Cranmore Inn Bed and Breakfast in North Conway New Hampshire

Helpful info and links

Planning your visit should not be a challenging experience and therefore we have compiled a list of helpful websites to assist you in planning your time here at the Cranmore Inn Bed and Breakfast in North Conway and the White Mountains.  Mount Washington Valley is the perfect place for relaxation or adventure, and there’s plenty to do, see, and savor so please use the below links as a starting point to help you plan your perfect visit.

We have created three different scenic driving loops you can consider during your stay:
Cranmore Inn White Mountains Scenic Loop
– Cranmore Inn Southern Lakes Scenic Loop
Cranmore Inn Northern White Mountains Scenic Loop

For information about trails and hikes in the area we suggest you download the app called Alltrails on your mobile device.  This app offers a great tool to search for hikes based on your capability, hiker ratings and level of difficulty.  For more information about the White Mountain National Forest or the state parks which are interspersed please visit one of the sites below:

White Mountain National Forest (2018 is the Centennial of the Forest!)
Crawford Notch State Park
Echo Lake State Park
Franconia Notch State Park
Madison Boulder Natural Area
White Lake State Park

Included below are links to some of the major attractions you might explore while you are in the area but please visit our list of local area attractions as well.  In addition you can visit our local area chamber of commerce for other local attractions, activities and events.

Conway Scenic Railway
– Area Farmer’s Markets
Flume Gorge
Fryeburg Fair
Area Golf courses
Mt. Washington Auto Road
Mt. Washington Cog Railway
Mt. Washington Cruises
Settler’s Green Outlet shops
Area Ski Mountains (most also have summer activities)
Area Swimming holes
Valley Originals local restaurants association
White Mountain Independent local retailers association

Below is a table of Average Temperatures each month for North Conway, NH.  Please note that temperatures in the Mountains and on Mt. Washington may be lower depending on weather conditions.