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Reviewed May 25, 2017

Lovely cabin in a beautiful setting. Rustic - in the good sense - really clean and comfortable, pretty porch to sit on and watch the sunset, fireplace for the cool spring nights. Heard loons on the lake. Our dog loved this place. Lyme is a cute little town with an inn for a great dinner.

Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Roger L
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Reviewed October 10, 2016

Growing up I would spend a week in a small two bedroom cabin with my grandparents at the Jack O'Lantern in Woodstock, NH. Being at the Loch Lyme Lodge brought back so many of those charming memories. So thankful this property has not realized a 'corporate buy-out' and the owners are dedicated and work hard to maintain this gem. It is modernized, clean and comfortable. No cable nor internet in the cabins. (Internet available on the premises, though). No electronics is so therapeutic and 'medicinal', but people seem to fail to realize that. Not having it was a definite pro, not a con.
The occasion which brought us to LLL was a wedding and it was an all weekend affair. We celebrated late in the season, so we were not able to enjoy the restaurant that has gotten so many wonderful reviews, but will return one day.
That being said, our cabin has a wonderful kitchen, fully equipped with all the necessities. The refrigerator was on when we arrived late Thursday night so after a six hour trip, our groceries went from the cooler to the frig without a hitch. Not that I wanted to cook, but between my husband, son and me, we actually had fun putting a few meals together in a 'new kitchen'. So charming.
The beds were comfortable and there were ample blankets to keep warm. The bathroom was clean and the towels were plentiful and of good quality.
We used the fireplace one evening to get the chill and dampness out and of course for ambiance. There was plenty of wood available supplied by the Lodge.
I had called a few times prior to arrival to inquire about the area or the lodge specifically and always had a friendly, helpful voice on the other end of the phone. That in itself was so welcoming we knew it was going to be a wonderful stay, which it was.
I can't really comment on the price; it is what it is. One can find hotels everywhere. The Loch Lyme Lodge is unique and special. If not for the dedication and hard work of the owners, memories would not be made here. There is internet in the barn and I am guilty of working a little bit over the weekend, just for a few catch ups here and there... what a structure and step back in time that building is.....
I noticed that a while back someone 'complained' about the cost... the property has boats/essentials to fully enjoy the lake at the guests' disposal. Recreational areas cost money; this is included. Our cabin was in the back across the street from the lake, so it was secluded and quiet. But a quick, scenic walk down the hill and across the street offered yet another experience to enjoy. Ample chairs and docks (and more cabins) and photo opportunities. A sweet beach for people and another for furry friends. Where can you find that??? It was awesome, just awesome.

Room tip: There are cabins right on the lake. The others are across the street, scattered throughout the driving area.
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1  Thank Ed-Melanie
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Reviewed August 29, 2016

We stayed for two nights at this lovely Lodge, and will certainly return - the lake is fantastic, the cabins are cozy, the staff friendly, and the food delicious ! Our dog also enjoyed swimming at the dog beach. The grounds are also beautifully kept.

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank stevewende
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Reviewed August 1, 2016

We love the Loch Lyme Lodge! The cabins are quaint and charming - clean and serviceable, too. Plenty of space for my family, plus visiting friends, to sleep, eat, and play. Most cabins have a fire place - not needed in the heat of the summer, but wonderful when we've stayed at the end of the season.

We loved being able to cook my own meals "at home" or go to the main lodge for fantastic breakfast and dinner. The chef works hard to have locally grown produce (some from the garden on the property!) and the menu was innovative and able to accommodate my vegan husband. Huge compliments to the Sunday evening buffet, which is served outside by the lake (weather permitting) and at which local musicians perform. Guests may buy light lunch fare (sandwiches) and ice-cream throughout the day.

There are plenty of activities to do while staying at the Lodge - swimming; sand beach for children to play on; a wide variety of boats (my daughter's favorite is the paddle boat); walks on the property; the "Playwood" cabin which is stocked with games, toys, foosball table, books, and even a TV with movies for rainy days. There are many easy day-trips (within an easy 30 min drive) - go into Hanover (home of Dartmouth College) for shopping or meals, the Montshire Museum in Norwich, VT, many local hiking trails with access to the Appalachian Trail, and many more community events in the Upper Valley.

The property itself is picturesque - the lake serene in the mornings and calm enough for kayaking and canoeing during the day, the "pinnacle" rising up in the background, and the well-maintained grounds and forrest just outside your cabin door.

The staff is extraordinary - Jay and Amy (the innkeepers) are kind, attentive, and accessible. The cleaning and grounds crews are friendly, helpful, and will get to know your name by the end of the week.

We could not recommend the LLL more highly!

Room tip: All cabins are lovely
Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank lbrownsmith
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Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

5th year with wife, son, 2 grandchildren and of course our dog Ollie. Booked for next summer already. Best relaxing vacations we've ever taken, look forward to it every year. ManagerJay, his wife and daughter are the best. The Sunday buffet by the pond and the band's are always a remember able night. The cabins are rustic,clean, breezy, quiet and plenty of space to enjoy yourself. The pond is big, good fishing, clean, small beach, plenty of chairs, shade , with 2 docks, canoes, paddle boats, kayaks all for the guests use at no charge. The lodges restaurant, the local restaurants and general store are fabulous for a great meal or a grab and go lunch.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
2  Thank Ron D
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