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Travel simply and enjoy an easy stop on the road at the Econo Lodge Lakes Region hotel in West Ossipee, NH. We give our valued guests easy access to such nearby points of interest as Castle in the Clouds, White Lakes State Park, Big Rock Cave, Lake Winnipesaukee, Indian Mound Golf Club, Ossipee Lake and Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm. Amenities include free WiFi, free ample parking, free Easy Starts continental breakfast, free coffee, business and fitness centers and guest laundry facilities. Cozy guest rooms feature a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and flat-screen TV. Also, earn...More details
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Reviewed 8 november, 2020
My boyfriend and I were in town for one night and were surprised at the quality of this stay! We booked because it was cheap, not expecting much, but it was a very nice experience. The man at the front desk was extremely friendly and even gave us breakfast sandwiches in the morning. The room itself was very clean and it was nice and quiet. We plan to come back!
Nice overnight stay!
Reviewed 11 october, 2020
We were on the road travelling when the GM, Mitch, called to inform us that there was an issue with overbookong. We explained we were already driving in the mountains and hours from home. He assured us that he'd figure it out. When we arrived around 4pm - sure enough he had and we checked in. Mitch and Marla were very accomodating even moving us to the first floor since I was traveling with my mom whose disabled. The rooms are perfectly fine for a little lodge in NH - just what you'd expect. While a little older they are clean, smell fresh, provide all the comforts of home such as flat screens, WiFi, and a comfy bed. Our room even had a mini-fridge and microwave. The outside is very plain and more run down, but most things are in that type of landscape. The rooms were definitely up to choice standards which is why I always choose to stay with them honestly. Some mentioned in there reviews that there isn't much around - duh! It's a small town in the mountains not North Conway. Everything you need is within a couple miles; some fast food places, plenty of convenience stores, dollar general, gas stations, and a few restaurants. We highly recommend Jakes Seafood and Grille as well as the Wooden Spoon for breakfast! Also down 16 is the Ossipee overlook (see some pictures below) - check it out! Beautiful and not overly crowded! One last note, the gentleman at check out was a gem; checking on our stay, offering us a breakfast sandwich for the road (assuming they handle those things due to covid), and letting us know it was their pleasure to have us as guests and to visit again soon. I love simple hospitality! My brother and his family have a camp in the area - I promise we'll be back! Thank you to Mitch, Marla, and the staff! P.S. If your concerned about covid measures - this lodge is on top of it. Masks are required for common areas, hand sanitizer available for guests, plexi glass dividers, and all.
Reviewed 9 august, 2020
Clean, air conditioned, refrigerator, cable TV, close to stores, excellent price. The owners were super friendly. Activity room (pool table and darts) and exercise room. Stayed one night and could not have had a better stay. We were the only people in the lobby so I didn't notice any social distancing markings. I did not venture from my room so I don't know about the other questions below.
Trusted owner and staffs
Reviewed 28 october, 2019
I had stayed with this Econo Lodge 2360 white mountain Hwy West Ossipee NH 03890....it is so pleasant to stay, clean environment, friendly staffs and especially they are very honest and trusted...i left the place and forgot my 18k golden necklace...i called them back to see whether they found it while cleaning the room....they called me back and informed me that they saw my necklace and returned to my hometown address..what a awesome people..thanks a lot for being so honest and kind....
Find someplace else!
Reviewed 16 september, 2019
We were attending a wedding at a nearby summer camp, so our options were very limited and we ended up at this place. If I were paying $79.95/night, this might be marginally acceptable. But for $150 a night? Here's what we found: The first sight upon entering the room is badly stained and worn carpet. The bathtub is scaling and stained, nothing you would ever take a bath in, and barely OK for a shower. There is no full-length mirror, a basic minimum for any hotel room. The towels are few and flimsy; we get much nicer at our gym. The walls are paper-thin, making it easy to hear the conversation in the next room (want a Red Bull and vodka? that's what they were making...) There ought to be a bed table and lamp on each side of the bed; there was only one. The pillows and blanket were junk. An alarm went off overnight and took a long, long time to be shut off. The (very minimal) "fitness room" is only open from 10 AM to 6 PM; most people want to exercise at the beginning or end of the day, but that's not an option. And most of the times we went in and out, no one was visible at the front desk. Hard to believe this place meets the standards of any chain, and it certainly didn't meet ours.