Our Summer Packages are temporarily unavailable until 2022. However, we are happy to provide information on any of these so that you may set them up on your own. We apologize for any inconveniences as we transition back to the post Covid world.

Lazy days of Summer…or not

You just had a great breakfast of waffles smothered in strawberries. Now you sit in a kayak enjoying the morning sun, watching brook trout rise around you, and thinking how wonderful nature is. You follow this with a relaxing swim in a heated pool overlooking a majestic mountain. Off you go to enjoy some hiking in the white mountains. Or maybe it’s Winter, and your off to ski Black Mountain, our next door neighbor. You follow this with a succulent dinner in a beautiful barn and some great entertainment. You enjoy your nightcap by a roaring firepit and off to bed you go to dream about the day that was and the day to follow. This is it! This is the Whitney’s Inn experience! Come enjoy our waters, our trees, our mountains, and our sunsets. Experience nature in the White Mountains!

Discover all there is…

Amenities are plentiful at Whitney’s Inn! 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 some quiet time by our firepit, contemplating life in our woodland ceremony area, 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. But 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. Hiking The Whites
Looking for a great trail in White Mountain National Forest with 375 hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more? It is known for great hiking trails, beautiful views including spectacular views of summer and fall foliage and ample outdoor recreation opportunities. The forest provides wildlife habitat to black bears, peregrine falcons, and bald eagles amongst other animals. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 192 hard trails in White Mountain National Forest ranging from 3.3 to 136.5 miles and from 462 to 6,286 feet above sea level. And don’t forget Mt. Washington, the tallest peak in the Northeast!
2. Kayaking & Tubing on the Saco
One of the largest draws for visitors to the Jackson area is canoeing, kayaking, or tubing down the nearby Saco River and enjoying it’s cool waters. The Saco is just one of many ponds, lakes, and rivers in the area for visitors to enjoy a wildlife kayak trip or take a lazy float in a tub. Echo Lake, Conway Lake, and the nearby Androscoggin River are great trips as well. You can bring your own equipment or we can help you rent what you need through our friends at Saco Canoe Rental.
3. Golfing
North Conway Golf Club, the Wentworth Golf Club, and Hale’s Location are just a few of the local golf course in the valley. These three are within 10 minutes of our property but there are several others within an hour’s drive. If you enjoy great scenery when you’re chasing that little white ball, then you’re in for a treat. With great facilities, manicured grounds, and breathtaking golf holes, you can easily get your golf fix in the Mt. Washington Valley.
4. Shopping
Jackson Village provides some great retail choices but make a point of visiting Flossie’s General Store, the Ravenwood Curio Shoppe, Dutch Bloemen Winkel, and White Mountain Puzzles or enjoy a nice lunch at J-Town Deli, Autumn Nomad, or Yesterday’s. If you’re looking to spend the day shopping, North Conway, with its quaint village and outlet stores, is only 10 minutes away. This makes for a rainy day activity as well.