2015 Canadian Special Offer

RESERVEZ DIRECTEMENT avec nous un séjour d’au moins deux nuits
  Et Nous Vous Offrons un Discompte de 15% sur votre séjour!


  • Votre réservation doit être faite directement en ligne à partir de notre website ou en nous appelant au (800) 356-3596
  • Offre valide pour un séjour de deux nuits minimum jusqu’au 31 Décembre 2015, excepté entre le 25 Septembre et le 11 Octobre 2015
  • Cette offre ne peut pas être combinée à tout autre offre ou forfait hébergement
  • Mentionnez “BIENVENUE AUX CANADIENS” au moment de votre réservation

BOOK DIRECT with us your two-night stay NOW
And Get 15% OFF your ENTIRE STAY!


  • Booking must be direct with us and done online from our website or by calling us at (800) 356-3596
  • Valid for a two-night stay minimum only until December 31, 2015, except between September 25 and October 11, 2015
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or lodging package  
  • Mention “WELCOME CANADIANS” upon reservation

White Mountains Waterfalls and Covered Bridges

Spring is here : the snow is melting, feeding the 100+ waterfalls in our Valley, giving us an exceptional display of nature’s power, especially in May and June. There are over 100 waterfalls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, some requiring a hike, and some are easily seen from the road. And while touring some of the waterfalls, you can also take a look to some of our historic covered bridges.

Here is a proposed circuit that you can do in one day and a half, providing you start early, right after our hearty breakfast. You can do part of the circuit during your day in the White Mountains, and a part of it on your way back home, rather you are driving towards the South or North. We will provide you with a detailed map upon your arrival :

Diana’s Bath : the access trail head is from West Side Road, and it’s just a 5 minute drive from us. Follow a well-marked trails to take a very easy .5 mile hike leading to a collection of small falls and pools, offering the perfect place to relax and cool off. In summer, lots of people and locals cool off and bath in the series of natural pools. In Spring, it’s a spectacular display of several waterfalls and melting ice and the perfect place to relax and… propose! This is an easy evening walk, that you can do on the day you check-in with us, after a long day on the road and before going out for dinner.

Diana's Bath
Diana’s Bath

To avoid the downtown traffic, take West Side Road, in direction to the Kancamagus Highway. You’ll be able to see beautiful farms and meadows as well as the Swift River Covered Bridge (built in 1991) and the Saco River Covered Bridge (built in 1890). At the intersection with Route 16,  take a right onto Route 16 South, and turn right on Rte 112, the Kancamagus Highway, when you exit Conway.

Six miles west of Conway, just off the Kancamagus Highway, there is the Albany Covered Bridge (built in 1858).

Continue on the Kancagamus Highway, and about 7-9 miles west of Conway, stop to admire on your right the Rocky Gorge and Lower Falls. These falls are 2 miles apart. Rocky Gorge is a 15-foot plunge and is set on an open, sunny and very scenic river.  There is a bridge where you can take beautiful pics of the falls. Lower Falls is a very popular summer attraction as people can swim upstream and downstream. There are also picnic tables and bathroom facilities.

Rocky Gorge, along the Kancagamus Highway
Rocky Gorge, along the Kancagamus Highway
Lower Falls
Lower Falls, along the Kancagamus Highway

Continue a few miles on the Kancamagus Highway and park on the left of the road, at the trail head of Sabbaday Falls, a 45′ drop. It is one of the most popular waterfalls in New Hampshire, for its history and beauty and is a very easy 0.33 mile hike (it’s handicapped accessible). Many people propose and get married there.

Sabbaday Falls
Sabbaday Falls, off the Kancagamus Highway

Drive all the way to Lincoln while admiring the scenery of the “Kanc”, one of the most scenic roads of New Hampshire, then take the Interstate 93 North and stop in Franconia Notch Park . Park at the well-marked lot for the Basin, and follow signs for the Basin until you see the sign for Rocky Glen Falls. This is a mile-long stretch of a brook, dropping a total of six hundred vertical feet, with many waterfalls. It’s an easy 5 minute hike to the Basin, a 25 minutes easy-moderate hike to Kinsman Falls and a 45 minutes moderate hike to Rocky Glen Falls.

