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Every summer we stay at Carroll Motel & Cottages and can honestly say it is the highlight of our summer! The cottages are always very clean and welcoming and the grounds around the motel and cottages are impeccable. Most importantly, the owners Brian and Cyndi,...More
This is the second time Me and my boyfriend stay at the the Carroll motel&cottages we stay 2nights 3 days we had the best time we stay in cottage 14 it was so cute so clean everyone was so nice and we saw the best...More
Stayed as a family for 2 nights in #15 and enjoyed it very much. We loved how close it is to all kinds of activities in the White Mountains. A number of good hikes are close by, and Santa's Village is only 20 minutes away.The...More
Stayed two nights in mid June. Very clean, and the owners obviously take pride in their units. But when other reviewers use "cozy", they really mean small. Not a big issue for us though. The sink is pretty much in your lap when using the...More
I didn't think much of the place when our group arrived but it grew on me. The place is clean, the owners were very nice and accommodating. The cleaning staff was thorough and we did not need to ask for anything. The only thing that...More
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The Ammunusic river is within walking distance from us. Anyone 16 and old needs a NH fishing license, for 2016 the cost is $10 for a day. They also have a 3 day license. You can get a license across the street at... More
The Ammunusic river is within walking distance from us. Anyone 16 and old needs a NH fishing license, for 2016 the cost is $10 for a day. They also have a 3 day license. You can get a license across the street at Fosters Crossroads.:)
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"You can choose between a traditional motel unit or little free standing cottages."