Eagle Mountain House
Historic Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club exemplifies New England charm. Its century-old history ties the hotel to the region’s heritage while seamlessly offering all the high-end amenities of any modern hotel alongside pristine, panoramic views of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Originally established as a farm, the pastoral building first opened in 1879 with 12 guest rooms, but the original house was destroyed by fire in 1915. The following year the Eagle Mountain House was reborn, boasting 94 guest rooms and luxury suites, spectacular mountain views, and a 280-foot wrap-around veranda.
The historic hotel in New Hampshire is a short walk from the soothing waters of Wildcat River Falls and minutes from a wide array of outdoor attractions, from the state’s highest peak to some of the regions best fishing and hiking. A spectacular nine-hole mountain golf course, first constructed in 1931, is open from May through October; during the winter, the snow-covered course becomes part of the state’s world-renowned cross-country skiing trails. The hotel itself offers ample evidence of its rich history—pictures of the Eagle Mountain House taken by world-famous photographer Clifton Church grace the walls of the tavern, and the on-site barn—today the Carriage House Ballroom—dates back to the building’s first days. But such antiquated features merely accentuate the building’s historical legacy; in all other ways, the Eagle Mountain House is entirely modern.
The Carriage House Ballroom is housed in the Victorian-era barn which was originally used for horse carts and carriages.
Originally Opened: 1879
179 Carter Notch Road
Jackson, NH 03846
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946
The Gilded Age, 1866 ~ 1895
Historic Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club exemplifies New England charm. Its century-old history ties the hotel to the region’s heritage while seamlessly offering all the high-end amenities of any modern hotel alongside pristine, panoramic views of New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
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