The Basin
The Basin, Franconia Notch

Continue on Interstate 93 North and take the Exit 35, to Route 3, then take Route 302 East at Twin Mountain for 3.6 miles. Take a left onto Old Cherry Mountain Road, and an immediate left onto Lower Falls Road. Drive 0.2 miles to the end of the road and park on the right. The Lower Ammonoosuc Falls is an easy 0.25 mile hike and are an 8 foot total drop. This is one of the premier natural swimming pools in New Hampshire (a bit cold in Spring!).

Go back onto 302 East. Pass Bretton Woods and the Mt Washington Hotel. Flume and Silver Cascades, just below Crawford Notch Depot, can be seen from the car, on your left.

If you wish to end up your day with a longer hike, or start the next day by a hike, you should stop at the Arethusa Falls trail head, about 1.5 miles south of Willey House, in Crawford Notch State Park. Park on the short side road below the railroad tracks. The trail starts to the left of the private road above the tracks. This is an easy to moderate 1.3 mile hike to the 176 feet falls, the highest single waterfall in New Hampshire (2 miles if you take the trail to Bemis Brook Falls, Coliseum Falls and Fawn Pool). It usually takes us about 2 hours to hike the round trip, so  make sure you don’t start it too late in the day.

Arethusa Falls
Arethusa Falls

If you choose not to hike up Arthusa Falls, continue on Route 302 East. Arriving in Glen, stop at the Bartlett Covered Bridge on your left, built in 1857 and housing the unusual “Covered Bridge Gift Shop”.

Continue on Route 302 East and take a left onto Route 16 North at the traffic light, towards Jackson Village. Turn right and drive across the Honeymoon Covered Bridge, built in 1939. In Jackson Village, take a right onto Carter Notch Road, about 3/10 of a mile from Route 16A. The Jackson Falls are right in the middle of the Village and easily accessible.

Jackson Covered Bridge
Jackson Covered Bridge
Jackson's Falls
Jackson’s Falls

Go back on Route 16 North and the Glen Ellis Falls are 0.7 miles South of Pinkham Notch. It is also the parking area for the Glen Boulder and Wildcat Ridge Trails. A tunnel takes you to the other side of the highway where you turn right to reach the falls. It is an easy 0.2 mile walk to the best waterfalls of New Hampshire. You arrive at the top of the 64 feet Glen Ellis falls. Take the granite steps down to get to the base of the falls.

Glen Ellis Falls
Glen Ellis Falls

Take Route 16 North again and park at the AMC Pinkham Notch Camp and take the path on the left of the Trading Post – the Tuckerman Ravine trail. The Crystal Lake falls are a 0.3-mile, uphill walk. For the adventurous at heart, keep going up the Tuckerman Ravine Trail, and watch the spectacle of skiers in Tuckerman Ravine on a sunny day in May.

Continue on Route 16 North and park at the Wildcat Mountain’s parking lot to go see the Thompson’s Falls. Take the “Way of Wildcat” Nature trail from the parking lot. It is an easy 0.7 mile hike to the falls that are actually a series of falls along Thompson Brook with wonderful views of Mt Washington.

Thomspson's Fall
Thompson’s Falls

These are just of the few easy-to-reach waterfalls, and you might want to see them all over 2 full days in order to really enjoy the White Mountains of New Hampshire. And while driving along the famous White Mountains Trail (Kancagamus highway, Interstate 93 and Route 302) you might be lucky enough to spot a moose or two!





Fly Fishing Package

Fly Fishing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire

To go fishing is the chance to wash one’s soul with pure air, with the rush of the brook, or with the shimmer of sun on blue water. It brings meekness and inspiration from the decency of nature, charity toward tackle-makers, patience toward fish, a mockery of profits and egos, a quieting of hate, a rejoicing that you do not have to decide a darned thing until next week. And it is discipline in the equality of men – for all men are equal before fish.”
~ Herbert Hoover

Many of our White Mountain rivers, lakes and ponds, are worthy of the designation “trophy water” and provide fast action. North Conway NH has been featured in the soon to be published book 25 Best:Towns To Fly Fish For Trout. Brook trout, rainbow trout, and brown trout, as well as landlocked salmon, and smallmouth bass can be found in our waters. While enjoying a quiet day on the water surrounded by the views of the presidential range, you might even observe bald eagles, osprey and moose.

Schedule a half day or a full day of guided instruction with a NH Registered Fly Fishing Guide. Start your fly fishing day at Cranmore Mountain Lodge where the guide will meet you right after breakfast to take you on a half day or a full day excursion.

