The Kearsarge Inn
“The Best Little Hotel Hidden in the Heart of North Conway Village”
If you’re looking for a cozy, comfortable, fun place to stay why spend your vacation driving back and forth to all the shops, restaurants and attractions when you can walk from our front porch to everything in our bustling North Conway, NH mountain Village.
Whether you’re planning a romantic weekend getaway, tons of family fun, hiking, biking, skiing, shopping in our outlets or sipping a steaming mug of coffee in an outdoor cafe The Kearsarge Inn offers the best in North Conway lodging for guests of all ages.
From our Select Rooms with cozy queen size beds and gas fireplaces to our Luxury Rooms with spectacular kings, huge bathrooms, jetted tubs, gas fireplaces and spacious living rooms we are the only Village inn that feels more like a little luxury hotel. We may be a little bit fancy, but we sure are fun!
We invite you to spend your next vacation in North Conway at The Kearsarge Inn. Walk around North Conway Village, rock yourself to sleep on our wide front porch, play croquette on the lawn, or celebrate with friends and family in one of our cottages. You can even bring your dog. Laugh and smile as much as you want, you’re on vacation!
To make your North Conway lodging reservations at your new favorite North Conway hotel you can call us toll-free at 1-855-532-7727.
Whats Happening In Mount Washington Valley
Hoot Night at The Wildcat Tavern Every Tuesday
JACKSON NH – Hoot Night at The Wildcat Inn and Tavern is the longest running open mic night in The Mount Washington Valley.
About Understanding Bobcats in the Granite State – February 16th
Come learn about one of NH’s most fascinating, and elusive creatures..the bobcat.
NHWP’s Three Minute Fiction Slam! – February 28th
NORTH CONWAY NH – A fast paced literary competition that challenges writers to perform original pieces of fiction in three minutes or less in front of a panel of judges.
Cold River Mini Concert Series Featuring David Massengill – March 25th
By birth a Tennessean, David Massengill “emigrated” to the Greenwich Village folk scene in the mid-70’s, walking the same streets and playing the same storied coffee houses as Dylan and Van Ronk.