Quiet home base for exploring southern and mid NH. The hot tub on deck was great. Civilization 20 minutes away for grocery, gas, restaurants. it does have golf course and 1 restaurant, pool and tennis courts
In the middle of nowhere but quiet and peaceful home base for exploration. If you like hiking,nature, mountain biking or skiing, this was perfect. Little else for miles on country roads. Well landscaped, units sufficient, quiet,hottub on deck made it great!
extremely happy with this resort and all the staff. They go above and beyond to be helpful. this place meets all our needs and we are very happy as we come here year after year. Thank you very much for making our vacation a wonderful one!
Two years ago I wrote a review with a title something like, Nice resort with a ghost town. I was referring to derelict buildings that were left over from a failed ski resort, that were scattered in the woods, with animals living in them. There was a story of a bear in one. The buildings were visible from this resort, and the first time I came I was a little worried by them. The second time I enjoyed the tales, and didn't worry. And now they are all gone, and are just an interesting memory. This is evidently thanks to Wyndham, which now owns Shell Vacation Club. So that is progress. What is left is a small lovely resort in a rural area. Then as now, I do not recommend this resort if what you want is night life and metropolitan shopping. That kind of individual may find Francestown to be a different kind of ghost town. Come here if you like to explore the countryside, and visiting small towns. Or perhaps if you need to get away from a busy urban life. A recent negative review with questionable statements, grammar and spelling, was quite correctly pointed out to be a fraud.. Anyone who has ever been here could spot that. Note that was the first and only review that person has ever done. Strange. I came recently to participate in a conference in Manchester. I wondered if the commute would be too long every day, but I actually enjoyed the drive, about 50 minutes or so. This was a new direction for me, going through New Boston and Goffstown to Manchester. If you are in search of good restaurants, museums, libraries and such, Manchester is a good destination. In the 19th century Manchester had the mills, which changed the economics of the time. There is a lot of history to explore there. I also went to Concord one day, which is the state capital and also an interesting place to visit. As resorts go, I think this is a very good value. The daily rate is comparable to an average hotel room, and you get a suite with a full kitchen and a washer dryer. As I looked at my choices in Manchester, I decided this would give me a more restful time, and self catering would save me too. So, it turned out well for a Manchester conference stay. Will be back again to enjoy more of southern New Hampshire.…
Beautiful property, lovely apartment style rooms. The price per night felt like a steal, beyond happy with our stay. Looking forward to going back. It's kinda remote, so it was a trip to find activities. Perfect for just lounging around