All trips can be tailored to your experience and preference, whether you wish to fish a remote mountain pond, wade a tranquil mountain stream, or float fish one of our bigger rivers, we have what you are looking for. After a day on the water relax in our outdoor hot tub or continue to sharpen your skills fishing for brown and rainbow trout in our private trout pond.

Packages includes:

  • 2 nights for two in the room of your choice
  • Cooked-to-order breakfast each morning
  • Half day wade trip (4 hours) or full day wade trip (8 hours)
  • Lunch (for full day trip only)
  • All gear provided, if needed
  • $30 dinner voucher valid at any of the Valley Originals’ Restaurants

Not provided: a NH Fishing license that you need if you are 16 and older. You can buy it and print it online at http://www.nhfishandgame.com

Conditions and Price :

  • Half day starting from $447 – Full day starting from $572 (tax included, gratuities for staff and guide not included)
  • Rates are based on double occupancy and vary depending of the room reserved and the season.
  • 50% deposit required upon reservation. This package must be booked at least 2 weeks prior stay and is subject to availability.

Mt Washington Auto-Road, Great Glen Trails & Mt Washington Observatory – SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 2015

Mt Washington Auto Road
As usual, lots of events have been planned on the Mt Washington Auto-Road and Great Glen Trails and we join the celebration by offering special discounts to those participating and staying with us. These discounts apply as well for ANY events organized by the Mt Washington Observatory.

Get 10% off a 1 night stay, and 15% off a two-night stay!

In addition, any guest staying with us can get FREE vouchers giving them these summer benefits:

  • FREE use of the Great Glen Trails system for biking, running or walking,
  • 50% discount on bike rental packages at Great Glen Trails (4 hour minimum),
  • Discounted guided tour tickets ($25 Adult/Senior , $10 kids age 5-12)
  • (1) Adult Passenger FREE with a paid “Drive Yourself” toll at the Mt Washington Auto-Road ($8 savings!)

Don’t forget to mention your participation to any of these events upon reservation to get your discount!

May 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 26, September 11 & 18, 2015 : Adventure Photography Tours
Experience the ever changing weather and climactic conditions where every moment reveals a breathtaking and constantly evolving view of the Presidential Range and beyond. Whether you’re a professional photographer who needs fast and certain access to unforgettable images, or an amateur seeking instruction and a helping hand from those who know and love this mountain, these tours have been designed for your enjoyment!

June 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 & 17, 2015Bicknell’s Thrush Tours
Bicknell’s Thrush is an extremely rare species with very limited breeding grounds. It is the rarest and most secretive of the breeding thrushes in North America and it is the only bird whose breeding is restricted to the Northeastern part of the continent.

June 15 & 18, 2015 : Ride to The Sky
If you thought Laconia Bike Week was entertaining, wait until you ride the Mt. Washington Auto Road. A ride up Mt. Washington is a one of-a-kind experience. Every time. Encounter ever changing weather, panoramic views and four climate zones as you climb the highest point in the Northeast. You’ve seen the bumper stickers. Now, discover what all the fuss is about.

June 20, 2015 : Northeast Delta Dental Mt Washington Road Race
A footrace to the summit of Mt. Washington! Runners from around the globe come to the Mt. Washington Auto Road to take on the fabled climb. Auto Road closed to the public until 1:30pm. 

June 20, 2015: Minis on Top
200+ Mini Coopers from around the world enjoy an evening tour and barbecue on the Mt. Washington Auto Road. You can bring your car group or club here too!

June 21 & 26 2015: Sunrise on Mt Washington
The Auto Road opens at 3:30 am for cars, pickups and motorcycles to drive to the summit of Mt. Washington. Experience the brilliant colors, crisp mountain air and maybe even a view of the sun coming up over the Atlantic Ocean.

July 11, 2015 : Newton’s Revenge
The race is contested on the same exact course as the original Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb, making Newton’s Revenge the other Toughest Hillclimb in the World. Road opens to race traffic only at 6:00 am. Line up for racers at 8:20 am.

July 18, 2015 : Seek Your Peak
As the largest annual fundraiser of the nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, Seek the Peak welcomes hikers of all ages and abilities to Mount Washington and its neighboring peaks and places of interest in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire.

July 26, 2015: Sunrise on Mt Washington
The Auto Road opens at 3:30 am for cars, pickups and motorcycles to drive to the summit of Mt. Washington. Experience the brilliant colors, crisp mountain air and maybe even a view of the sun coming up over the Atlantic Ocean.

