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Inn at Jackson

At a Glance

    Pros

  • exceptional rooms
  • peaceful setting
  • wonderful breakfasts

    Cons

  • top-floor rooms lack fireplaces

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Inn at Jackson Review

This bright B&B is impeccably maintained and charmingly furnished. The beautiful inn, a 1902 Victorian designed by Stanford White for the Baldwin family of piano fame, overlooks the village. The foyer's staircase is grand, but there's a remarkable relaxed and unpretentious ambience. Guest rooms have oversized windows; nine have fireplaces. The exceptional full breakfasts may include anything from egg soufflé casserole to blueberry pancakes.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Corner of Main St. and Thorn Hill Rd., Jackson, NH, 03846 | Map It
  • Phone: 603/383–4321; 800/289–8600
  • Website:
  • Location: Jackson

    Hotel Details

  • 14 rooms
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-24-2013

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    Inn at Jackson Review

    Jackson, NH, is a wonderful charming little town. There are several good restaurants in town, and more on the road back toward Glen. Entering Jackson through a covered bridge really sets the tone for your visit. We only had one night at the Inn on our travels through the White Mountain area. Upon arrival, about 5 PM, we were surprised that there was literally no one on the premises. There were a couple of cars in the lot, but those folks must have been in their rooms. On the desk was an envelop with our name, and a key to Room 5 (Daniel Webster). The room was large, with windows looking out at the forest and toward town. I would call it an average room for a B&B at this price range. The bed was comfortable, and there was a large closet. We went back downstairs, there were cookies out on the bar. We poked around in the bar and found glasses and ice for our cocktails, which we drank out on the front lawn with a beautiful view of the town framed by trees aflame with fall foliage. Delightful. This inn is a house built by the Baldwin family (Baldwin Pianos) in the early 1900’s. In the large living room, with a fire crackling, there are several books with the history of Jackson and the house. The breakfast was wonderful, and we met the owner. He was gracious and very friendly. This is a great alternative to Inn at Thornhill up the road from this inn. My average rating is based on a comparison with other B&B’s we stayed in during our trip. This one was just a notch less polished than the others.

    by BillJ, 10/24/11

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