No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member Reviews1785 Inn North Conway
A very nice Motel. The restaurant was very posh. We got Sorbet between courses which we do not get very often. Also the view in the gardens is worth the price in itself.
The staff were all very friendly.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews 1785 Inn North Conway
Travel Blogs from North Conway
We drove the relatively small distance of 290 miles from Newport to Conway. We stopped off for a picnic on the way to break up the journey.
We arrived at our Motel, the 1785 Inn, we had a glass of Wine sitting outside. The views of the white mountains were amazing. We went for a Pizza Hut for tea.
After getting some advice from a …
... there and by the time we were ready to hit the road the temperature was rising and lots of people were arriving.
... can share with my students. There was a short video that I'd like to show in my Small Business Management class, followed by a birds-eye view of the factory floor where they were actively making ice cream. Then of course, everyone's favorite part -- the tasting! Contrary to popular belief, you don't just get to sample as many different flavors as you want. The scoop out portions of one flavor and everyone gets one. ...
... one car at a time. This made for some nerve testing moments, especially since this is the only road up/down the mountain!
Imagine two cars passing with a fraction of an inch between their side mirrors and a steep drop down with no barrier at the edge of the road! But don't let that scare you!
If you get the chance to take the road to the top by all means do it! The views are breath-taking and will afford everyone a zen-like experience.
Once at the top, ...
... the way up, we started to notice small patches of snow and ice that remained on the ground. Being late April and actually fairly warm, we were a bit surprised but pleased at the novelty - to the extent that we took a photo of Nay holding a chunk of icy snow. This seemed pretty funny on our way back down, since by the top of the trail we were walking on thick snow and feeling grateful for the layers of clothing we’d worn. It took an hour to reach the top and it ...