Last weekend my mother, Mini-Mom, Little Dude and I decided to get away for the weekend and since we wanted to stay within New England for this family weekend, we decided to head north to Lincoln New Hampshire. We had a wonderful time at this family-friendly resort while playing bingo, hot tubbing in the snow, swimming the pool, partaking in arts & crafts and relaxing near the ski slopes!
We were very grateful to be hosted by the Inn Seasons Resort Pollard Brook located in Lincoln, NH. This Five-Star condominium resort, borders 750,000 acres of the White Mountain National Forest. All the condos are 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms with a living room, full kitchen, bathroom with jacuzzi tub and fireplace. We stayed in a one bedroom condo, they had sent up a pack & play ahead of our arrival and it fit perfectly in the bedroom with plenty of room to maneuver. The kitchen was fully stocked and I was very excited to see a list of items the hotel had on hand to help make the stay more comfortable. The list for little ones was the most impressive I have ever seen at a hotel including baby gates, high chair, plug protectors, rocking chairs and even a stroller!
This resort also features quite a few different amazing amenities. We were able to enjoy their game room, pool, sauna, and outdoor hot tub. Because of the many feet of snow we weren’t able to take advantage of some of the warmer weather amenities such as their outdoor pool, playground, and tennis courts! The resort also has a wonderful activities department with organized activities Monday-Saturday as well as movies, sleds, and snow gear available for rent. Mini-Mom was excited to bring Grandma to Slime time in the “fun factory” where they made their own slime. They also attended Saturday evening BINGO and then peaked in on the nightly movie showing.
The location of this resort is quite spectacular. It is nestled on the side of a mountain, across from Loon Ski slopes. They even offer a complimentary shuttle over to the mountain. Lincoln also is home to the very popular Ice Castles which unfortunately closed a week before our visit. The town is not far from Lake Winnipesaukee, North Conway, or even Concord. It is only a 2-hour drive from Boston(and 3 hrs from the Cape without traffic)
Overall, this resort was beyond what we expected. I have never stayed at a resort that has been so wonderfully accommodating to families before. They clearly have thought of everything that a family could want. We look forward to going back in the future, hopefully in the summer to check out all the amenities!