The 1785 Inn is not set up for small children and all the rooms are not fully decorated and do not have air conditioning. When I booked the room I told the staff I had a wife and 13 month old child and would need a crib for the child. I was told they had a crib in the room....not what they had was a single bed....thankfully we took our pack and play. We asked to be moved and the staff relocated us to a brilliant room, still no crib but the room was recently redecorated. If staying in the 1785 Inn I suggest you make sure your room has air conditioning and if possible your own bathroom. If you book a room do not book rooms 1 or 2 as you will be sharing a bathroom with your neighbor and the bathroom is absolutely hideous. The bathroom tile is loose and there is mold throughout the bathroom and the paint is peeling off the wall. The breakfast in the morning is excellent and the entire staff is personal, courteous and friendly. The 1785 Inn is old and needs a facelift, especially in the bathrooms. The showers blew hot and cold water and there did not seem to be anything that could be done to regulate the water temperature. I would stay at the 1785 Inn again but I would ensure I had my own room, bathroom and air conditioning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 1785 Inn & Restaurant are located in an historic building (built by Revolutionary War veteran) at a famous scenic overlook in the White Mountains (the 7th most photographed nature scene in the US). A travel guide newsletter recently called it "One of the top 15 views in the world from a hotel or inn." The 1785 Inn provides comfortable lodging in a clean/homey atmosphere with friendly service. A delicious full breakfast is provided to overnight guests and the inn also has an award-winning restaurant and friendly pub open every night for dinner. On six acres with plenty of space to enjoy the scenery & outdoors, or go swimming or skiing, depending on the season. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- 1785 Hotel North Conway