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Loved it. Located on Lafayette, off Rt 1. Old Yankee Tavern. Now connected to Lamies in Hampton, NH. Originally in Hampton Beach. Burned down so they moved here. Wide variety of choices for herbivores or carnivores, as well as those who love seafood, locally obtained....More
We didn't expect luxury based on the price, but the bathroom was exceptionally small. The facility is dated, but clean. Cute bed with a canopy and great pillows.
Service throughout the hotel and bar was superb.
My wife and I stopped here on the way to Bar Harbor, Maine and we were pleasantly surprised with the uniqueness of this place. It’s not your typical “chain” hotel/inn, it has a beautiful landscape outside and we discovered that the ocean is a 6...More
This historic, 18th-century inn is the epitome of New England charm. Originally built in 1740, it still uses real keys to open the guest rooms. I stayed in the room occupied by President and Mrs. Eisenhower in 1963, when they came with a family entourage...More
We had a not-so-good first visit to Old Salt (just blah food and service). We went a second time and much better. Long, long wait so make reservations on weekends.
We sat in the pub area. Service was verrrrry slow. A round of drinks, lobster...More
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We found the rooms very quiet, but we were opposite end from restaurant/lounge. There is not an elevator. The stairs are steep so if one may have challenges, request downstairs. The inn is located on the main drag of the... More
We found the rooms very quiet, but we were opposite end from restaurant/lounge. There is not an elevator. The stairs are steep so if one may have challenges, request downstairs. The inn is located on the main drag of the town and the ocean is a short drive east.