Please note that while this is a great spot for families and young ones, this is a poor spot for food. The daily fare was so bad that our family reunion group ate only breakfast at the Inn, and prepared all other meals at cottages. The menu aside, the actual problem was with the contents of the food: Canned fruit, (an apricot and oragnge salad--both from the can--on iceberg lettuce, one leaf...?) iceberg lettuce, overcooked vegetables, canned soup, and the like. Crudites are passed--and many come right from the jar! This was a recall of 1950's era food, and such a shame in an area full of farms, with lots of strawberries, rhubarb, fresh vegetables, all in the farmers markets. We cannot recommend this place as a three meal day experience, and we think most of the visitors probably serve and eat better food at home than they possibly can at this Inn. That's a disconnect. We took the family out to another nearby Inn for dinner one night, and had delicious field greens salad, simple fresh main course, wonderful fruit dessert--can the Twin Village Inn try harder?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Twin Lake Village is an all inclusive resort offering rooms in the hotel, two and three bedroom suites and a variety of cottages ranging in size from three to eight bedrooms. We operate on the American Plan so breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily in the hotel dining room. Enjoy swimming in Little Lake Sunapee, golfing on our nine hole par three golf course or a tennis match on one of our three clay courts. If you prefer, you can relax with a book in one of the rocking chairs that adorn all of our large sprawling porches.The Kidder family has been welcoming guests since 1897. From homemade breads and real TLV maple syrup to Monday night bingo and picnics on Mt. Kearsarge little things make a big difference to us. Bring your family to meet our family for an old-fashioned vacation. ... more less