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Woodwards Resort and Inn offers 142 well-appointed rooms with compact refrigerators, coffee makers, and complimentary Wi-Fi. This "stay & play" property features a family-friendly restaurant open for breakfast and dinner seasonally, Pub with stone fireplace and outdoor deck overlooking a duck & trout pond, 2 indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, Jacuzzi, tennis & racquetball courts and a variety of seasonal on-site activities including outdoor summer movies and lighted ice skating pond with free skates available. The Inn building, located 300 yards north of The Resort, offers budget-standard rooms and family suites with kitchenettes, separate living rooms, Jacuzzi tubs, and fireplaces. Seasonal restaurant specials offered and local area attraction tickets are available for purchase at the front desk.
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Without a doubt, the worst hotel experience I have ever encountered....
Poorly trained staff took 40 minutes to check us in. We were given a room down the street in an adjacent "overflow" property that was absolutely filthy. Neither the hot tub, nor the fireplace...More
Our room was inexpensive comparatively and clean and comfortable! My daughter loved the ducks in the pond by the gazebo. The jacuzzi and pool are nice too. It was a great value and close to Franconia State Park and the Kancamangus Highway. Perfect location! Had...More
The rooms were not clean. There was bugs in the room. And the room was freezing . Wasn't a nice stay. I wouldnt stay here again it was run down. You could look out the the air conditioning unit and ser parking lot.
What was once a meticulously kept, updated, extremely clean place to stay has become something way less than budget accommodations at premier accommodations’ rates. Check-in was long and laborious. The indoor pool building (where my room, #65, was located) was odorous. My room was dark...More
With a party of 5 women attending the Highland games. Rooms old, linens old, furniture old, pool area old and dark, Restaurant now open for breakfast only...Breakfast waitress (only 1 working) appeared and acted to be on drugs...waffle came out cold. Other orders came out...More