Omni Mount Washington Resort
Breton Woods offers a number of summer activities; you can find an up to date list on their website, at www.brettonwoods.com. Current activities include: -Canopy Tour, Scenic Lift Rides, Horseback Riding, Fly Fishing, Guided Adventures, Tennis, Golf, Archery, Mountain Biking, River Tubing and more!
Amazing gilded age hotel. Tours of the hotel are at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 P.M. Confirm with Hotel. Skiing, Golf, amazing spa and more.
Dinner & drinks with the view of Mount Washington. Stroll the grand hotel. Play a round of golf.
Iconic hotel in the White Mountains. It's a drive....definitely a day trip but if you're in the area for more than a few nights, we definitely recommend a drive up to see this iconic hotel, stop for a cocktail in the bar and if you're lucky (weather permitting) you'll catch a glimpse of the summit…
A grand old inn at the base of Mt Washington--the tallest mountain east of the Rockies. Wonderful grounds with endless hiking, great golf open to the public and several places to eat and drink including a cave jazz club/speakeasy. My fave is Stickneys--with stunning views of the mountain, good…
Brings you back to the days of yore...unsurpassed location for sipping an evening drink on the great porch overlooking the Presidential Range.
Fun tubing, sleigh rides, beautiful scenery, excellent upscale date night at The Cave
Our favourite thing to do in the summer is to take a dip in a river. Our favourite place is near the Bernerhof Inn. It is a bit hard to describe how to get to the swimming hole, but one does have to walk down some train tracks. The trains don't run very often and they travel slowly, but of course it…
Great place to visit, sit by the fireplace and enjoy a cocktail or bite to eat after hiking and skiing at Bretton Woods.
“Fave hike in area. Great views for most of the hike you are out on open ridge. Stunning in fall. Not too strenuous (gets a little hairy in some places at top) but all ages and most people should be able to do it. Bring a lunch--you'll want to stay a bit once you get up there.”