The Common Man Inn & Spa in Plymouth, New Hampshire is one of the most unique properties for the Common Man family in New Hampshire.
In 2001, Common Man owner Alex Ray and Vice President Diane Downing transformed a defunct 60,000 square foot wood mill just off exit 26 of Interstate 93 into the Adirondack-style Common Man Inn & Spa, complete with 37 cozy rooms, a tranquil day spa, Foster's Boiler Room restaurant and an event facility.
Construction of the Inn retained 90 percent of the original building, turning the five-level boiler room into Foster's Boiler Room restaurant, and maintaining the historical structure everywhere possible. It is a fusion of past and present, creating a warm atmosphere rich with the history of the building, meshed with the unique touch of the Common Man family.
See the story about the transformation of our inn here. The Common Man family hopes to inspire other cities and towns to take a second look at their historical assets and explore opportunities to revive them.
The Common Man Inn & Spa have won "Grow Smart" and Main Street awards, and provide what many consider to be the new center for the town of Plymouth.