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post #1 of 4 Old 06-16-2012, 07:06 AM Thread Starter
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looking for bike-friendly lodge in Conway,NH and Killington,VT


i'm looking to get your suggestions for lodge. There might be place wich are more accomodant to bikers, with safe parking, or washing station.
I'm not necessarely looking for a place where I can bring the bike in my room...

I'm leaving quebec city on monday morning for a 4-day trip in new england.

I plan staying one night in Conway,NH, and two nights in Killington,VT

Jour 1

jour 2

jour 3

Jour 4

I won't be going off pavement as my father is coming with me, riding a can-am spyder. If you have a gravel road to suggest in the Killington area, I might give it a try when pops will want to rest at the hotel !

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post #2 of 4 Old 06-16-2012, 05:57 PM
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North Conway has several decent Motels right on the main drag (Rt 16). I've never stayed in any of them because I only live 20 miles from there. The White Trellis, Briarcliff and the Green Granite are a few that come to mind.....As I was typing this my wife just came in and said that The Holiday Inn in N. Conway advertises as "biker friendly" on the HD website. Their phone # is 800-261-9168. I stayed in the Holiday Inn Express in Rutland VT a year ago and they were pretty decent also...They suggested we park under the canopy in front of our room. Also plenty of places to eat within walking distance. I hope this helps, have a great trip........TD

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I have stayed at Scenic Inn of Conway - Lodging in Conway, NH with my buddy a few weeks ago when we went to Whitehorse open house. Nothing fancy, 2 double beds for $59 on a Friday night. It was clean and comfortable. Gas station that sells beer across the street, a mexican food place a couple of blocks to walk to with good food. Cafe Noche if my memory is right. A good breakfast place to walk to as well, ask at the desk, they will tell you. Bea's or Ruth's or something like that. Good food good prices. They were full up when we passed through on Saturday night.
Pretty much all the places in Conway, North Conway are biker friendly. I just got back from Laconia and stayed in Conway at the Hampton Suites very pricey - we paid for the luxury, but won't do it again. We were tired, it was late, we hadn't eaten, we paid the money. All the hotels, motels were packed with bikers.
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