Townhomes at Bretton Woods
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Townhomes at Bretton Woods in Bretton Woods, you’ll be in the mountains and within the region of Mount Washington Cog Railway and Crawford Notch State Park. This family-friendly condominium resort is within the region of Mount Washington State Park.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 70 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Rooms have private patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, and microwaves. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. After a day on the slopes, you can relax in one of the 3 indoor swimming pools. Additional features at this condominium resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and an arcade/game room. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the complimentary area shuttle that operates within 3 mi.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at one of the condominium resort’s dining establishments, which include 6 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, ATM/banking services, and coffee/tea in a common area. Event facilities at this condominium resort consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Stayed with my family at MWP #5 in january 2019. Unlike other units reviewed here, it was updated, very comfortable, and had nice touches (DVD and VHS players with movies, games, etc). Firewood was provided, the bedrooms had ceiling fans, the heating unit worked well, and the kitchen was stocked and updated. With the exception of the dishwasher, which was left loaded, and the deck (which was snow-covered and frozen, despite the fact that renters are not supposed to let these conditions persist), the unit itself exceeded expectations.
However, you need to be very careful with the unit you choose. This unit had a full set of wooden stairs leading down to it from the parking lot that were very treacherous. Because of the snow and ice conditions, they had formed a downward slope and were icy and dangerous, even after being shoveled and dirt applied. I am 8 months pregnant and we traveled with two young children (2 and 4). The lighting for the stairs is very inadequate and it is extremely dark at night, and the first night, I almost fell and slipped from the top. That was extremely scary and soured our experience at this particular unit. Also, my poor husband was left lugging lots of heavy ski equipment, children, etc up and down the stairs. Finally, the shuttle often refused to pull into the driveway, leaving us not only to go up and down these stairs, but to traverse the equally snow-covered and icy hill leading up to the road. I am truly thankful we made it through our trip without any sort of falls!
It should be noted that the hotel listing did NOT state that the unit had full exterior stairs down into the unit, and the only picture of the exterior was misleading, as it was taken at ground level, and makes the entrance appear level with the parking lot. I can’t say whether that would have influenced our decision (prior to experiencing these conditions firsthand), but, to see that after the fact after reviewing the listing again, feels dishonest and frustrating.
As a result of the stairs and shuttle service, only, I can’t recommend this unit for certain people, such as elderly, young kids, pregnant etc, particularly in the winter when the stairs are icy and snow covered. Unfortunately, we will never rent this unit again, although it was very nice and well-appointed.
Rented last weekend for 3 nights through HomeAway.com, cause we had a wedding at the Washington Hotel. We loved the place; clean, fresh towels, washer and dryer, iron, xrtra pillows and covers. We were 7 people, we had 3 rooms. In the basement we had toys for kids. The view was beautiful. The only thing missing was that the WIFI was not included in the price.
We are staying in the townhomes (unit 6) had a 3 day stay and there is no way we will be seeing the next 2. Let's start with the positives.
1st The Omni Mt. Washington is a beautiful facility. There is plenty of options while you are over there. Getting there is not even that bad with the complimentary free shuttle.
That's all. Everything else is a complete disappointment. I know we are pretty far north and it may be a bit cooler here.... BUT No AC, in AUGUST!! Also the furnishings leave a lot to be desired. One of my desires would for them to be clean.
Here is my advice, if you want to visit the Mt. Washington resort (and you should) stay in the Omni and NEVER THE TOWNHOMES.
We love Bretton Woods. Anywhere you stay will have an amazing view, as you are surrounded by mountains. The skiing is fantastic with wide open trails that are great for families (non experts!), and a candy shop at the top of the mountain that provides a little incentive for one more run for the kids. We stayed at the townhomes at bretton woods to have access to the hotel and the outdoor pool. However, the quality of the townhome you rent is a coin flip.
Our townhome had no firewood, the fireplace had not been cleaned out, a couple of recliners were broken (you could sit in but only in the fully reclined mode), the tub was clogged up, kitchen faucet was broke. In short, you knew this was a rental unit. We contacted the Lodge staff and were told the unit does not come with firewood. It was up to the owners of the townhome to provide firewood. $800 per night and no firewood ? Well, at least the views were nice.
To be completely fair, we stayed in a different townhome last year and it was great. I think next year we will rent directly from an owner on vrbo/homeaway where reviews are specific to the actual townhome you stay in, instead of an $800 per night coin flip.
We had tried last minute to book a reservation with the hotel over Columbus Day weekend and were pleased to learn that, although the main hotel was sold out, a 2 BR townhome affiliated with the hotel was available and opted to book at a high price ($513/night) for that weekend. Unfortunately, due to work travel, we had to move our reservation to this past weekend, 10/27-10/29 so just returned. While we enjoyed having access to the Mt Washington hotel dining, fitness center and additional amenities, the condominium unit was not only very very disappointing but very dirty, tired and extremely overpriced for what it offered. Appeared no one had been maintaining or cleaning it - carpeting was stained,walls had dings and needed repainting, bedding was stained, no mattress pad on the master bed, master bath was dirty, unit and unit furnishings were outdated and more. We are not sure of the specific details/arrangements between the condo unit owners and the Omni but if marketed by the Omni, at the price we paid ($513/night), our expectation would be that the quality and particularly the cleanliness of the unit would have been much better. Will not stay in one of these units again.