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Old 05-23-2012, 03:24 PM   #16
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Jackson NH

the wife and I have stayed here twice

http://wildcattavern.com/

clean, fairly cheap and and a nice tavern down stairs
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Old 05-28-2012, 04:46 PM   #17
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Both of these look just like what the doctor ordered.
I added them to the growing list in the OP. Thanks!
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:07 PM   #18
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This doesn't fit all the specific criteria listed but it was a great place to stay for our group of 6 guys.
http://farmbytheriver.com/alpine-moose-cottage/

There is no bar or restaurant on site (we brought our own beer) but you can get pizza delivered and the owner delivered fresh hot blueberry muffins for Sunday breakfast!!

This would be a great place for several couples to stay while touring the Mt. Washington NH. area.

We stayed just one night at about $400.00 so it was a little on the pricey side but our reservations were last minute and the owner Rick was very friendly and accommodating.
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:18 PM   #19
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Hey this is a GREAT idea. Give me a few days, and I'll start the google map for easy searching

Well, that was quick. I'll keep this map updated if anyone is interested!

I added the Birch Bend Motolodge. The only problem with it is that there is no restaurant or bar on site. There is, however, a firepit and enthusiastic motorcyclists as owners. BYOB, and someone had pizza delivered there last year so that is a possibility. It's the headquarters for the New England Motomarathon the last few years.
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Old 05-30-2012, 07:20 PM   #20
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Stowe Motel/snow drift

Stayed at the Stowe Motel and Snowdrift several times. Off season rates spring are low $100's with two Queens and a pull out couch. Pool, hot tubs, breakfast included. Rooms are clean but small. Comfortable beds, clean linens. Several places to walk to eat within 5 minutes. Great place to end and start the next day. We ride from Southern VT to Stowe and come home next day on different roads. Sometimes we head for the Adirondacks to ride home thru. People are friendly. Seen other bikes there too. Check it at http://www.stowemotel.com/ Have told other friends and gathered there from different directions to stay and meet for dinner at a the local eateries. Since this is in the Northeast Catagory, lets keep it local to NE places to stay?
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Old 05-30-2012, 08:53 PM   #21
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... (Link to Google Map) . I'll keep this map updated if anyone is interested!
Nice ! Thanks!

Please keep up. When I see suggestions here, I'll edit the OP and let you know. Over the weekend, I'll also post on the general planning forum with a link to this thread - could bring in more eyeballs.
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Old 05-31-2012, 02:49 AM   #22
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Old 05-31-2012, 05:34 AM   #23
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Nice ! Thanks!

Please keep up. When I see suggestions here, I'll edit the OP and let you know. Over the weekend, I'll also post on the general planning forum with a link to this thread - could bring in more eyeballs.
Yeah, if you keep the OP updated, I'll keep the map updated so I don't have to hunt through the thread. Deal??
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Old 06-10-2012, 07:19 PM   #24
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Yeah, if you keep the OP updated, I'll keep the map updated so I don't have to hunt through the thread. Deal??
Absolutely! DEAL! Thanks for chipping in. I added a date of update in the OP, to let you know what is the new stuff.



In the meantime, I checked out two places in South-West Catskills (Sullivan County) this weekend. One very nice as a motorcycling destination, the other one, a possibility.


1. -----------------

I stayed overnight in a very nice country inn: Lanza's, http://www.lanzascountryinn.com/, on a back road near Livingston Manor, NY. This would be an almost perfect place: cool (temperature-wise) pub downstairs for drinks, pretty white-tablecloth restaurant for fancier dinner later. They have a barn in the back, used for group events (benches, tables, Christmas lights). They invited me to park the bike there: nice, paved and dry.

The place is like the "quaint" New England B&B's, impressively clean though. Food very good, not expensive. Proprietors went out of their way to be hospitable. Some minor quibbles: bring your own shampoo and bring 2-prong adapters if your gear needs it: the outlets have no grounds. Poor cell coverage in the area; Wi-Fi, though promised in brochure, was not operational.

The real potential gotcha: no A/C. I don't know how that plays out in the summer conditions there.

On the other hand, fabulous moto roads in the area.


2. -----------------

In the same area, Roscoe, NY: Tennanahh Lake Golf resort, http://www.tennanah.com. I did not stay there, but walked through the property. "The Inn" is a motel-like facility, seems OK for a rider. It books full in season, early reservations are needed. The restaurant, in the golf course pro shop, is your standard casual place - note: open only Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Surprisingly, I did not see a bar.
Warning, if the Inn is fully booked, you may be offered a stay in their condos. These are about 2 miles away by road from the restaurant, definitely not walking distance.

Bottom line: a lukewarm endorsement. This place will do for riders, especially a larger group.
But, if you can swing it, try elsewhere, like Lanza's above.

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Old 06-26-2012, 06:00 PM   #25
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A new one!

I found it during my recent ride in Tioga County, PA.
It is the Cedar Run Inn, , 281 Beulahland Road, Cedar Run, PA 17727‎.
I did not stay there (had to be back home that night), but walked through the place. Basicaly, it is in the style of a B&b (some rooms still have shared baths), but there is a restaurant in the place and the atmosphere felt very nice. It is located on the rail-trail crossing the area, and the little hamlet where the inn is located was filled with bicyclists.

Cedar Run is a tiny, tiny place: a few houses, the inn and a general store. A perfect location for bicycling (I may try that run myself, too) or for exploring the Tioga State Forest. Access to the inn is on paved roads, but it certainly helps if you have gravel-capable bike as the Tioga Forest offers a lot of fun roads.

As you can see, I was duly impressed. However: inexpensive, but no A/C, as far as I could tell.

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Old 06-26-2012, 06:36 PM   #26
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Marlinton Motor Inn

What about the Marlinton Motor Inn in West Virginia?
They just had a bunch of ADVers there this weekend.
Might want to check that out.
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:15 PM   #28
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What about the Marlinton Motor Inn in West Virginia?
They just had a bunch of ADVers there this weekend.
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Old 06-27-2012, 11:14 AM   #29
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Added Marlinton to Original Post.

Levain, thanks for keeping the map up!
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Old 06-27-2012, 12:48 PM   #30
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French Quarter

http://www.hotelprovincial.com/

This is an antique hotel with a carriege courtyard. they let me park my motorcycle inside the courtyard, which was much more secure. The hotel itsself in 2 blocks off Bourbon Street on the waterfront side smack in the middle of the Quarter. My room had a wrought iron balcony overlooking the rue right out of the movies. Stayed one night for around $100 back in 2009.
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