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We stayed one night for a wedding. Our room was spacious, well appointed, very clean and comfortable. We had our 13 yr old son with us so we had a pull-out couch that was also comfortable. The Inn has a wonderful charm and we would...More
We Stayed here 4.5 days in order to visit our daughter in Hanover. Lyme is a crossroads hamlet about 9 miles north of Hanover. It is a true Inn/bed-and-breakfast. High quality room (ours was a queen suite), beautiful grounds, enchanting dining room and menu to...More
This was our second time staying at The Lyme Inn; we'd enjoyed ourselves so much the first time that we wanted to come back for this special occasion and do it again! Our pleasurable experience began with our telephone call to book our stay; the...More
I’ve been to Lyme uncountable times in my life. My grandparents lived here for 60 years but somehow I never managed to make it to this amazing moment of “spring” they call Maple Sugaring. It’s truly a bucket list event. There are plenty of other...More
Returned to prepare my home for Mud season following the harsh winter of 2017-18!!! No water nor heat at home,so I returned to my Lyme Inn Watering Hole, My Cheers. The always welcoming service and friend Jack Elliot innskeeper, warm embrace from bartender, Ashley and...More
Response from William S | Property representative |
My name is Bill Sawyer, and I am the Operations Manager here at the Inn. If the person confined to,and depending on -the width of the wheelchair, getting into the rooms may be an issue. We have rooms that have showers... More
My name is Bill Sawyer, and I am the Operations Manager here at the Inn. If the person confined to,and depending on -the width of the wheelchair, getting into the rooms may be an issue. We have rooms that have showers without tubs,as well as with, and there are grip bars in each. We have an elevator that will service the second and third floors, and there are no rooms on the first floor. I would encourage you to take a look at some of our larger rooms (34&35) on our website (thelymeinn) There you will see pictures of each room and get a better idea of what we offer. Please also feel free to call me directly at 603-795-4824 with any other questions. We hope to see you soon!
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"Speak with the receptionist for more info on the rooms. I've been there 2 times and stayed in a suite..."