Offseason is InnSeason

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There is a surfeit of reasons as to why the Loon Valley of New Hampshire is a destination for travelers, national and international alike. Often times, it is a combination of the breathtaking scenery, friendly community, and fresh air. Coming to the Loon Valley, you are surrounded by gorgeous mountains, crystal clear lakes and rivers, and, if sought after, a tranquil silence unbeknownst to even the most worldly of travelers. Our resort, enticingly, is at the center of this peaceful destination.

During this time of year, the few weeks between peak fall foliage and snow white winters, guests of our resort spend much of their time visiting the marvels the White Mountains have to offer, including, but certainly not limited to: Sabbaday Falls, Artist’s Bluff, Georgiana Falls, Mount Washington, and the Lincoln Woods Trail. In addition, in about an hour drive (more or less) in any direction, the perfect day trip awaits you – a leisurely drive along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway; our own Village Shops or the Tilton or North Conway outlets; Littleton Main Street (home to Chutters – the world’s longest candy counter); Bath (where you can find the oldest general store in the country); and the many beautiful covered bridges in the area.

Coming to InnSeason Resorts South Mountain is like coming to your very own mountain home. Our welcoming lobby, hospitable staff, cozy library, and private rooms are perfect for a day, weekend, or week getaway, and we are the ideal place to return to after a day of exploring (visit the White Mountain Explorer page for more ideas)!

And for detailed hiking and exploring maps of our area, we recommend, Steve Smith, The Mountain Wanderer, right here in Lincoln. He offers an assortment of Wilderness and Recreational maps and books, including a collection of his own experiences in our mountains.

Looking forward to seeing you! Lisa, Front Desk Agent

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