• A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Traditional Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($199) or Fridays and Saturdays ($249)
• Daily Breakfast for Two
• Bottle of Champagne and Assorted Chocolates
• Entrance to the White Mountain National Forest Before Snow or Snowshoe Rentals After Snow
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights
The White Mountains of New Hampshire—home of the burliest, most foreboding peaks in New England—inspired hundreds of painters and poets in the mid-19th century. Even today, nearly a decade after the collapse of the iconic Old Man of the Mountain, this dynamic range hasn't lost a lick of its allure. Sunsets through the region's iconic birch trees make for an etherial scene, and miles and miles of wilderness appeal to that quintessential American value: rugged individualism. Skiers, mountaineers, and wildlife seekers will find a haven in these rocky hills, but the small towns that dot the valleys offer country-style comforts in homegrown artisan shops, restaurants, and coffeehouses.
Abutting the southeast edge of White Mountain National Forest and just six miles from North Conway, The Darby Field Inn & Restaurant has been welcoming guests for more than 150 years. Traditional Rooms are located on the third floor of this blue-clapboard mansion and are appointed with a queen-size bed, private bathroom with tub and shower, air-conditioning, and awe-inspiring mountain views.
When you return from the craggy peaks, you can purchase a hot stone massage to melt away the tension from weary muscles. Or, head straight to The Darby Field Restaurant. May we recommend the bourbon-bacon shrimp to start, followed by butternut ravioli and complemented with a glass or bottle from the cosmopolitan wine list? If that sounds all too formal after a day in the mountains, the Tavern Menu offers bites such as burgers and potato wedges for casual appetites.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2014
The Darby Field Inn & Restaurant
Romantic Views in the White Mountains
- from $199