We visited in early December 2017. Our stay was nice. It was snowing at the time, pretty good too, so we were kind of stuck. But the staff made it comfortable and relaxing. We had drinks at the bar and appetizer and pizza. It was pretty good. The mattress on our bed in our room was very hard which made for a tough night sleeping but overall it was a good experience.
I would stay there again for a couple of days and I would recommend this hotel to friends and family.
Traveller from Swansea, MA
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Casino Cascade Water Slide and Blue Ocean Discovery Center …More
We had stayed in several other area hotels over the past 10 years and decided to try Stage Neck Inn. We knew of a few other people who stayed there in the past. The hospitality was excellent. The room accommodations were excellent. The waitstaff in the dining room and bar area were top notch! And the free breakfasts were a 10 out of 10! The well maintained grounds and surrounding area are perfect for strolling/walking/running. Having the York Harbor Beach right there is a plus! We will definitely stay at the Stage Neck the next time we return to the area.
Traveller from Rhode Island
With direct access to the beach, this York bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods, Old …More
"Spectacular location and facility, the food is not"
The Cliff House is an amazing hotel in a spectacular setting. The rooms are sparkling, the restaurants and lounges are well appointed, and the staff is accommodating and courteous.
Sadly, the experience is ultimately let down by the quality of the food on offer... which is not cheap to begin with. Therefore, I have given it a "3" for facilities, and a "4" overall.
On all three occasions when we ate at the hotel, we were surprised by mediocre to downright bad food. We dined at Tillers, ordered room service, and ate at a large event at the hotel. Problems with the food ranged from improper preparation to lack of seasoning and flavor, to just plain gross dishes that wouldn't be acceptable at an Applebees.
The food at the large event was particularly bad overall. The options were a cod dish (which was excellent) a "NY Strip" steak dish (the steak -NOT NY Strip- varied cut and in temperature from medium to extra-well done, accompanied by mashed potatoes with the consistency of cement and essentially raw string beans) and a vegeterian option. This particular dish, an eggplant napoleon, was ordered by several people at our table and was universally reviled. It was described by one guest as tasting like stale cigarette butts. Sadly, hors d'oeurves ranged from unappetizing to inedible (lamb lollipops were particularly bad).
We would recommend The Cliff House, just DON'T waste your money eating there. Try any one of the many fine restaurants in the surrounding area.
Traveller from Boston MA
Situated by the ocean, this spa resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Peter’s By-The-Sea Protestant Episcopal Church and Cape …More
A classic New England college town, Durham is home to the University of New Hampshire, which provides tours of its picturesque campus. Five miles away, Adams Point offers hiking and bird-watching along Great Bay. Adams Point was once a family farm, established in the 1800s by “Reformation John” Adams, a fire-and-brimstone preacher. Today, the main residents are horseshoe crabs and herons.