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We arrived at the Lyme Inn on a picture-perfect snowy late winter evening. We were greeted warmly and shown to our room---a "junior suite". The room was at the front, quite large, with a great view overlooking the long village green, and also a cozy...More
We Stayed here 4.5 days in order to visit our daughter in Hanover. Lyme is a crossroads hamlet about 9 miles north of Hanover. It is a true Inn/bed-and-breakfast. High quality room (ours was a queen suite), beautiful grounds, enchanting dining room and menu to...More
This Inn was everything you could want in an inn in New England. The staff was helpful and friendly, the rooms were decorated in a way that felt more like home than a hotel, the location was very nice, and the restaurant that is part...More
My daughter and I stayed here and were quite happy with our experience. The room was nice, clean and comfortable and it was clear that the owners had put a significant amount of capital into the relatively recent renovation. The restaurant was quite good as...More
This lovely small inn - in a beautiful setting of a quaint small town in New Hampshire right near the border of Vermont - is a favorite of ours for a couple of years now. We have visited often and were there for Christmas 2017...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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"I always suggest staying away from elevators, but this place is quiet as a rule."