On our way back from Boston to Philadelphia, we took a northern route that gave us a 2-day rest in Jackson NH. This is the 3rd old Grand Hotel in the White Mountains that we have sampled in the past year (also the Mount Washington Hotel and the Grand View Hotel). All 3 were excellent and we hope to return to each on a regular basis. The Eagle View Hotel is less grand than the others, but has some advantages: less expensive (both room and dining), quainter, more relaxed, larger rooms, and closer to activities. While it is located along a quiet mountain road in the village of Jackson, it is only 20 minutes away from North Conway with its outlet shopping, specialty shops, movies, dining, etc. It is down the road from Black Mountain skiing, but also close to Attitash and Cranmore. There are dozens of dining selections within a 20-minute range, including within the hotel.
Traveller from Kennett Square, PA
Conveniently near skiing facilities, this Jackson hotel is located in the mountains within 3 mi (5 km) of Jackson Falls …More
Stayed on one of the townhouses and really loved it, clean, comfy and centrally located minutes from attitash, wildcat and Bretton woods. Very spacious and incredible views. Pond and bridges quite charmin as well.
Situated in Jackson, this condominium resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Story Land, Museum of White Mountain Art at Jackson …More
We enjoyed our stay here very much! It is warm & inviting & the staff were very nice. The rooms were quaint with their comfortable antique furniture. The tavern had wonderful entertainment & awesome food! Would love to go back!
Traveller from Summerville,SC
Situated in the mountains, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of White Mountain Art at Jackson …More
Very nice room with a great adjoining deck. Gas fireplace and separate sitting room and bedroom.
I left/lost some items and didn't realize it until after checkout. The front desk and housekeeping were extremely helpful in finding the items for me.
Traveller from Hilton Head Is., S.C.
This family-friendly Jackson hotel is located in a national park, within a 10-minute walk of Museum of White Mountain Art at …More
Year-round recreation surrounds the mountain village of Jackson, from canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, horseback riding, golfing, and fishing to skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, and sleigh rides. Jackson is known for its “Honeymoon” covered bridge, built in 1876. Set high above the village, the Black Mountain Ski Area and Stables is the first ski area in New Hampshire.