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North Conway Introduction

Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and lush maple forests, North Conway is a gateway to the White Mountains. The village was founded in 1765 by Scandinavian immigrants and is considered the birthplace of North American skiing. It's brimming with New England charm, from the characterful town center with its historic buildings and cozy cafes, to a vintage railroad that winds through the Mount Washington Valley. Beyond snow sports, North Conway is a 4-season hub for adventurers in search of scenic hikes, rock-climbing routes, and paddling trails.

Hotels in North Conway

In the 19th century, North Conway was a sanctuary for affluent vacationers from Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. Today, many of the town's handsome New England buildings continue to operate as North Conway hotels and B&Bs. Expect antique decor, homecooked breakfasts, and a warm New Hampshire welcome. Luxury hotels in North Conway are popular with couples, some offering honeymoon suites. Why not make the most of the scenery and upgrade to a room with mountain views? You'll also find family-friendly resorts, featuring swimming pools and on-site restaurants. Budget travelers can snap up discount hotels run by chain brands.

In the last hour, the most popular choices were:

  • Comfort Inn And Suites has been booked 118 times; click Comfort Inn And Suites for more info.
  • Kearsarge Inn has been booked 42 times; click Kearsarge Inn for more info.
  • Eastman Inn has been booked 17 times; click Eastman Inn for more info.

Where to stay

Most of the action is centered along White Mountain Highway, North Conway's lively main thoroughfare. For a quieter scene, look a few streets back from the highway, where you'll find friendly inns and guesthouses. You'll be within walking distance of bustling cafes and restaurants, as well as outdoor outfitters. Larger resorts are set outside the town center and boast beautiful views of the Carroll County countryside. A 5-mile drive south, Conway offers even more variety. You'll also find a great selection of discount hotels in nearby towns like Jackson and Bartlett.

Things to see

For most visitors, North Conway is all about hitting the slopes and enjoying the crisp mountain air. In winter, the town is packed to the brim with skiers and snowboarders bound for nearby resorts like Attitash, Bretton Woods, Cranmore, and Wildcat. Stop by a local cafe for freshly-brewed coffee and a hearty breakfast before you head out. New Hampshire is also famous for its cross-country skiing, with some of America's best Nordic trails winding through nearby Bretton Woods. Things don't slow down in the summer, when Echo Lake State Park lures rock climbers, hikers, and canoers. The summit trail to Cathedral Ledge is worth the trek, rewarding you with panoramic views over the White Mountains. Other outdoor pursuits include kayaking along the Saco River and admiring fiery fall foliage. After a day of outdoor adventure, load up on wood-fired pizzas, juicy burgers, and craft beer at the legendary Moat Mountain Smoke House & Brewing Co.

How to get to North Conway

North Conway is in Carroll County, a 2-hour drive from Concord. Concord Coach Lines offers regular services to the state capital, as well as Boston. Logan International Airport, a 3-hour drive from North Conway, is a popular air travel gateway. Private vehicles are the easiest way to explore North Conway. Don't miss scenic Kancamagus Highway, a 26-mile stretch of road that showcases the splendor of the White Mountains. You can also ride the Conway Scenic Railroad, which chugs from North Conway to Bartlett.