Inn at Ellis River’s Cookie Recipe Published in New Cookbook

Oatneal Craisin Chip Cookies

A Taste of Northeast Country Inns, by Jackie White Simak, has just been published as an ebook on Amazon.com. The cookbook features over 250 recipes from about 100 Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns in 11 Northeastern states. Originally published as a paperback in 2002, it has been updated with new recipes and translated into…


Foliage is Arriving in the White Mountains!

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Cool nights and warm days mean the leaves are starting to turn, especially in higher elevations. Our foliage drive north past Mt. Washington this week showed early color through Pinkham Notch, and north toward Errol and Dixville Notch. For a scenic drive through the northern White Mountains, follow Route 16 north from the Inn at Ellis…


A Black Bear visits the Inn at Ellis River

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Thanks to our guests and staff for these photos of the bear who has been a frequent visitor to the Inn this summer. It is one of the stable population of about 5,000 black bears living in New Hampshire. Now that the berries and apples are ripe, our bear seems to enjoy feasting in the woods…


Railfans Days at Conway Scenic Railroad, Sept. 14-15, 2013

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Are you a railroad fan? When you visit the North Conway and Jackson area in late spring, summer or fall, you can enjoy many railroad attractions including the Cog Railway up Mount Washington, the Notch Train or the Valley Train to Bartlett on the Conway Scenic Railroad, as well as the Hartmann Model RR &…


Celebrate Labor Day with a White Mountain Getaway!

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Celebrate the end of summer and the hard work you do all year with a relaxing getaway this Labor Day weekend. Our discounted holiday package includes a three night stay, dinner one evening at a local restaurant, discount for the Mt. Washington Auto Road, free use of Great Glen’s hiking trails, plus breakfasts and afternoon…


Go on a Moose Safari in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

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Moose enjoy their habitat in the White Mountains, especially boggy areas such as those created by beaver dams. Although you may not see a moose close to the Inn, drive north a bit toward Pinkham Notch, go west through Crawford Notch and along the Ammonousuc River, or take Bear Notch Road to the Kancamaugus Highway,…


Stroll the Village at Jackson NH’s First Art Gallery Walk, August 24, 2013

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Several art galleries in Jackson are hosting their first Art Walk from 4 to 8 pm on Saturday, August 24, 2013, come rain or shine. You’ll have the chance to explore the galleries, including White Mountain Photography, Cassidy Gallery, and Group 8 Gallery, see demonstrations by gallery artists, and enjoy refreshments. Galleries on the Art…


White Mountain Art and Artisan Festival is August 17 – 18, 2013

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The annual White Mountain Art and Artisan Festival in Jackson, NH is one of the premier art festivals in the Northern New England. Surrounded by scenery made memorable by the 19th Century White Mountain School of Art, this juried event features over 40 artists and artisans who will display sculpture, pastels, watercolors, etchings, photography, ceramics,…


Cool off with a refreshing glass of our Citrus Mint Iced Tea

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The Inn at Ellis River’s herb garden is thriving, and these warm summer afternoons are the perfect time to enjoy a cool refreshing glass of our Citrus Mint Tea ~ preferably beside our outdoor pool or in an Adirondack chair by the Ellis River. If you can’t get away for a visit to the White…


INDEPENDENCE DAY Celebrations Begin June 28, 2013!

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Plan to get a head start on celebrating Independence Day with Jackson, NH’s fireworks display on June 28. It’s an old-fashioned community event where you can stake out your spot on the golf course and watch the festive display beginning about 9 pm. Come early to claim a spot and sample some treats from the…


Wildquack Festival now will be July 6, 2013, in Jackson, NH

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The Wildquack Festival and Duck Races have been postponed again until Saturday, July 6, 2013. The ducks will swim that day regardless of weather! We know it’s been great weather for ducks but not for everyone who enjoys the village festival. The river is running too fast for the safety of the kids of the…


Mt. Washington Auto Road is open for the summer season!

Mt. Washington Auto Rd Entrance

You may find some snow still capping Mt. Washington, but the Auto Road is open to the summit for the summer! You can drive yourself, or choose to take one of the guided tours ~ this year they are two hours long, including a full hour at the summit where you can tour the Tip…


Getaway to the Wildquack Festival for Memorial Day Weekend!

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Jackson, NH, is the place to celebrate the Memorial Day holiday this year, in the heart of the White Mountains. You’ll celebrate at the Wildquack Duck River Festival on Sunday, May 24, 2013, with an old fashioned day in the village park. There’s not one but THREE duck races. Stand along the banks of the…


Spring arrives with one last snow for lots of fun!

Welcome to Winter at the Inn at Ellis River

We’re welcoming spring in Jackson with fresh snow for spring skiing, freshly groomed xc ski trails, snowshoeing, tubing, and even sleigh rides until the end of March! Plan a last minute getaway to enjoy some spring snow play before Frosty disappears for another year. Where but in Jackson can you find nearby choices of five…


Museum of White Mountain Art hosts ‘On the Road to Jackson’ Inaugural Exhibit

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Jackson, NH’s newest museum and art gallery opened this fall, and it’s free inaugural exhibition is on display through January 6, 2013. ‘The Road to Jackson: A Glimpse of the White Mountains of New Hampshire’ features a selection of 47 nineteenth century paintings from private collections that depict scenes along routes south from Gorham, north…


Halloween is coming, so visit Cranmore Mountain’s Ghoulog on your weekend getaway!

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Every year, Cranmore Mountain turns into a frightful place on weekends in October with their Ghoulog. What’s a ghoul? According to folklore, it’s a monster that resides in graveyards and similar uninhabited places whose favorite snack is human flesh. Then what is a Ghoulog? A frightful hour-long experience that leads the unsuspecting through a series…


Jackson Falls, NH is a beautiful place for wedding vows!

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It’s been a romantic few weeks at the Inn at Ellis River, with a proposal, two elopements, an intimate wedding reception for family and friends after a Jackson Falls wedding, several honeymoons, and anniversary getaways galore! The scenic beauty of Jackson Falls is a natural backdrop for many of these special moments, or sometimes guests…







MARCH MADNESS in New Hampshire means MAPLE!

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Spring temperatures mean sugaring has begun in the Mt. Washington Valley, so let’s hope for lots of that sweet goodness from Black Mountain to top breakfast favorites at the inn. We’re featuring a special Maple Package at the inn for March and April. The New Hampshire Maple Producers will be hosting Maple Weekend March 24-25.…



Leap Day is February 29 ~ A Lady’s Privilege to Propose

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February has 29 days just once every four years, and 2012 gives you one more day for romance, so why not make sure it’s special? What’s especially romantic about Leap Day? It’s ‘The Ladies’ Privilege’. In past centuries, when tradition dictated men were expected to propose marriage to women, Irish folklore tells us St Bridget struck a…


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