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I have had many stays at the Inn and am always completely satisfied with the management, staff and rooms. They have always been gracious in making accommodations for pets, children or special requests.
President's Day Weekend 2018: We were greeted by a unwelcoming Innkeeper (Mr. Jack Elliot) who had rationalized giving away our specifically prepaid and guaranteed room ($250.00 a night) to another patron, supposedly to accommodate a pet. What?? We stood our ground and the Innkeeper...More
The Inn was full of charm, with a historic feeling and evident quality throughout. I was in the garret, room 44. It was fully equipped with a modern bathroom and a comfortable be. The TV channels and service was extensive, and the room was spacious...More
This was our first visit to this area and it was in the middle of winter and shortly after a severe nor-easter so everything was still buried in snow and made for an incredibly beautIful winter land scape. The Inn is fairly self contained with...More
We spent a story book christmas at the Lyme Inn. The Inn itself is beautiful and well-maintained. Our suite was huge, spotless and the bed was comfortable. The inn keeper was friendly and accommodating. My only minor complaint was that the soap and shampoo provided...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..."