I would like to say that I have often thought that the office adjacent to the conference room was the nicest room in the building. Last time I was there it was being used for storage. The view from this room is better than any of the sleeping quarters and is as good as the weather room and it's adjacent office. I think if you put a bed and a gas stove in there I would pay $500+ for a weekend stay in it. In my opinion it has the best view in the White Mountains. There's a bathroom across the hall and always a decent chef on hand to feed hungry folks. Of course you would have to explain that it's not the ritz to prospective overnighters. It would be similar to an Edu-trip, but without the bunkroom experience. I don't know if it would be legally possible. I know neither the State Park nor the Obs are geared to be Innkeepers, but I think it could generate a lot of income for both cash-strapped organizations. Just my 2 cents worth.