Lake Opechee Inn and Spa

62 Doris Ray Ct, Laconia, 03246-5509, NH

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The Lake Opechee Inn and Spa is an intimate, family-friendly resort on Lake Opechee in New Hampshire, with just 34 guestrooms. All of the guestrooms feature luxury furnishings, cozy fireplaces and complimentary Wi-Fi. Some have Whirlpool tubs, as well. Two of the hotel’s guestrooms also accommodate pets!

Hotel perks include complimentary, continental breakfast daily, comprising fresh breads, bagels and pastries, fruit, yogurt and cold and hot cereals. Complimentary coffee is served 24 hours a day. The hotel also has an onsite restaurant, with room service available (limited hours). An indoor swimming pool, hot tub, gift shop and patio with lake views only add to the appeal.

As the name suggests, this New Hampshire resort also has a lovely spa with all manner of services, from manicures and pedicures to deep-tissue massages.

Check-in time is 3 p.m., with check-out at 11 a.m. Airport shuttles and local transportation services can be arranged for a fee.

Our Editor Loves

  • Lakefront location
  • Onsite restaurant and free breakfast
  • Indoor swimming pool and hot tub

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


Not out in the middle of nowhere like picture may imply, but very nice

by Elaine B

Our room was very nice, with a balcony and a fireplace, jetted tub. Comfy beds. Separate shower from tub. I went to the spa, which was very nice and compared to other resorts and even free standing day spas, VERY reasonably priced. Clean, efficient and personable staff.
My husband and I ate at the restaurant which was pretty good - food was overpriced, the restaurant was very loud. Not particularly interesting
Breakfast was basic cereal, toast, etc., with some protein in the form of yogurt and hard-boiled eggs. It would have made me happier if they would have had kettle oatmeal, instead of packets...
Not much to do around Laconia in late October. We did a short hike at Ahern State Park. The lakes are pretty.

Nice but unfortunately. ...

by 123private321

....would've been a good stay, if the heated pool were actually heated to code. Mgmt said it was, as an avid swimmer, familiar with indoor heated pools, it was at least 10° colder than state law AND body comfortability. The on-site restaurant was excellent. Fix the pool heater and you'd have a winner.