by Mike Ewing
The Maple Leaf Motel in North Conway NH is an excellent choice for any travelling group or family. This small motel in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley in New Hampshire offers a quaint, personal touch characteristic of the beautiful surrounding countryside. Guests can enjoy privacy and comfort in their rooms, each of which is clean and has tasteful New England decor. Each room features a double bed and single bed, a full private bath, CCTV, a microwave, a refrigerator, Wi-Fi access and air conditioning.
Guests at the Maple Leaf Motel can explore the many local attractions in Mount Washington Valley. Year-round, you can enjoy sites such as the Mount Washington Observatory, the Mount Washington Valley Children’s Museum, and the Settler’s Green Outlet Village. In the summer, you can catch a ride on the Conway Scenic Railroad, shoot golf at the North Conway Country Club, and explore all of the scenic countryside by kayaking, canoeing, hiking and biking. Many more attractions also open during the winter.
Our Editor Loves
- Quaint, personal feel
- Free Wi-Fi
- In-room mini-fridges
- Free Wi-Fi
Short version: MOTEL IS UNDER EXTREMELY POOR MANAGEMENT/OWNERSHIP and I would avoid doing business with this company.
More detailed version: I booked a reservation a year in advance through Hotels.com. Weeks later I was contacted by the motel stating that they needed to charge me extra because their prices would be increasing for 2020. It's unfortunate that there was an error on Hotels.com side or the motels side but that is not my error and Hotels.com has a price guarantee so basically the only way they could get out of my reservation was to rebook me at a different hotel, which would be more expensive. Maple Leaf was not happy with this option but because they were in contract they would honor the price. Fast forward 4 months later, I get a call from Maple Leaf letting me know that they are cancelling their contract with Expedia (Hotels.com). So I say "what does that mean for my reservation?' To which she repeated that she just wanted to let me know that she was cancelling her contract with them. So I ask my question again, where she then repeats herself again. I'm a little frustrated, I didn't raise my voice but I ask "are you telling me this because you want me to cancel my reservation? I can't believe you would risk losing my whole reservation, over your error." She then started to repeat herself again and then mid sentence hung up on me!
At this point I will let Hotels.com handle the situation and will take my business elsewhere.
These are cute little cabins with the necessities. Clean & Comfortable. Extremely friendly owners that love the valley & take pride in their business.Great location to stay, very easy to get to town or shopping!