The Wilderness Inn is snuggled within the White Mountain National Forest, five miles south of Franconia Notch State Park, offering lodging with character in the quaint New England town of North Woodstock, New Hampshire. Built in 1912 as a lumber mill owner's home, the inn still has a craftsman style décor that welcomes guests to this "neck of the woods". Ideally located, we are eight miles south of Cannon Mountain, five miles west of Loon Mountain, one mile east of the Ice Castles, two and a half hours north of Boston, three hours south of Montreal and on the western edge of the White Mountain National Forest for your hiking pleasure.
Come Relax in Our New Screen Porch Dining Area!
Bring a good book or a refreshing beverage and relax in our newly refinished screened porch dining area. Enjoy the gentle murmurings of the brook and the sounds of birds chirping in the trees. Breakfast can also be served here if you wish.
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We stayed at the Wilderness Inn in North Woodstock, eight miles from Cannon and three from Loon. A 1912 green-shingled house built by a lumber baron, the Inn is within walking distance of village restaurants. Tea and mulled cider (are served) by the fireplace… breakfasts (pancakes, crepes, French toast, omelets) are large and homemade.” From nearby Cannon Mountain, “views over Echo Lake, Franconia Notch, and the northern reaches of the White Mountain National Forest are the most beautifully rugged I’ve seen in the Northeast…A skiing-at-the-top-of-the-world feeling comes in here too.New York Times, review of Cannon and Loon Mountains. Anita Peltonen