This stately 1843 Greek-Revival hotel is a Littleton icon. While the hotel has seen better days and doesn't pamper, the well-kept rooms are quaintly old-fashioned, with creaky floorboards, exposed pipes, steam radiators, high ceilings, and comfy wing chairs. If you're traveling on a budget or just want an authentic northern town experience, this place give enable you a chance to relive a little history. The Bailiwicks restaurant has a martini bar with exposed oak beams
and leather chairs. The lobster risotto and the homemade seafood cakes are delicious.
Aug 7, 2007
We have stayed at Thayer's several times in a variety of rooms. We usually make a last minute decision and have found that room or two available to choose from. On our first visit we stayed in a marvelous two-bedroom suite. The past couple of visits we were able to get small rooms in the back on the upper floor. The rooms vary in size but are always a great value for the money. The hotel is right on Main St. in the middle of Littleton. This is
a great location for wandering strolling around, and for enjoying their nice balcony.