Inn at Ellis River

17 Harriman Road P.O. Box 656, Jackson, New Hampshire 25320
Innkeeper(s): Frank Baker and Lyn Norris-Baker
 

Dancing with the Stars? NO ~ Dancing UNDER the Stars in Jackson, NH! 29 Jul 2014, 9:51 pm

Stop traffic! Once a year Jackson Village closes its famous covered bridge so you can dance under the stars at our Covered Bridge Dance! Think of it as a block party on Jackson’s iconic bridge, so bring your dancing shoes when you make plans for your weekend getaway August 1 – 2, 2014! You’ll dance…

Want to Know More About Mt. Washington’s Infamous Weather? 29 Jul 2014, 4:51 pm

If your stay at the Inn in Jackson includes a Wednesday evening this summer, you can take advantage of the free Science in the Mountains programs offered by the Mount Washington Observatory. The Observatory has monitored the ‘world’s worst weather’ at the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast ~ from a 231 mph…

Make NH Farmers’ Markets & Farm Stands Part of Your Weekend Getaway! 24 Jul 2014, 11:19 pm

Summer breakfasts at the Inn at Ellis River feature the bounty of local farms near Jackson and North Conway. Our breakfast bonanza of strawberries from Schartner’s Farm on West Side Road is ending, but blueberries are ripe for the picking at Berry Knoll Farm in Eaton, NH. You can pick blueberries and currants from late…

Emma, a Miniature Dachshund, has joined the Inn at Ellis River Staff 23 Jul 2014, 10:46 am

The newest member of the Inn at Ellis River’s hospitality team is Emma (also called Miss Emma or Emmakins), our assistant innkeeper Christine’s miniature dachshund puppy. Dachshunds were first bred in Germany in the 1600′s, although miniatures were not intentionally bred until a century ago. Their name comes from the German for badger (dachs) and dog (hund)…

Enjoy Peak Experiences on the Summit of Mount Washington 16 Jul 2014, 9:00 pm

You can reach the top of the highest peak in the Northeast by hiking, riding or driving, and there are two special ways to do it this month. Seek the Peak, a hiking event which supports the non-profit Mount Washington Observatory, is Saturday, July 19, 2014. Hikers choose many trails ascending Mount Washington, each offering…

See the Hudson River Fellows Art Exhibit in Jackson, NH 16 Jul 2014, 6:36 pm

For the third summer, 20 landscape artists have been selected as Hudson River Fellows to spend three weeks in Jackson painting en plein air in the White Mountains. Former Fellows and Jackson residents Erik Koeppel and Lauren Sansariq are instructors. The artists are selected each year by the Grand Central Academy of Art in New York…

From Beatles to Blues to Bach ~ Summer Concerts in North Conway, NH 1 Jul 2014, 1:39 pm

The hills will be alive with the sound of music this summer in the White Mountains, so plan to include enjoy an outdoor concert and picnic as part of your New Hampshire summer vacation or weekend getaway. The 32nd Arts Jubilee Annual Summer Concert Series begins Thursday evening, July 17, 2014 at the base of the…

Fourth Night Free ~ July 4 WEEKEND GETAWAY Deal in NH! 18 Jun 2014, 5:23 pm

Celebrate the Fourth of July with a Fourth night Free on your holiday getaway to New Hampshire’s White Mountains this year. You’ll declare independence from holiday weekend gridlock on the highways when you come to stay early (on Wednesday, July 2) or stay a day late (Sunday, July 6) and receive a 25% discount on…

New Hampshire’s Lupine and Alpine Wildflowers Bloom in June! 17 Jun 2014, 7:41 am

June is the ideal time to see fields of Lupine and Mt. Washington’s Alpine Garden in bloom. Many alpine flowers in the White Mountains are native much farther north in Canada, and traveled south with the last ice sheet to be left behind in the high elevations of the Presidentials. This year, local naturalists report many different…

Inn at Ellis River Features Chives at Annual Inn to Inn Herb Tour 12 Jun 2014, 5:09 pm

Chives are much more than just a garnish, although a sprinkling of chives provides both a fresh fragrance and bright green color on a plate. When blooming, the entire scape is a decorative addition to the plate, or you can pull apart the blossoms into ‘confetti’ to add to a salad. The mild onion flavor…
 
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