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Reviewed 31 August 2016 via mobile

I have been going to Twin Lake Village for more than 50 years and there is no place like it. It is like going back to summer camp where I went for 8 summers in nearby Andover, New Hampshire.
Twin Lake has a 9 hole golf course, 3 har-tru tennis courts, a boat house where you can canoe, fish or rent a sail fish. It offers three meals a day. It also has a bingo night and a dance night for children. A highlight is the Tuesday night picnic at the halfway house on nearby Mt. Kearsarge. It is on the outskirts of New London, New Hampshire, a charming college town, (Colby Sawyer College,) with a very old summer stock theater in an old barn, called The Barn Playhouse. There are several nifty restaurants, some even gourmet, and several clothing stores as well.
The prices at Twin Lake defy the imagination as they are very reasonable.
Twin Lake's season is from the last week in June to the 3rd week in August.
It is a truly wonderful operation that has delicious food and daily
maid service.
Do check it out!

Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Courtney069
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

This is a hard place to review. It is an old-fashioned full American plan country resort. I have come here for four years as part of a family reunion my sister-in-law hosts. Three meals are served daily in the main dining room, which is pleasant. An example of good and not so -- the room is clean and comfortable, but it is very noisy -- the conversations taking place and the wait servers who have not been taught to be quiet with handfuls of silverware. The food is good. The portions are often too small, especially the entrees. But there is always a nice choice of courses, and there are plenty of courses every meal so you don't leave feeling hungry -- just disappointed sometimes. Other than the noise, the waitstaff is 100% young people (high school or college), and they are unfailingly friendly and courteous and accommodating.
There are activities. Again, good and not so: there is a lake for swimming, but the "beach" is small, the sand is poor quality, mosquitoes abound, and if you go too far to one side in the water there are a lot of leeches waiting for you (no kidding -- we've had to pull them off). But if you stay in the center they're not there.
There's no TV, which is good or not so. You see a lot of young parents and people 60 and over. There are a lot of babies and young children. A 16-or-so teenager seems to be rare -- I guess tis old-fashioned place doesn't appeal to them, yet.
The porches on the man house and the cottages have rockers, and are great for sitting, rocking, and reading. In a word, to slow down.
Asked to give stars, I wanted to give three for in the middle. But three stars meant "Average," and this place is no way average. It is very uncommon. So I went to four stars, although that means "Very Good" and I just couldn't go that far.

Room Tip: Try to get a cottage close to the main house with the dining room. Otherwise it can be a long walk to every meal.
  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank Dan P
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Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

I've been coming to TLV for over 50 years and it's still the same place with golf, tennis, the lake (Little Lake Sunapee) & three meals a day plus a Tuesday night picnic on Mt. Kersarge. TLV is a main lodge with outlying cabins and hotel rooms including daily maid service. The Kidder family has run this very special place since its inception and now the 4th & 5th generation are operating it.
It is an incredible bargain and aamazing destination about an hour north of the Manchester, NH airport.

Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Courtney069
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Reviewed 12 July 2015 via mobile

Great place to bring the family. Very affordable. The cottages are rustic with fireplaces & has house keeping. Food is average and breakfast is the best! The wait staff is great and hard working, very friendly and accommodating . Great Lake, par 3 golf course , tennis , shuffle board tooOur family and friends have been coming to TLV for 60 years

Stayed: July 2015
2  Thank Randilathrop
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Reviewed 3 June 2015

This is the best place left on the planet for a family vacation with something to do for everyone. You can play golf, do boating and kayaking, swimming in the beautiful lake, fishing for trout, hiking, picnic on the mountain, play tennis, badminton, play bingo on bingo night, dance at the "children's dance night", play cards in the card room or in you own private cottage, have the preschoolers play in the playhouse while the parents play something else, three meals a day, and so much more! All this is included in a very reasonable weekly rate. Families have been coming there over 100 years. It is a family-run operation with presently the fourth generation running it. Kids and families get to know one another, and some even get married there! A TLV wedding is planned this June. The resort is situated in New London, and parts of it are very uniquely and beautifully rustic. So it may not be for everyone, but if you are looking for a family vacation spot that just keeps growing on you, year after year, this is definitely for you. We started out going there when we were first married 42 years ago for one week, then I it gradually went to two weeks, and now that we are retired, we spend most of the summer there. Can't beat it! Looking forward to going up in a few weeks again this year!

Room Tip: If you're a family, get a cottage. If a couple, the main house, annex or "Kidder House" are good choices.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank Gabriele V
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