Pilgrim Inn and Cottages

307 US-3 Plymouth Lakes

In a low-rise building hotel on Highway 3, this simple hotel is a mile from swimming and kayaking at Livermore Falls on the Pemigewasset River, and 6 miles from Ice Age–era glacial caves at Polar Caves Park. Unpretentious rooms with exterior entrances feature free Wi-Fi, cable TV and rollaway beds, along with microwaves, mini-fridges, and tea and coffeemakers.

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3.1
152 reviews
  • KENNETH SANBORN
    KENNETH SANBORN
    5 months ago

    $120 for a night in a cabin that when you walked in it stunk so bad That we had to open up the windows just to air the place out. The bathroom sink looked like somebody had just washed their dirty hands in it and there was long black hair on the sink. Had trouble shutting off the hot water in the shower as well. The place was just nasty and I will never stay there again.

  • Lori Wadsworth
    Lori Wadsworth
    7 months ago

    Good - Room was clean and larger than expected. Good location for where I was going. Bad- TV didnt work ,no signal Staff not very friendly Breakfast is so inadequate they should really not bother. Yogurt they served expired

  • James Sun
    James Sun
    a year ago

    Don’t stay at this place - staff don’t have any sense of customer service and they lie to your face. If I could give negative stars like some other reviewers have said, I most certainly would. When I booked the night before my arrival, I was initially offered a motel room, but I specifically asked for a cottage that was a self contained unit not attached to another unit, which I was offered and accepted, only to discover when I checked in that it was actually attached to another unit. We thought it might be ok if the other unit was empty, but later discovered it wasn’t and to our horror the occupants who checked in after us were very noisy (kids jumping on our ceiling nonstop playing video games) and abusive when we politely tried to explain how paper-thin the wall was. When we went to speak with the office, they said all rooms were booked (in fact there were no other vacancies in town at all by this point) and there was nothing they could do. They try to lie to my face that our “cottage” was the only unit available when I booked, even though I was initially offered a motel unit. And when I tried to explain that I would have gone somewhere else if they didn’t lie to me the night before about the “cottage” being self-contained, they really couldn’t care less, lying to my face again that they never confirmed that. These are the same people I personally spoke to on the phone for the booking, so it was just outrageous how they can just lie straight to your face. There was not even a simple apology getting this wrong, they just lied the mistake never happened. If you don’t want to run the risk of noisy neighbors, if you want to deal with decent honest business owners, if you want a clean (carpet was dirty) and functioning room for the night (TV didn’t work and shower knob fell off), stay well away from this god awful place. We didn’t even bother with the sad-looking breakfast and just got out as soon as we could in the morning.

  • Paul Baker
    Paul Baker
    a year ago

    Room smelled, security lights are good, but way to bright. Don't even go to breakfast there. They should not even serve it. Nothing was there, no coffee. We only booked because everything else was booked. But, room was clean. Comfy beds. Pillows sucked. Too hard.

  • David Benoit
    David Benoit
    2 months ago

    Accidentally booked a room on the wrong date and they were kind enough to change the date over and help me out all at 2am, seriously appreciate this place thankyou!

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