Places to Stay in Lincoln

Posted on: January 23rd, 2014 by Erin Weir No Comments

800px-White_Mountains_panoramaLincoln and the surrounding area have many lovely places to stay.  From former Guilded Age hotels turned  bed and breakfast  to modern ski resorts with everything you could need right in the hotel.  Stay right on the slopes with ski in ski out access or stay close to the city center with great shopping and dining just a few minutes away!

The Mountain Club on Loon  – If you want easy access to the slopes you can’t get anything better than this! Get ski in ski out access to Loon Mountain at the Mountain Club.  You’re just a few steps away from the lifts at any time! Enjoy on site dining, indoor and outdoor pools, a full service spa and more! You’ll find everything you need right at the resort! And of course you’ll have stunning views of Loon Mountain right outside your window.

Indian Head Resort – This lakeside resort offers beautiful views of Shadow Lake and Franconia Notch State Park.  Enjoy the heated pool and the sauna after a long day on the slopes, or take advantage of the nightly kids activities while you take some time alone with your special someone in the dining room.   All rooms feature 50″ Plasma screen TVs.

Red Sleigh Inn –   Built by J.E Homestead, a dairy farmer and lumber baron from Lincoln, the Red Sleigh Inn is a beautiful historic home that will transport you to the Guilded Age, when wealthy socialites escaped claustrophobic cities to indulge in simpler mountain life. Take in beautiful views of the mountains and begin each day with a hearty country breakfast before heading off to enjoy Loon Mountain.

Snowy Owl Inn –  One of New England’s finest country inns, The Snowy Owl Inn is in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest.   Staff are courteous and knowledgeable and are happy to help you plan your vacation and accommodate you in any way that they can with any special requests you might have.  Town Square is just next door where you will find plenty of great shopping and dining, and skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing are never far away.

Sunset Hill House – Located in Sugar Hill, Sunset Hill House is an historic home with roots in the Grand Resort Hotel days of the White Mountains.  In the early 20th century it played host the elite members of society from New York, Boston, and Newport who traveled to stay at beautiful country “houses” for the season and take in the clear air of the mountains.  Allow yourself to be transported back in time in this 1880 mansion with beautiful views of the White Mountains and Green Mountains.  Start each day with a spectacular full breakfast and relax after a long day on the slopes in your whirlpool tub or on your private deck.



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