Welcome to Plymouth, NH

The Common Man Inn & Spa in Plymouth instantly becomes a home away from home with its warm ambiance and coziness the moment you step foot inside. Choose from 37 rooms at our main Inn & Spa plus our off-property gems including the Cabin in the Woods, five Tiny Cabins, and our 37-room Lodge, right up the street.

You’ll find our Inn at the crossroads of Foster and Main, just a stone’s throw from both woodsy nature and quaint downtown Main Street. Our warm New Hampshire hospitality and roaring fieldstone fireplace will welcome you upon arrival, and if you’re lucky, you’ll catch a glimpse of CC, our lobby cat. Here’s a tip: she loves belly rubs, if you’re so inclined.

Come with friends, come with family…or come alone. There’s so much to see and do… relax in our on-site spa, spend the day antiquing, visit the nearby Polar Caves, cast a fly in the waters of Squam Lake, tube down the Pemigewasset River, explore the Quincy Bog Trail, hike Rattlesnake Mountain, bike, shop, and more. Winter sports enthusiasts can enjoy downhill or cross-country skiing, tubing at Loon Mountain and Waterville Valley, a visit to the seasonal Ice Castles in Lincoln, or snowmobiling along the scenic corridor, which brings you right to our Inn’s front door.


At The Common Man Inn & Spa in Plymouth, carefully-crafted birch and cedar furnishings, antique snowshoes and tapestries adorn the walls and nooks around our unique rooms.

Weddings & Events

The Common Man family welcomes the opportunity to host your next special event. From weddings to reunions to business meetings, we have numerous options and an exceptional event staff ready to assist you.

The Spa

Our full-service spa is a relaxing oasis away from the demanding activities and lifestyle of the area. The Spa at The Common Man Inn features a wide-array of rejuvenating treatments, a cozy sauna and a soothing rock waterfall hot tub.

Foster's Boiler Room

Relax by the fireplace in our Foster’s Boiler Room sunken lounge, watch the game on our large-screen projection television in the bar, or dine with friends in our private wine room that was previously the building’s boiler room.