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Spent a couple of days getaway from the hustle and bussle of New York, my wife and I came to the Inn to experience some old country charm.
The Inn is a fabulous building with lots of charm and history flowing through its creaky wooden...More
A group of seniors stopped here for lunch on our way to Norman Rockwell Museum. We had a choice of turkey dinner with potatoes ,stuffing, and cranberry sauce. Or the Cod fish dinner with potatoes and string beans and we also were served desert
My sister and her friend from France and I stayed at the Red Lion in September. We were treated like royalty. First we got a free upgrade to a suite of rooms so all of us had our own space. It was warm enough to...More
Gio and I have been meeting friends around Christmas at The Red Lion for almost 20 years now! The Inn is one of the oldest in America and it has the History to go with it!
The hallways are filled with pictures, antiques, furniture and...More
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Response from Michele K, General Manager at The Red Lion InnResponded 3 January 2018
Thank you for your kind review. The Red Lion Inn embodies the spirit of the holidays in New England. From our Norman Rockwell Re-creation weekend, our daily entertainment in the lobby next to the roaring fire, sitting among our caroling figurines adorning our mantel, or...More
As I have stated in other reviews I have been coming to the Red Lion for years. I am beginning to wonder if I have to start mourning the loss of an old friend as this was the second time I have had a horrific...More
Response from jfelicetti | Reviewed this property |
All have private bathrooms except those considered "B&B rooms" - these have a sink in the room and shared (but individual user) baths down the hall. B&B rooms also include a small breakfast or breakfast credit.