Kearsarge Inn – North Conway Lodging
New Hampshire’s Kearsage Inn – Mt. Washington Valley Lodging
The Kearsarge Inn of North Conway – and the name of one of the White Mountains Grand Hotels of yesteryear, is now open and welcoming guests. The inns name was inspired by The Kearsarge House Hotel, a popular vacation destination retreat that burned in 1917. Ask us about North Conway, NH Lodging or share reviews. To feature your business, contact us.
North Conway NH Lodging
Eastern Inns, Rt 16, 2955 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860 | 800-628-3750 or 603-356-5447
Located close to North Conway Village and all valley attractions, and resorts. Offering a variety of rooms and suites. Free Wi-Fi, Indoor Pool/Hot Tub, Game Rooms, and Free Cont. Breakfast. Special Storyland packages available. On site hiking/mountain biking trails. Affordable, Clean, Comfortable.
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The location of the new Kearsarge Inn is ideal…you can visit the downtown shops, stores, and restaurants without having to travel. It’s just a short walk from the inn to North Conway’s Main Street, and the ski slopes and athletic club at mt. Cranmore are a quick five minute drive.
The Kearsarge Inn has 16 guest rooms in what was once a apartments and offices. The renovation project cost 1.2 million dollars and includes the latest modern amentities as well as handsome period furnishings. Each of the inn’s guestrooms is a tribute to a person or place this is part of the White Mountain region history. Inn amenities include; gas fireplaces, jacuzzi hot tubs, internet portals, and cable TV.
Throughout the inn there is original artwork from the White Mountain School of Art.
Kearsarge Inn owners, David Peterson and Stewart Dunlop as well as the inns original innkeeper Lucy Van Clefe consider the property to be “a boutique hotel” and an ideal location for small, luxurious corporate meetings and retreats. The inn can accommodate weddings and other functions utilizing a tent which will be set-up on the grounds of the inn during warm weather months.