Although nicely appointed with views of the lake, the food was very disappointing. We were told after that the restaurant is owned by The Common Man chain - had we known, we would not have eaten there. We have tried the Common Man in Windham, NH and we were disappointed there also. I would suggest a small place in town called Georges for breakfast - outstanding!
We stayed in Church Landing and thought it was more like a large hotel. Very commercial. The room we had was very nicely decorated, but dimly lit. The bed was wonderful. We did have a nice view of the lake. We did get bottles of water each day. However, everything there seems very impersonal. The restaurant was not very good, but very pricy. I understand this is a big chain outfit that have several restaurants. We did much better eating at the diner and at Mames in town.