Romantic Inn in Sleepy New Hampshire Town
Just before coming to Snowflake Inn, you cross the covered Honeymoon Bridge—a name that supplies the first hint of the romantic atmosphere permeating the property. The inn’s couples-friendly attitude helped earn it a mention on the Travel Channel’s Great Escapes show. When you arrive, you may catch sight of a wedding ceremony taking place in the great room, where candles and wildflowers decorate a stone fireplace. Upstairs, each suite features a jacuzzi tub big enough for two, and new arrivals are greeted with strawberry-chocolate truffles and a bottle of champagne.
The inn is set on six lush acres close to restaurants, Jackson Falls, golf, and the White Mountains. When the snows arrive, you can hit the trails with complimentary Snow Play Passes to Great Glen Trails. To warm up afterward, head to the tropical indoor spa, a charming grotto with low lighting, candles, and a small waterfall.
Spacious king suites are furnished with ornate pewter bed frames and decorated with sage green and burgundy accents. In addition to the in-room jacuzzi, you’ll find a fireplace and a separate sitting room with a sofa.
Jackson, New Hampshire: Mountain Splendor, Covered Bridges, and White-Steeple Churches
Surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest on all sides, the sleepy town of Jackson is naturally positioned for peaceful solitude and postcard-worthy views. In fact, Yankee magazine named Jackson one of the best towns in New England for fall foliage. The meadows, lakes, and mountain peaks dotting the landscape also make it a haven for hikers and paddlers. Wintertime activities include downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dogsledding, and snowmobiling either at the inn or at designated recreation areas located within a 20-minute drive.
Nearby, sweeping mountain vistas and colonial architecture can both be seen along the 100-mile White Mountains Trail National Scenic Byway. A segment of the loop winds near Jackson, passing white-steeple churches, country cottages, and covered bridges. Miles of groomed hiking trails lead off from the byway in every direction, attracting cross-country skiers after fresh snowfalls.
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