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Location, quaint, affordable, surrounding fall foliage was beautiful
The hotel staff was unfriendly. The only amenity was coffee which was available in an outer vestibule, but there was no decaf. They charged for ice and it was unavailable after hours. The rooms were not clean. They have hot water heat (which is wonderful) but there were layers of dust on the tops of the registers. The rooms have storm doors on them that slam shut. I still have a rather large bruise on my arm from the storm door slamming into me. Over all - I cannot reccommend the Maple Leaf Motel, and would, in fact, reccommend that it not be used.
The town of Littleton is a gem, and the centre within walking distance of the motel. Our single queen room was smaller than many other budget motel rooms we have stayed in, but was adequate.
I enjoyed my stay at the Maple Leaf. The family running the grounds clearly cared about their guests and were very accommodating. They were knowledgeable about the immediate area, hospitable, and personable. I would definitely return to this hotel. The interior of the rooms looked a little cheap and dated, though the stay was fairly inexpensive comparable to the surrounding hotels in the area with the same commodities at the time, especially since it was during peak color season in the fall.
The location to our family. No
The facility is older but well maintained. The owners, Chris and Nancy are on site and hands on. A comfortable visit.
The facilities were very good as we had a kitchen where we could cook for ourselves and make picnics. The supermarket was nearby. We were able to go out for the whole day and return to a nice appartment.
The Maple Leaf has very clean rooms. Nice full kitchen. Flat screen T.V. , good cable channels and wifi. Very friendly owners. A very relaxing atmosphere. Great location!
We will be using them from now on! Bed was a bit hard
Our room was very clean. The owners (hosts) were friendly and helpful. No complaints at all.
very well run no tea coffee maker in room
Good location, near mountains, near town, but not in noisy area. Good value. Nice room. bed too hard
It was a short stay, with a full day of prep for the Rugby festival and golf and saturday's early start for the rugby. End of stay
The grounds were very nicely kept. A fire pit with wood was available on the premises which we enjoyed! The gentleman at the front desk was very helpful and recommended an awesome place for dinner. The bed was Very comfortable and the room was very clean.
Good location relative to where I was working Don't ask for a wake up call. You'll get a gruff "use the alarm clock in the room".
The rooms are not fancy but clean and comfortable enough. The location is fantastic and the little town of Franconia is very cute. The hotel's surrounding gardens are very pretty as well. We had an issue with our wi fi and the staff worked quickly to fix it. The rooms could be updated and more bedding is needed in the colder months.
D.I.Y. waffle maker for the included continental breakfast. Blind in the bathroom stuck open giving no privacy. Staff didn't know the opening hours of the only store in town 1 mile away. Décor was tired but clean.
My money back.
The room itself was fine. The lodge was old. The furniture upstairs was covered with dust covers( apparently don't sit here) and the furniture was very old. The drapes to the walk out porch were pulled closed so you couldn't go out. It had seen better days. The whole town was basically closed up. Only place open to eat was a pizza joint. Everything else was closed.