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We stayed at this resort for 6 days ,really cute comfy cabins near to several attractions, various types of cabins for a couple or large families, we had a cottage with queen size bed, large sofa ,small dining table with 2 chairs, small cozy bathroom,...More
We booked a last-minute stay here in June. We've stayed before in one of the renovated cabins, and this time we were across the street in one that has not yet been re-done. It was definitely not fancy, but it was clean and comfy for...More
We are a European couple (British and German) and stopped for a couple of nights at the Maple Lodge Cabins during our New England Road trip route through New Hampshire in early October 2016
The area around the cabins includes some breathtakingly beautiful spots, amongst...More
Smaller then expected, Bathroom very tight quarters, Sofa to uncomfortable to sit on. Kitchenette was fine had a stove, micro and cooking utensils dishes and silverware. Porch was ok, sat out at night and played cards.
This was our third year staying at Maple Lodge for the New Hampshire Highland Games. I find cabin accommodations charming and am willing to overlook dated fixtures etc. In 2016 there was a short-lived change in management which allowed things to get more run down....More
USD 125 - USD 184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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