Carter Notch Inn

163 Carter Notch Road P.O. Box 810, Jackson, New Hampshire 03846
Innkeeper(s): Sally Carter & Dick Green
 

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  • Introduction

     

    Carter Notch Inn - Jackson, New HampshireWelcome to the Carter Notch Inn, a beautiful Bed and Breakfast located in the quaint New England village of Jackson, New Hampshire, overlooking the Wildcat River & in the heart of the White Mountains. Lodging in Jackson New Hampshire, the perfect Winter getaway. Near Wildcat Ski area, Attitash and Black Mountains and Cross-country ski trails.

    Whatever your reason for staying in Jackson, our B&B is the perfect retreat, offering an excellent base for hiking Mount Washington or any of the stunning hiking trails in the White Mountain National Forest. Golf or cross country ski from our front door or simply just relax and get away from it all.

    Our guests comment how the setting is quiet, serene and relaxing, yet close to the fabulous restaurants of Jackson and the shopping in North Conway. As you walk through the front door, you're likely to be greeted by the aroma of Sally's baking and welcomed by the warmth of the real log fire. Henry, our Old English Sheepdog will greet you enthusiastically from behind the kitchen door to make you feel right at home.

    Awaken to a full cooked, country style breakfast each morning, with Dick & Sally on hand to help you plan your day and we will greet your return with home made afternoon refreshments. For your comfort, the Inn is totally smoke free and air conditioned. Children over the age of 12 are welcome.

    Sally & Dick look forward to welcoming you and making your vacation in New Hampshire an experience you will want to revisit year after year! Visit us today and find out why so many of our guests consider the Carter Notch Inn to be their second home.

    Dining RoomThe dining room is at the center of your home away from home, enjoy a hearty country breakfast and share activity tips with your innkeepers and other travelers. In summer, take your breakfast 'al-fresco' on our covered porch, surrounded by hanging baskets and bountiful tubs. Each morning we serve a full breakfast including home baked goods, fresh fruit & dishes prepared with local fresh farm eggs, to prepare you for your day's adventures. This is a great time to make new acquaintances or rekindle old ones. Your innkeepers, Sally & Dick will be delighted to help you plan your day's excursions.

    Guests at the Carter Notch Inn feel at home as soon as they arrive. The wrap around porch provides breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, Wildcat river and Eagle Mountain House golf course. This peaceful setting is ideal for reading or sharing the day's activities with other guests, whilst sipping complimentary wine or beer from the guest fridge or cocoa & cookies during cooler months.

    The lounge provides ample seating for those wishing to watch TV, play the piano, read or play board games. A large wood burning fireplace keeps the room warm and cozy. The Den allows the long distance traveler to keep in touch with home by high speed internet computer (Wifi available in all the rooms), complete with smart digital reader to view and download those magical pictures captured during the day. The guest fridge contains complimentary beverages & room for guests to store their own supplies.

    Relax in our year round outdoor hot tub, set on a lovely decking area, where you can enjoy the peaceful, mountain air & look out for the occasional wildlife including deer, bear, moose & turkeys! The Carter Notch Inn is air conditioned and smoke free.

  • How To Find Us

     

     

     

     

     

    Jackson and the surrounding towns of Glen, Bartlett, Intervale, Hart's Location and Bretton Woods are located in the White Mountains Region of New Hampshire. The Jackson Area is close to the northern third of the state with the Maine border just to the east and stretching west through Crawford Notch nearly to Interstate 93.

     

     

     

     

     

    Approximate Mileages 

     

    • Boston, MA - 140 miles
    • Burlington, VT - 140 miles
    • Canadian Border - 115 miles
    • Hartford, CT - 245 miles
    • Manchester, NH - 115 miles
    • Montreal, PQ - 235 miles
    • New York City - 350 miles
    • Ottawa, ON - 325 miles
    • Portsmouth, NH - 85 miles
    • Portland, ME - 70 miles
    • Providence, RI - 200 miles
    • Washington, DC - 550 miles

     

     

    Southern approach to Jackson From I-95:  

    Exit Interstate Route 95 in Portsmouth following signs for the Spaulding Turnpike and White Mountains. Continue on the Spaulding Turnpike which becomes Route 16. Continue traveling North on Route 16 through the Conways which you will reach in about 2 hours. About 8 miles north of North Conway Village in Glen, Route 16 will bear to the right towards Jackson. You will see signs for Jackson about 2.5 miles after this intersection. Enter through the covered bridge or continue 1/2 mile north and follow signs for Jackson Scenic Loop. Look out for the white steepled church on your left hand side; as soon as you reach the church turn right into Carter Notch Road. We are on the left hand side ½ mile up Carter Notch Road.

    Southern approach to Jackson From I-93:

    Take Exit 35 onto Route 3 North. Follow this road for approximately 10 miles until it intersects with Route 302 at Twin Mountain. Make a right turn onto Route 302 East and continue past the Mt. Washington Hotel into the National Forest and through Crawford Notch for about 25 miles. Watch for signs for Route 16 North. At the intersection in Glen, turn left and approximately 2.5 miles north of this intersection you will see the signs for Jackson. Enter through the covered bridge or continue 1/2 mile north and follow signs for Jackson Scenic Loop. Look out for the white steepled church on your left hand side; as soon as you reach the church turn right into Carter Notch Road. We are on the left hand side 1½ mile up Carter Notch Road.

     

    Northern approach to Jackson From I-93:

    Get off at Exit 40 (Bethlehem) and follow Route 302 East (your only choice). Go through the town of Bethlehem following signs for Twin Mountain and Bretton Woods where you will pass the Mt. Washington Hotel on your left. Continue traveling east on Route 302 through Crawford Notch and Bartlett. In Glen, you will turn left at the stoplight onto Route 16 North. Approximately 2.5 miles north of this intersection you will see the signs for Jackson. Enter through the covered bridge or continue 1/2 mile north and follow signs for Jackson Scenic Loop. Look out for the white steepled church on your left hand side; as soon as you reach the church turn right into Carter Notch Road. We are on the left hand side, 1/2 mile up Carter Notch Road.