I really enjoy staying at the south mountain resort. The resort and the rooms are clean, spacious, updated with all of the amenities, and a giant plus is having two bathrooms in the room! The kids love the indoor pool and the hottub is great after a long day of skiing.
Beautiful mountain resort. Close to everything that the town has to offer! Friendly and helpful staff!! Shuttle bus to mountain, great kitchens, two bathrooms, awesome pool and gameroom. Skiing is right down the road.
We stayed at this location and have enjoyed it very much. The weekend rained but that did not deter the grandkids. Approximately an hour away from Santa’s Village and the drive to it with the great scenery of the mountains. Accommodations were very nice two bedroom suites with all the amenities, indoor pool, game rooms etc. we will try for the three bedroom suite next time. It has a media movie room in the 1950 sq ft room. Service at the front desk was perfect.
This was the final leg on our 10 day trip from Ontario to Boston, up to Portsmouth then via Conway to Lincoln NH. We had traded a timeshare week for 7 days at the SouthMountain Resort and everything was first rate. The staff went out of their way to be helpful with all sorts of local knowledge and recommendations. We were lucky to get a one bedroom suite with a large balcony facing the river and the foliage. Great indoor pool and hot-tub and over 250 trails to hike nearby.
Definitely try to ask for a suite facing the river and the foliage
BBQ’s on-site are not gas but need charcoal and lighter from the grocery store 500yds away
There are limited walking trails in Lincoln proper, but we discovered a great trail that goes across a bridge over the river then heads east on a winding, walkable trail to the Loon resort, then back across the river at Loon Mountain Road and then back along a nice paved path back into town. All in about 11,000 steps for you Fitbit users and maybe 4-5 miles total. A good walk.
Lincoln was an old logging company town with a rich history. The Upper Pemigewasset Historical Museum is worth a visit. Limited hours, but staffed by volunteers with a deep knowledge of the area. Open Wednesdays and Saturday’s. Admission is free but leave a donation
This is a time-share facility, and that is felt in every level.
No housekeeping, no food, lots of marketing pressure.
Shame, as otherwise pretty neat facility, plus has a nice warm outdoors pool amidst the mountains