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3351 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 41 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Stonehurst Manor.
|Queen Deluxe Manor Room with Whirlpool|
|Double Deluxe Manor Room with Fireplace|
|Queen Mountain View Wing|
|Queen Superior Manor Room|
|Queen Deluxe Manor Room with Fireplace|
|Queen Manor Suite|
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Ski Passes Available
Tennis Court, Hiking, Hot Tub, Library
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two additional older children or adults are charged USD 39 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 41 reviews
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Surrounded by the White Mountains, this North Conway bed and breakfast is a 4-minute walk from the Conway Scenic Railroad and Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center.
Score from 220 reviews Wonderful
The Eco-friendly Comfort Inn & Suites hotel is a great place to stay for families and shoppers during the summer and winter months, as well as those looking for a quiet spring or fall getaway.
Score from 107 reviews Wonderful
Located in the White Mountains of North Conway, New Hampshire, this hotel features an indoor pool and a year-round outdoor pool. The hotel offers 2 saunas, and the Mountainside Restaurant.
Score from 431 reviews Excellent
On 165 acres of land on the border of White Mountain National Forest, this resort features hiking trails, a steam room, and both indoor and outdoor pools.
Score from 711 reviews Very good
Superb food both breakfast and dinner.Prime Rib exceptional. Breakfast choices all yummy
Had 2 rooms in Manor. First room had washroom facilities outside of room across a hall Little to no view and second room had a small window looking only at roof. Get room on back of manor if you go
There was a beautiful view from the property. The staff was very friendly. The bar area with the fireplace was a great place to hang out and relax. Especially before dinner.
The food was inconsistent. Some was excellent, the rest was ok, and would come out room temp, or cold. The lights in the dinning room would flicker,as if there was an electrical problem. I could tell we weren't the only guests who noticed. The dining room could use a coat of paint. Especially the area leading to the kitchen. There were parts the white paint was black and worn to bare wood. That just gave an immediate impression of uncleanliness. The heater in the room was very loud and would wake my wife and I out of a sound sleep. The thing that was the biggest problem was the breaker to the room, kept tripping randomly, and only the light to the room was on. It happened 6 times in our 1-1/2 day stay.
The atmosphere of the hotel - beautifully decorated for Halloween. Fantastic views from the hotel, great food.
Although comfortable, the bed and the floorboards creak like mad!
Amazing views. Traditional, classic and classy hotel. Felt cosseted throughout our stay. Wonderful food with plenty of choice. Complimentary canapes in bar. Interesting drinks menu including wine flights.
Portion sizes huge....meant we were never able to sample the delicious looking desserts.
The food was consistently good, representing a great variety of local fare, very well cooked and presented. The ambiance in the lounge and bar was very convivial prior to dinner.
We only have experience of one room, 35, which is on the top floor. There is no lift and the second staircase is not an easy one. There was no offer of help with luggage. The room itself was unheated when we arrived and we had travelled through a little snow on route to North Conway. There are radiators but they, as we were told by the duty manager, are more for show, so a wall heater is available instead, which she found impossible to get to work until taking further instruction herself. It proved to be very noisy. There is a fireplace but it gave out no real heat, it too being more for show. The second day after talking to another member of staff we did return to a warm room because the fan had been on in our absence. The hotel does seem to have repeat visitors, so knowledge of individual rooms must be an especially important factor with regard to this hotel.
The package was good value having breakfast and the evening meal included. The selection and quality of food was amazing. We were in the annex which was very comfortable and just a short walk to the main entrance and the view from the balcony was great - except when it was raining!
The Annex had creaky floor boards which was a bit disturbing in the middle of the night. The room was rather dark due to the tree growing in front of the balcony and the depth of the room, but not a real problem.
Waiting staff at breakfast and the one dinner we tried. Comfy bed.
We had been there when we were first engaged 13 years ago and loved it, and we were happy to see nothing has changed! What we remembered most was the food and it is still fantastic. Our server Meredith was attentive and positive and once informed the kitchen created a gorgeous presentation for our dessert commemorating my husband's birthday and our anniversary.
