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Bartlett Inn
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Reviewed February 2, 2009

Found the Bartlett online and after viewing a few reviews and some of their rooms decided to try it. Arrived at about 6pm on Friday and met Ean, one of the owners as we walked in and felt immediately at home. He was very kind, pleasant and had lots of information about the things we were planning on doing through the weekend. We chose a room at the Inn, as opposed to a cottage, and while it was a little chilly, there was a fireplace in the room and overall a great place to stay for a weekend. Lots to do in the area, plenty of close food options, but don't skip the full breakfast included in the stay.

The only negative is the room was on the cool side, but this is the height of winter in northern NH. I suggest a room with a fireplace if possible.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled as a couple
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Thank Jeff D
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Reviewed January 13, 2009

This is the second time I have stayed at the Bartlett Inn and having recommended it to the friends I travelled with I'm pleased to say it didn't disappoint.

Nick and Miriam are friendly and welcoming and so knowledgeable about local amenities and activities - Nick recommended several excellent restaurants and booked them for us and was able to let us know where the best skiing coniditons could be found on each day of our trip.

We spent New Years Eve here and saw the New Year in in the main house which is just one of the lovely personal touches you get staying here - one night we ordered Pizza in and Miriam was kind enough to let us use the breakfast room and cutlery / crockery.

Breakfast was as wonderful as ever with different specials on each day and it's great to get hot apple cider and brownies after a day skiing.

The cottage (Parker) was comfortable and very warm (given the very cold temperatures outside).

I will definately be back and would recommend for anyone looking for a base to explore the area.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled with friends
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Thank mandaland
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Reviewed January 11, 2009

We spent a lovely afternoon and evening at the Bartlett Inn over the holidays to celebrate my birthday. Nick and Miriam warmly greeted us, and we sipped hot apple cider and nibbled on delicious homemade cookies while we took a look around the Inn and checked-in. My husband had originally tried to book Inn Room 4, but we were staying only for one night and it had a two-night minimum. However, when we arrived, Inn Room 4 was still vacant. Nick let us take a look at both Rooms 4 and 5 and decide which room we preferred. We actually chose the room we had booked anyway -- Inn Room 5, with a fireplace and sitting area at the foot of the bed.

Nick had recommended an amazing restaurant (White Mountain Cider Co.) for dinner, and you should definitely eat there if you end up at the Bartlett Inn or near North Conway. All of the necessary equipment (wood, kindling, lighter) for a fire was available, but when we expressed some doubt about whether we would be successful in lighting a fire, Nick graciously offered to set it up for us, so that upon our return from dinner all we would have to do is light it. We did just that, and spent a very cozy evening on a bench in front of the fire in our room.

If we had had more time, we would have sat in the common living room, playing games or reading. The common room had a fire going when we checked in and was cozily decorated, although we were surprised by the blaring tv, which didn't really fit it). The bed was comfortable and we slept well.

Perhaps our only disappointment was that while breakfast was good (pancakes), it wasn't amazing or quite as hearty as we were expecting. The coffee, however, was excellent, and Nick & Miriam made delightful conversation. Also, it was cold in the room at night, though the many blankets on the bed kept us warm. Overall, we had a wonderful stay!

Some other notes on Bartlett:

Nick & Miriam had free passes for snowshoeing. We didn't take advantage of these but would have had we stayed another day.

We went on a sleigh ride and walked the grounds of Nestlenook Farm -- highly recommend it! There are various types of sleigh rides (group, semi-private, and private). We opted for the private, which was a one-horse open sleigh ride, complete with fur blanket and a bottle of champagne! The sleigh ride takes you all over the grounds and stops to let you feed reindeer. Nestlenook also has a 3-acre skating pond, which we walked around, and various bonfires around the property, as well as complimentary hot chocolate for cold nights!

Finally, if you're a West Wing fan, you can stop and see the Josiah Bartlett Library down the street from the Inn!

  • Stayed: December 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank NEcouple08
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Reviewed November 2, 2008

My husband and I booked a couple nights here in October, wishing to enjoy the fall foliage in a cozy family-friendly atmosphere. We read the reviews first, which were almost all stellar. Almost everyone who had stayed here raved about their experiences. My husband and I could sum it up by saying it was good -- not great -- and not what we would spend $200 a night on had we known what we were getting. We stayed in the Sawyer cottage with our 15-month-old daughter.
Some of the good things we had read online proved true. The innkeepers, Nick and Miriam, were more than gracious hosts, making us feel at home right away. We enjoyed cups of warm apple cider in the living room while talking with them about how we would spend the next 48 hours enjoying the beauty of the White Mountains. Each morning they fed us a hearty breakfast in the main house, and even our picky toddler ate a lot.
When we get the chance to get away, one of the most important things we look forward to is a relaxing and comfortable home away from home. After reading the reviews, we were sure this is what we were going to get when we arrived at our cottage.
The first thing we noticed upon entering was the musty smell. Smell is the first thing to greet you when you enter a new place. I was expecting a fresh, clean smell. The decor was dated and shabby. It wasn't the quaint, charming country cottage that I had imagined. I realize that most people do not check into these cabins expecting to spend a lot of time in them. But when you have a baby, you have to be there for when she naps during the day, and for a long time at night since she goes to bed early. I had hoped my husband and I would have a more enjoyable place to pass all these hours, but it was like a camp we’d go to as a kid, but with a price tag our parents would have never paid.
The shower stall was way too small for an average- sized adult to shower in comfortably. The mattress was lumpy and uncomfortable. Some would argue our standards are too high, but for $200 a night, I don’t think so. For that amount of money, I want to be able to say, “That was totally worth it! Let’s do this again!” It’s sad that we can’t.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 24, 2008

Had a great stay at the Bartlett Inn. Nick and Miriam gave us a wonderful welcome and were always happy to advise on excursions, places to eat etc.
Breakfasts were good, with choice of entree. It got a bit hectic when the inn was full, but you can always grab a coffee and read the papers in the lounge, while waiting.Hot tub was a wonderful place to wind down after a busy day.
A great relaxing spot, and one we hope to visit again.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank Brynhill
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