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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

We landed here due to a last minute need. It was a beautiful place to stay with fairly spacious rooms, and a very good restaurant with a lovely outdoor courtyard. They don't have every amenity (no in-room refrigerator), but they are very accommodating (offered to put some items in a central fridge with our room number on it). Staff was very helpful all around.

Stayed: August 2017
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Tom_hotelier, General Manager at Exeter Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2017

Dear Rooface,

Thank you for choosing the Exeter Inn and Epoch Restaurant & Bar!

We are glad that we were able to turn your last minute need into a positive experience!

Best Regards,

Thomas

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Reviewed 30 July 2017

We stayed for one night and found our room quiet and cozy. It was roomy and comfortably furnished. There is a restaurant on the first level and a little bar where we had a couple of very pricey drinks. There is plenty of free parking and it is very close to the Phillips Exeter Academy and a walkable half mile down Front Street into the downtown. There are a few shops and an ice cream shop downtown. By the time we got to the downtown, almost everything was closed, except the ice cream shop. At night, it appears as though every loud truck and motorcycle in New Hampshire chooses to drive through the town.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Tom_hotelier, General Manager at Exeter Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2017

Dear AllEars00,

Thank you for choosing the Exeter Inn and Epoch Restaurant & Bar!

We are glad that you had such a nice stay! We appreciate your feedback and look forward to hosting you again in the future!

Best Regards,

Thomas

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Reviewed 29 July 2017

The town is beautiful. The outside of the building is beautiful. However, our check in was 9pm at night and they stuck us in a tiny tiny queen sized bed room. The top of the comforter had brown stuff on it. I think it may have been from the chocolate chip cookies they leave in the rooms for their guest. How it got on there, i dont want to know. So instead of complaining, I just took the top layer of the bed off. I'm sure they had way better rooms than what we got for other people. Or at least I hope. The shower water pressure was not very good. Definitely dissapointed in the price of this inn. It should have been way less especially how old the rooms were. There is a difference is old and dirty and I consider this room not clean.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 29 July 2017

My daughter and I had a few days off from work and decided on Exeter, New Hampshire for its historic charm and proximity to Hampton Beach. The inn is comfortable and friendly, but certainly not luxurious. For more than $200 per night I expected a few more amenities, like a small dresser or chest of drawers, and perhaps a small refrigerator. An in-room safe would have been a plus, but none of those amenities were in our room. However, the beds were comfortable and the bathroom was more than adequate. No tub, but a very nice glass-walled shower with good water temperature control and pressure. Free wifi was a bit slow at times but acceptable.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Visiting an old friend for a few days and wanted to be as close to "town center" as possible; this was definitely the place to be! If you appreciate antiques and value the past, you will love this Inn. The rooms were spacious, the beds comfortable. The ambience of yesteryear exudes from the dark wood moldings and the wide staircase, comfortable and tastefully decorated.... just gorgeous! **Note; If you like shiny and new, this is NOT your place.
The staff was welcoming and friendly. Sorry, I didn't have time for dinner or drinks, but many guests, apparently, did. Next time!

Room Tip: There is an elevator, making any floor convenient. I was not bothered by noise either inside or outside the Inn.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled solo
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