The Birch Lodge and the Boathouse Lodge at Church Landing Opens
Wednesday June 20th, 2012 - 9:06AM
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MEREDITH, NH—The Birch Lodge and the Boathouse Lodge at Church Landing at the Inns & Spa at Mill Falls have opened. The Lodges add 13 lake-view rooms and suites in two new buildings connected to Church Landing.
The 17,000-sq.-ft. expansion, which is 95% American-made, includes: a new lobby and game area, another indoor and outdoor pool with two Jacuzzis; a fire pit; a sundeck that comes with food-and-beverage service; and a new valet parking lot.
Every room offers balconies and energy-efficient windows, in addition to a handcrafted fieldstone fireplace, whirlpool bath, wet bar, tile shower and an LCD TV in the bathroom.
The design was led by Samyn-D’Elia Architects, while Conneston Construciton, Inc. was in charge of the contracting. The interior was put together by Pat Sava Designs; the rooms were decorated with Adirondack-style dark wood.
Meeting space has been increased to 1,700 sq. ft., thanks to the Carriage House, and the lobby is now 955 sq. f.t and features 14-ft. ceilings.
Tags: Hospitality Ownership
The most recent NYU Conference, earlier this month proved, once and for all, that the lodging industry has finally turned the corner and happy days are, indeed, here again. While the economists and pundits all provided plenty of anecdotal evidence to bear that out in terms of supply and demand ratios, RevPAR projections, asset values and all the other metrics, that’s not what has me convinced.