Wonderful place rich in history; richer in character. The staff was wonderful the first time on the way to our destination, we stopped again on the way home. We loved the personal attention like taking us to our room, etc. And the Tavern was fantastic for breakfast and even better for dinner.
Kevin from Towson, MD
Situated in the historical district, this historic inn is close to University of New Hampshire. Area attractions also include …More
I was traveling with my daughter and her labrador retriever. It's the first time I've ever used a "pet friendly" establishment. It couldn't have been nicer! We had a first floor room, near an exit door. Room was small but immaculate and very beautifully and thoughtfully furnished, with both a refrig and microwave. Tea, coffee, snacks and fresh fruit were available at no charge to guests. Continental breakfast was great! And they had dog bones for us on arrival. Very pleasant overnight stay.
Charlotte from Brewster, MA
Situated near the beach in the city center, this inn is close to Tuck Museum, Seacoast Fire Museum, and James House. Local …More
This is a wonderful place to stay in an idyllic town. I love Exeter, but had never stayed at the Exeter Inn. I will be back! The inn has great amenities, and a perfect location: a nice walk to the heart of the village, close to PEA, but calm and quiet in the immediate vicinity. It would have been nice to have a coffee maker in the room, but that was the only small quibble. I would highly recommend thie Exeter Inn.
Stephen from Ottawa, Canada
Situated in the city center, this inn is close to Exeter Historical Society, Phillips Exeter Academy, and American …More
Rooms were so nice. We lived the pool area. Breakfast area needs more chairs and tables. Breakfast did not have any hot food which made it hard for my husband because he has a gluten allergy and couldn't eat any of it.
Tara from springville, Indiana
Situated near the bay, this hotel is close to Jackson House Museum, George Rodgers House, and Albacore Park. Also nearby are …More