Whitney's Farm...

Whitney's Inn was originally Moody Farm built in 1842. We have decided to bring back some of that farm heritage! Three sheds have been added to the far end of the property, which will be housing all kinds of critters, including Nigerian pygmy goats, several types of fancy chickens, sheep, ducks, and rabbits, just to name a few.
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Farm to Table

We will also be expanding our gardens for fresh vegetables. "Farm to table" is becoming very real here at the inn and many of our products will be used in the pub as well as available at our roadside farm stand. Tours of the farm will be available and open times will be posted at the front desk. Meet "Whitney", our new Great Pyrenees puppy, who will protect the livestock. Co-owner, and friendly farmhand, Maria Bilger, will be happy to show you around to meet our newest residents. Come enjoy our waters, our trees, our mountains, and our sunsets. Experience nature in the White Mountains!

25rooms
20staffs
2restaurants

Discover all there is...

A true destination inn, you can spend days on property enjoying all that we have to offer. Whether it’s swimming in our heated pool, fishing or boating in our stocked trout pond, enjoying a casual lunch listening to our babbling brook in our picnic area, enjoying quiet time by our firepit, or watching the horses on the hill behind our property. Whitney’s Inn, offers that pastoral, peaceful setting to allow you to unwind from your busy and hectic life. Before enjoying all of this, start with a full country breakfast in our rustic dining room or outdoor flagstone patio. End your day with dinner in the Shovel Handle Pub, our beautiful, twinkling, barn that comes alive at night with its great atmosphere, offering live music most evenings.
1. The Birches
The Birches Dining Room with its fireplace and snowshoe sconces provides for that elegant "down home" country feeling. Whether it's for our daily breakfast, rehearsal dinners, or special events, the Birches can host up to 75 guests. The Greenery Pub, adjoining our dining room, also leads to our spacious flagstone patio and formal firepit area on our front lawn, where you can enjoy fireside s'mores with your favorite beverage.
2. Shovel Handle Pub
The Shovel Handle Pub is a four-level, post and beam barn that was part of the original Moody Farm and was built in 1842. A combination of twinkle lit beams, artwork, and decorations celebrating our historic past, provide a beautiful backdrop for your dining experience or wedding. Enjoy upscale American pub cuisine provided by Chef Keith Cowan. The combination of ambiance, great food, and our friendly staff is like no other in the Mt. Washington Valley! Please find additional information, including our menu at www.shovelhandlepub.com.
3. Apres Ski
The time-tested tradition of grabbing a beer with your buds following a mountain session, is nearly as old as the sport of skiing itself. Back in the mid-1800s, a few snow bunnies in Telemark, Norway, discovered that a drink simply tasted better after taking a few turns down the slopes.  With live entertainment almost every day during the ski season, come to the Shovel Handle Pub and enjoy for your favorite beverage, rest those weary bones, and enjoy some great music!
4. NH Live Music Scene
The Shovel Handle Pub plays host to one of the best music scenes in New England. With live music most nights, we do our best to attract solo and duos acts from Maine, NH, and Vermont that are unique in their own way. Sit by the fire in our rustic post and beam barn and listen to indie, folk, rock, reggae, pop, country, and much more. Many of these artists have their own original tunes as well. As the beer starts to flow, don’t be surprised to hear yourself joining in on a rendition of “Sweet Caroline”!