The entire inn is worn down and dated. It had me a little sad because twenty years ago, I remember the inn as a comfortable place to stay. We paid extra for the "bridal suite" and while it was spacious it just felt like an old fashioned dorm room. The decorations looked like they were bought from a thrift shop and though the bathroom contained a jacuzzi tub I would never have used, everything else cme straight out of the 1980s. The inn is worn and any repairs done to update it were sloppy and done very poorly. From the drive into town, I see that they now have a Hampton Inn and a Holiday Inn Express in Exeter which is probably taking away business from the Exeter Inn. Typically I would never stay at a Hampton Inn or Holiday Inn Express but compared to the Exeter Inn, these hotels are in a league of their own. Would never stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A 1932 Georgian Stately brick building originally designed to accommodate prestigous families visiting Phillips Exeter Acedemy. The Acedemy is known around the world for its prepareness to attend Harvard University and other major ivy league colleges. The Inn has 46 rooms featuring 3 suites. Located in walking distance to downtown Exeter town center, a short driving distance to Portsmouth, Hampton, Stratham and Epping. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Exeter Hotel Exeter
- Inn Exeter