August 15, 2015 : Mt Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hill Climb
The Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb and Newton’s Revenge are known as the toughest hillclimbs in the world at 7.6 miles in length, has an average grade of 12% with extended sections of 18% and the last 50 yards is an amazing 22%! Sprint that to the finish!

August 30, 2015: Sunrise on Mt Washington
The Auto Road opens at 3:30 am for cars, pickups and motorcycles to drive to the summit of Mt. Washington. Experience the brilliant colors, crisp mountain air and maybe even a view of the sun coming up over the Atlantic Ocean


Summer Early Birds!

Save up to 15% off your Summer stay with us!

Book a 2-night stay minimum and get

15% off your entire stay if you book before April 15, 2015

10% off your entire stay if you book between April 15 and May 15, 2015

Conditions : 

  • Stay must be between June 26 and September 3, 2015.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offer, special deal, gift certificate or package.
  • Discount doesn’t apply on extra people/child charge or dog fee (in dog friendly rooms).
  • 50% deposit of our regular rates is required upon reservation
  • This offer can be redeemed only when booking online from our website at http://www.north-conway.com and mention “SUMMER EARLY BIRDS SPECIAL” at check-out.

March 2015 : One month left to Ski & Snow Play!

With the best snow in history, Cranmore Mountain Lodge is the place to stay to enjoy the last weeks of winter! Enjoy slow season rates (starting from $90/night + tax) and come play in the Valley before it’s all gone!


Every Tuesday : It’s Two-for-One Canopy Tour at Bretton Woods

Every Wednesday : It’s Two-for-One Skiing & Riding at Bretton Woods

March 1, 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 28 & 29 : Snowshoe Tours at Jackson X-Country

March 1 : Ski & Shoe to the Clouds at Great Glen Trails

March 1 & 15 : Winter Fat Biking at Great Glen Trails

March 6 : EMS Randonnee Night Tour at Cranmore Mountain

March 7 : Guided Mountain Tour at Cranmore Mountain

March 7 : Ice Carving Contest at Cranmore Mountain

March 7 : Starlit Snowshoe Tour at Great Glen Trails

March 8 & 15 : Ski with a Naturalist at Great Glen Trails

March 13, 14 & 15 : Peak Resorts Stunt Airbag Tour Stop at Attitash Mountain

March 14 : Mountain Mush Dogsled Race at Cranmore Mountain

March 15 : Learn to Ski & Ride for FREE at Cranmore Mountain

March 17 : Ski & Ride for only $17 at Bretton Woods

March 20 to 27 : NH Restaurant Week , 3 course prix fixe menus

March 22 : Gaper Jam & BBQ at Cranmore Mountain

March 22 & 28 : Ski with a Friend at Jackson Ski Touring

March 28 : Spring Mania Attitash Pond Skim

March 28 & 29 : 20th Annual Maple Weekend

March 29 : Spring Splash at Cranmore Mountain

February 2015 : We have plenty of natural snow!

The Valley’s 13 ski resorts  and XC Centers have plenty of natural snow. This means you’ll find fabulous conditions on and off the slopes. But skiing is not the only way to get up and down the mountain! Mountain coasters, canopy tours, tubing parks, snowmobile trails, sleigh rides, are all options for enjoying winter in Mt Washington Valley. New this year, visit the Ice Castle that just opened in Lincoln!

Valentine’s Day weekend and February vacations are coming soon : Make sure you have the room you want by booking now! And check out our winter packages for the best value.


Every Tuesday : It’s Two-for-One Canopy Tour at Bretton Woods
February 7 : 12th Annual Ice Festival & Winter Carnival at Remick Farm Museum

February 6-8 : IceFest

February 7, 18 & 28 : Cranapalooza at Cranmore Mountain
February 14 : Chairlift Speed Dating at Black Mountain

February 14 & 21 : Cranapalooza with Fireworks & Guided Mountain Tour at Cranmore Mountain
February 14 to 21 : Starlit Snowshoe Tour at Great Glen Trails

February 22 : Winter Biking at Great Glen Trails
February 18-25: Stunt Airbag Tour Stop at Attitash Mountain
February 22 : Chocolate Festival
February 27 to March 1 : Jackson Snow Sculpting Competition
February 28 : 12th Annual Chilly Chili Stroll in North Conway Village

Historical New England Bed & Breakfast Inn – North Conway NH


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 43 other followers