Welcome Accommodations Things
to Do Directions Home
and AROUND HOME, IN SEASON ...
eggs for breakfast visit
with our farm animals shear
maple trees and make maple syrup take
a spring morning hike to Carter Notch Hut through acres of woodland
in Wildcat Brook work
with us on a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) organic vegetable
an afternoon reading and napping in the hammock play
on the swings - adults, too! gather
apples and make cider take
a brilliant fall day to walk to the Inn over the hill for lunch,
then walk home and warm up by the fieldstone fireplace with a
cup of hot
marshmallows after sledding by moonlight make
a Christmas wreath build
a snowman take
our shuttle service to Wildcat Mountain and cross-country ski
love to ride around on our homemade hobby horses enjoy
our library of children's books play
backgammon or cards by the fire ambitious
guests are welcome to help clear land for pasture, build fencing
or split firewood!
and AROUND JACKSON ...
Tuckerman's Ravine whitewater
canoeing and kayaking Mt.
Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast, has its famous
auto road and alpine gardens, as well as annual running and bicycling
races golf fishing picnic
and swim at the Jackson Falls (pictured above) Appalachian
Mountain Club huts and trails from our doorstep rock
Mountain Conservation Center bicycling horseback
theatre Storyland Heritage
foliage scenic flights hay
skiing at Black, Wildcat, Cranmore and Attitash - also not-too-far
Sunday River, Bretton Woods, Loon and Cannon Mountains ice
sled rides sledding
and toboganning ice
skiing: Jackson Ski Touring has 154 km of the finest back-country
and groomed trails in the East horse-drawn
sleigh rides on a starry night art
classes with a local artist weekly
gatherings of local poets and song writers who welcome visitors'
contributions dancing antiquing dining
at excellent restaurants from take-out pizza to gourmet ...
Farm Bed & Breakfast, 962 Carter Notch Road, PO Box 9, Jackson, NH 03846-0009
Reservations & Information: 603-383-6531 or Email: MtSideBandB@roadrunner.com
Falls Photo © Sisson