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The Mrs and I have been in dire need of a get away. Life, as it turns out has been far too busy for far too long. We had honeymooned in the White Mountains when we got married, and being reasonably close by it seemed...More
1 Thank Rashaka13
Response from Linda T, Owner at Glen Oaks InnResponded September 15, 2015
Thank you both for visiting us at the Inn. It makes us happy to know you enjoyed yourselves while you were here and thank you so much for the kind words. We do try our best to make the Inn a comfortable environment for those...More
From the time we walked in the door the we felt welcome. Mitch and Linda (Innkeepers) made us feel right at home. It was like visiting friends. The Inn was charming and our accommodations were clean and comfortable. With there help we enjoyed the best...More
We did not have a good experience. The home (even the sign) did not compare with the beautiful photos online with the sprawling green lawn with four Adirondack chairs. The outside of the building was in need of work and there was a long ladder...More
1 Thank EllieMayClampet
Response from Linda T, Owner at Glen Oaks InnResponded July 25, 2015
First, please let me state that there was a ladder along side the building because we were in the process of removing chipped paint in the outside of the building to repaint. I apologize if it looked unsightly to you, but repairs are required. The...More
Mitch and Linda are the consummate Innkeepers. Our cottage was cleaned and was perfect. The service and commitment exceeded our expectations and we had a wonderful two day stay. This is a perfect place to get away and enjoy some quiet vacation time.
I gave this to my brother and his wife as a Christmas gift. They were told they needed to pay extra to stay in a cabin due to all of the rooms in the main inn being full. The small cabins were actually split into...More