Cabot Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Cabot Inn & Suites Lancaster
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... was full of sunny vistas and a setting sun. We arrived at Jackson Lodge just before sundown and booked into our room which is the nicest we've stayed in - it has it's own balcony overlooking the White Mountains. Just enough time for us to grab a drink and some ice before bed! Before we go, don't forget to click on the 'e-mail updates' button underneath our profile picture to get automatically updated when we add a new post to the blog. Over and ...
... to finally find one around 9pm. Good news is that we have a huge room (plenty of bonding in the car today), and there is a great saltwater pool. Kids took a swim and we ordered pizza. Hope to get a good nights rest and then tomorrow, who ...
... they stopped taking orders at 8 pm. Given that this is a family run operation and they were open at 8 am for breakfast, I was delighted they were still open. Based on the recommendation of another couple dining at the next table, I had the salmon special. It was gourmet dining at a campsite. No wonder the restaurant was so busy, even up until closing time. We did not have drinks, but the restaurant was licensed for those wanting a cold one at the end of the day.
... if there was an event going on or if they just loved the winding beautiful roads and scenery around New Hampshire. We started with a trip to the Flume Gorge. Everything about it was great except for the 30 dollars to get in. The Flume was created, in short, millions of years ago when magma rose up to form a huge intrusion of granite rock. The granite fractured like cracks in ice and the cracks were filled in by a less durable rock that eroded after ...
... does not really capture how dense the “clouds” of pollen were. Fortunately, we are feeling no worse that back in AZ.
The drive was gorgeous! Lots of hills and valleys with panoramic views.
We then arrived at the Moose River Campground alongside the Moose River (of course). This is a small, but clean and nice park with very long pull thrus that is ...