We decided to stay at Storybook because it was close to Storyland and we though it would be quaint to stay at an antique inn. Our experience, however, will turn us towards big chain hotels the next time we return to Glen/North Conway. For three nights, we stayed in a "family suite" on the third floor of the spacious main house. We checked in on a Thursday and left on Sunday. During our stay, we were the only people staying in the main house and the office closes around 9 p.m. Because the front door of the main house remains unlocked at all times, we felt very unsafe while staying at Storybook. We also found a half eaten burger under the sofa and a mouse trap on the second floor of the house. The pool appeared well maintained. The restaurant, however, is now defunct and the rest of the inn resembles a ghost town. Perhaps "the place to stay" 20 years ago, it is definitely showing signs of neglect and disrepair. Although it is close to Storyland, they are plenty of new and economical places to stay in nearby North Conway.
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