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find the perfect White Mountains lodging for the perfect winter vacation


Find your home away from home in Mt. Washington Valley—charm and coziness guaranteed.


Immerse yourself in Mt. Washington Valley’s classic, quintessential New England by staying at one of our local lodging properties. Ensconced in the shelter of the White Mountains, each of these establishments offers scenic views, a warm ambiance and convenient access to all your favorite winter activities.


Cranmore Mountain Lodge

At this traditional bed & breakfast, you won’t find any sterile, cookie-cutter hotel rooms. Each unit is full of character, with some popular favorites being the Babe Ruth and JFK Jr. suites. Start your day with the lodge’s locally sourced, homemade breakfast before partaking in all the outdoor activities available right at your doorstep (including discounted tickets at Great Glen Trails).


Eagle Mountain House

As you make your way towards the Eagle Mountain House, it will likely already be winning you over: First, you will cross Jackson’s famous covered bridge, then pass families taking sleigh rides through town and, as you approach the inn, marvel at the sweeping views. Once you’ve arrived, you will be greeted by an idyllic hotel looking out toward the mountains, complete with a 9-hole golf course and award-winning cuisine at The Eagle Landing Tavern.


Inn and More

This newly renovated escape into the mountains has all types of accommodations—from rooms and suites to stand-alone cottages, you’re sure to find something that’s just right for you. Inn and More provides you with the best of both worlds: all the conveniences and comforts of modern life, as well as the natural beauty of the White Mountains and Saco River.


The Wentworth

Described as the “epitome of country elegance”, you’re sure to fall in love with the Wentworth’s 61 different rooms, breathtaking views and access to the Wentworth Golf Club. If that’s not enough, you also can pay a visit to the Alpine: the inn’s dark-wooded, modern-day tavern. Enjoy elevated cuisine—from crème brûlée French toast to pan-roasted salmon filet—as well as the Valley’s largest collection of bourbons and whiskeys.

Enjoy the cozy ambiance, delicious food and the Valley’s largest collection of bourbons and whiskeys at The Wentworth’s modern tavern, The Alpine. Photo credit: The Wentworth

Eastern Slope Inn

The Eastern Slope Inn is a sprawling resort, including 230 rooms and different types of lodging, including studios, townhouses and deluxe suites. There’s no shortage of lavish amenities: access to the Eastern Slope Playhouse (North Conway’s local theater), indoor and outdoor hot tubs, tennis courts, a fitness facility, playground, walking trails to the Saco River, an outdoor fire pit, year-round grilling gazebos, four on-site restaurants and spa facilities.

The Eastern Slope Inn has 230 rooms and a long list of luxurious amenities. Photo credit: Dan Houde


Starlight Lodge

Experience the picturesque nature of the White Mountains while staying in luxurious accommodations. Starlight Lodge offers the perfect marriage of comfort and convenience through their traditionally elegant rooms and amenities such as ski-in/ski-out trails and cozy gas fireplaces.


Frost Mountain Yurts

These eco-friendly, pet-friendly yurts are the ideal celebration of western Maine’s natural beauty. Settled across 57 acres of gorgeous backwoods, there are six yurts, each nestled in its own private setting. Make unforgettable memories of sledding through apple orchards, taking a ride on the directly connected snowmobile trails, hiking Peary Mountain or just relaxing in the outdoors.


Soak up the beauty of western Maine by staying in Frost Mountain’s eco-friendly, pet-friendly yurts.

Snowvillage Inn

The ultimate romantic getaway into the mountains. Maybe it’s the old-fashioned vibes, the way Snowvillage’s red barn looks when surrounded by fresh snow, or the intimacy of being tucked away into the slopes of Foss Mountain—there’s an enchantment to this inn that makes you fall in love. Pro-tip: During your stay, make sure to stop by Max’s Restaurant and Pub for cocktails, fresh seafood, steaks and the best wild game.


Notchland Inn

A peaceful utopia surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest, with none of the crowds but all the offerings of nearby towns like North Conway and Jackson. There is 8,000 feet of Saco River frontage on the property and many hiking trails that begin, either onsite or mere steps away.


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