Charles Scott and Norman MacLeod - Destination Designers




Above: Photo Courtesy of Centennial Inn The independent spirit of New Hampshire finds expression in lots of local attractions, but sometimes in a population center visitors can’t find a place to stay that isn’t the hotel equivalent of a Burger King. Norman MacLeod and Charles Scott, two self-defined “hotel guys,” are trying to rectify that situation. They’ve already refurbished the historic Centennial Inn in Concord and are working on the Wolfeboro Inn and the Inn at Exeter to enable them to provide a distinctive experience, while exceeding expectations for comfort and convenience. “Nothing is pretentious, everything is real,” says MacLeod. “These properties have a soul in them and can reflect the communities where they exist.”
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