Typical fin old Inn
Posted Mar 10, 2010
Since I enjoy the historical aspects of New England this Inn was almost perfect. Fortunately my four children who I brought on a ski vacation felt the same way. There was a very nice breakfast served from an adequate menu. The room my son and I shared was a little cool, but fine for sleeping which was basically what we used it for. I found the winding corridors and odd angles resulting from the conversion from an old house charming, but the odd angles in the ceilings showed some areas where large tears and cracks were not immediately attended to. There was a very nice, if a bit pricey, dinner menu which we didn't use as we went out. The Inn was several miles up Rt 26 from Jackson and several more from North Conway, but we were happy to be out of that hustle and bustle. The staff was very cordial if stretched a bit thin by handling numerous duties.