The rooms were a bit dark - but that may be typical of the era of the Manor itself.
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Food: traditional fare with creative touches and good variety
Food was excellent.
Our room was an attic, very small, bed was not comfortable. Toilet overflowed. I would have preferred one of the nicely decorated room as advertised.
The restaurant was outstanding. The staff were attentive & very kind. The food was excellent. The hors' devoure party was so good I've asked the chef for one of his recipes, which he kindly shared with me. The main house public area is beautiful & the gardens, grounds & views around the manor house are gorgeous.
Our room smelled a bit mildewed & needs some updating. We stayed in a mountainview room which yes had a view, but the area to enjoy the view was along a narrow outdoor corridor that led to the rooms main entry doors. We like older properties that have character & even older creaky floors are charming. The smell of the room however was noticeable the moment we entered the room. These rooms need to be updated so that the rooms match the character of this charming property The public areas are beautiful & well kept.
It was a lovely experience. The staff more than helpful. So pleasant. Bent over backwards to offer help anywhere. It was so comfortable. The food fantastic! ! The property is beautiful. Will definitely try to go back again. Rita Lizotte
What's not to like?
the beautiful rooms.....The lovely .The staff is great!!!!!
Opulent manor home with beautiful paneling, mantels and woodwork. Excellent dinner, good breakfast, courteous staff.
Before booking, inquire if they are hosting any weddings during your stay. We had to listen to several hours of dance music from a reception held in a tent just below our room window. Very intrusive. Our room had a fireplace, unfortunately, you are restricted to burning Duraflame logs.
The food and dining service was outstanding.
For the price, the room we had RM6 did not meet our standards. There was no phone, no room service, no in-room bar no ice machine nearby. The floor was squeaky and seemed to have give in it in places. The decking outside and around was in disrepair. Overall not quite up to the minimum standards we are use to. I would only return if I had a room in the main manor.
The castle was very comfy, Dinning as a whole delicious, The hospitality was over the top.....
No HOTTUB !
Great food very relaxing
History of manor. Main lobby is beautiful.
Very Squeaky floors in room. No ice machine nere room. No direct access to to main lobby. TV reception not so good. Thin walls... And squeaky bed.
The food was awesome and the servers Lisa and Jeff very attentive. Lisa is a great "tour guide" and has sent us to the places that we were interested in seeing.
Only one sitting chair other than the bed and the chair for the desk.
We liked the surroundings and the privacy.
There was really nothing not to like. I was disappointed in one of the meals but that was because it was not what I had expected it to be.
Friendly staff, reasonable priced food and drinks in the bar. Very new and clean. Reasonably priced valet parking ($12/night)
Noisy air conditioners in the room. Deluxe King more expensive than Regular King with little obvious difference except trundle bed under the King and higher floor (but view is the back of two other hotels anyway). Not worth extra.
inn was cozy and friendly Spectacular view of the mts. Great location Very relaxing
The waiters' service Location
&Quot;Booking.com" never mentioned the existence of a room with a bathroom in the hallway and unfortunately, we received the only room in the hotel without a bathroom in it. Since we stayed there 3 nights, our attempts to either change the room or cancel our reservation placed in April, were answered with a polite assertive "no". In addition, since the hotel is more than 100 years old and was never built to function as such, as politely mentioned by Hedy, one of the managers, the rooms are badly lit, the floor and the bed creak and squeak, the mattress was not at all comfortable. We hardly slept a whole night. The air-conditioner is installed in the window in such a way that cold air penetrates through its both sides and we had to put 2 cushions to prevent the wind from penetrating the room!! The lobby and the public areas are also very dark. Breakfast is not self service so it took us more an hour to finish it. The coffee is undrinkable.The hotel also offers dinner called "gourmet", however it was far from it, it was edible, no more. The only advantage was the polite and courteous waiters. I will never recommend this hotel and I'd also suggest "Booking.com" to be more specific in such cases when the bathroom is located outside the room, it should be mentioned and in bold letters.
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