There was a time when the grand hotels of New Hampshire’s White Mountains beckoned the well-to-do for stays that lasted an entire summer season. Those days may be long gone but three hotels – one of them a survivor and another a reincarnated 21st century version of a 19th century hotel – remain.
All of them have incredible views of Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast at 6,288 feet, a rugged, broad-shouldered mountain with a reputation for having the worst recorded weather in the world.
The Glen House
Start with the new kid on the block, The Glen House, which is a stylish and newborn
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