We stayed at the resort in October of this year, our first visit. This was a time share exchange. We stayed in a one bedroom in the Pierce building, across the highway from the main office and the majority of the resort. There were 7 units in our building. These units, we were told, were the newer units. Our building was two stories; we were in a corner apartment. The downstairs was very spacious, with a full kitchen, full bath, fireplace, balcony and a Murphy bed. The upstairs had a king size bed, full bath, mini bar and sink, fireplace and sofa. The Jacuzzi tub was exposed to the sleeping area. The apartment was very, very spacious. Our friends were unable to travel with us at the last minute so we had both floors to ourselves. We were there for the leaf peeping season; the colors were changing and it was beautiful all around our apartment. Housekeeping services are not provided and you take out your trash. We did not utilize the pool, gym or any other of the resort amenities to comment on. We did go on the hiking trail by the river behind the resort which was very pretty for the season. Mattie B's, their on site restaurant had very good salads and pizza. We were close to Mt. Washington, which was a very interesting place to visit and fortunately, we had the perfect day to drive up. We used the van tour to go up as we did not want to drive the dangerous road. North Conway was also close by for discount mall shopping, entertainment. October is the end of the season there, before the winter skiing crowds come. Because of that, many of the restaurants nearby were closed and we would have to drive several miles to find one open. Even then, the lines were very long at the open restaurants. There was an annual "Return of the Pumpkin People" event with many places of business putting up fall scenes of people, animals or objects using pumpkins. These scenes were in Bartlett, Jackson and North Conway. The displays were very entertaining; we were provided with a map to find them. We were also within a days drive to Cabot (Cabot Cheese Factory tour), Montpelier (maple sugar houses) and Waterbury (Ben & Jerry's Factory Tour), Vermont. Travelers need to be aware there are no elevators to the upper levels. It would have been difficult for an elderly couple to access our unit from the parking lot with suitcases, groceries, etc. as there was a walk down a hill or the wooden boardwalk/stairs to get to the unit, then walk down four stairs inside the common area to the apartment, then upstairs to the bedroom. Overall, we had a wonderful stay at the resort. Staff was very helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- BECAUSE WHERE YOU STAY SHOULD BE JUST AS MEMORABLE AS WHERE YOU VISIT. Welcome to Attitash Mountain Village Resort, where the views are as endless as the possibilities. We'd like to invite you to experience award-winning accommodations while visiting New Hampshire's North Conway and Mount Washington Valley region. Located at the base of Attitash Ski Resort, Attitash Mountain Village is a four-season destination resort surrounded by towering mountain peaks rising from the banks of the Saco River blanketed by native pine and white birch trees - offering over 350 rooms, suites, townhouses and trailside accommodations. Many units feature kitchens, gas fireplaces, spa tubs and mountain views. Experience on resort hiking, mountain biking, X-C skiing, ice-skating, kayaking and fishing with full access to indoor and outdoor pools, playgrounds, tennis courts, fitness facility with sauna, and indoor/outdoor hot-tubs. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Attitash Mountain Village Bartlett
- Attitash Mountain Village White Mountains, NH - Bartlett