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    Looking for a decent hotel to stay at for an overnight trip out to Mt. Washington. Anyone have any advice/opinions? Thanks in advance...

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    I've always found the Briarcliff in North Conway to be clean and reasonable.
    I have stayed there dozens of times.
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    Ok, located my old password hahaha...still looking for a hotel for the night for my girlfriend and I. Maybe something with a little romance to it, I.E. fireplace or cabin or something. Just looking for some possibilities from people that are familiar with the area, thanks again!!

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    Thanks, I'll look into it...anymore possibilities people?

    Quote Originally Posted by climbabout
    I've always found the Briarcliff in North Conway to be clean and reasonable.
    I have stayed there dozens of times.
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    Not sure what your budget is for this overnight, but my wife and I have found the Stonehurst Manor to be outstanding. (www.stonehurstmanor.com)
    You can't beat it for "ambiance" - and although the prices seem a bit high at first, when you factor in the cost of dinner and breakfast (included), we've found it to be a very competitive bargain. And we are talking first class food, here! We've been back several times . . .
    I'll see if I can't come up with some other options, as well -

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    Looks nice but I'm looking for something a little more rustic and maybe a little more secluded. Not really worried about the price. Thanks for the info so far people!

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    My earlier suggestion(the briarcliff) really isn't rustic or romantic. Here's a great resource link:
    http://www.mountwashingtonvalley.com/lodging.lasso
    lots of choices here.
    also:
    http://www.innatthornhill.com/
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by climbabout
    My earlier suggestion(the briarcliff) really isn't rustic or romantic. Here's a great resource link:
    http://www.mountwashingtonvalley.com/lodging.lasso
    Tim, this is an excellent link.
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    Thanks for the help guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    Tim, this is an excellent link.
    Thanks Brad, I go to this link often when I need a Mount Washington Valley fix - you can read the North Conway paper here as well as the lodging, dining and real estate links.
    Tim

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