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Wildcat Inn And Tavern
  • Free breakfast
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • High-speed internet
  • Bed and Breakfast
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Jackson Village

Wildcat Inn And Tavern

Wildcat Inn And Tavern

Wildcat Inn And Tavern

Wildcat Inn And Tavern -
Wildcat Inn And Tavern -


Route 16A P O Box 7 Main Street
Jackson Village, NH US

Description: Wildcat Inn And Tavern

The Wildcat Inn & Tavern is 85 miles away from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT). The hotel is also situated in the heart of the White Mountains with North Conway shopping minutes away, Black Mountain, Jackson Ski Touring, Attitash, Great Glen Trails, the Wildcat Ski area and Wentworth Golf Club right around the corner. The historic inn is located in the heart of Jackson Village, recently named one of the top ten most romantic towns in the country.Area attractions are antique shopping, art galleries, Gourmet/fine dining, historical interests, live music, national/state parks, nature area, outlet stores, performing theater, picnic area, river, and ski area.The hotel is not a fancy Jackson Bed and Breakfast but a cozy, clean, and comfortable historic inn which serves tea, coffee, and juices every morning. The hotel is a classic Country inn which has its own tavern dining, cozy accommodations, great specials, and packages. During the winter months the steam radiators will keep one warm at night. The hotel offers country dining in its restaurant downstairs. Guests can enjoy beautiful backyard gardens, fireside in one of the charming dining rooms, excellent service, unique accommodations, superior cuisine, great entertainments in the weekends, and the laid back comfort of the hotel's cozy tavern. Pets are allowed and specifically dogs, but only in dog friendly rooms.The hotel also provides smaller inn rooms, larger inn suites, and two bedroom Igloo with queen or full size beds, small private bathrooms, cable TV, and air conditioning for the summer months.
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