North Conway, NH 3860
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Maureen R.Price Point$$$Helped?0Dec. 21st 2017
The hotel looks a bit dumpy from the outside, sort of like an old motel. I was dissapointed because the pictures online show lots of gorgeous pines, hereby giving the impression that it is in a secluded setting, not directly on the main road. Too bad, as I was expecting a more rustic area.
We lucked out and got the only room which has a gas burning wood stove. The room had a nice rustic feeling too it, but I was still expecting more. More mountain decor for the winter season would have been appreciated. The walls had nice wood paneling, however, the TV was small and the bathroom was small and outdated. The shower head was very short; my boyfriend is a tall guy and he could barely take a shower. Outside the window we only had a view of the parking lot. I was hoping for a view of trees, a stream, mountains maybe...but definitely not a parking lot!
We paid $119 for one night in a standard inn room, and also an additional $5 to use the hot tub. Rates range from $92 during the fall value season to $128 for the fall foliage season. Check the website for rates based on your intended travel dates. In addition to the standard 1 bedroom inn rooms, there are also loft suites and cabin rentals.
Merrill Farm Inn was an okay stay for just one night. If I was going on a longer trip, I would definitely book a nicer place with better views and amenities. Driving around North Conway, I saw a lot of inns and resorts that looked a lot nicer than Merrill Farm. There are a lot of inns and resorts around North Conway because of the large outlet mall, Cranmore Mountain Resort and the abundance of other winter activities located in the area. It is a great place to spend a weekend, however, I think you can do better than this inn for the same price.