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Inn at Ellis River

17 Harriman Rd
Jackson NH 03846
(800) 233-8309
(603) 383-9339
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Innkeepers: John and Mary

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Nestled by a sparkling stream in the picturesque village of Jackson, the Inn at Ellis River is the perfect choice for a weekend getaway or to celebrate any special occasion.

Awaken to clear mountain air and a gourmet country breakfast in our sunny dining room. Enjoy afternoon refreshments, our cozy gameroom/pub, sitting room, atrium-enclosed hot tub, sauna, gazebo, and seasonal outdoor heated pool. We also offer free WiFi.

Spend your days exploring waterfalls or enjoy scenic drives, hiking, golf, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, tax-free shopping, or just relaxing. In winter, cross-country ski, snowshoe, take a sleigh ride, or choose from one of five alpine ski centers nearby.

Featured in Yankee Magazine (Editor's Pick 2003), The Boston Globe, New Hampshire Magazine, The Rutland Herald, Arrington’s Inn Traveler.
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Biking Bird Watching Boating Canoeing
Christmas Tree Farm Cog Railway Cross-Country Skiing Fine Dining
Fishing Golfing Hiking Historical Sites
Horseback Riding Kayaking Lake Massage
Mt. Washington Auto Road Museum/Galleries National/State Parks Outlet Stores
Picnic Areas River Shopping Sight-seeing
Ski Area Skiing Swimming Theatre/ Concerts/ Performances
Water Sports Waterfalls White Mountain National Forest Wildlife Preserves
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2 Beds In Room Afternoon Tea Air Conditioned Alarm Clock
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Copier DVD Fax Fireplace in Common Area
Fireplace in Room Gardens (at inn) Guest Computer Guest Refrigerator
Guest Telephone Hairdryer Handicapped Accessible (Limited) Ironing Board
Jacuzzi/Hot Tub in Room Jacuzzi/Hot Tub Outdoors King Bed Library
Massage Available Meeting Facilities Microwave Parking
Piano Private Balcony Private Baths Private Entrance
Queen Bed Sauna Spa Services Swimming Pool
Telephone in Room TV in Common Area TV in Room VCR
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Full Gourmet Breakfast Picnic Lunches and Dining with advance reservation
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Check In Policy:
Check-in is welcomed from 3 pm. Please inform us if your arrival will be later than 10 pm.
Check Out Policy:
Check-out is requested by 11 am. (Late check out at 12:00 p.m. is subject to availability with advance notice).
Cancellation Policy:
With at least 14 days cancellation notice, we will refund your deposit less a $25 administrative fee. For reservations cancelled within 14 days of the arrival date there is no refund unless the room can be rebooked for the entire period of the stay. The deposit will be forfeited if guests do not arrive, arrive after the reserved date or depart before the final date of the confirmed reservation.
Children: Children ages 12+
The Inn is primarily a romantic getaway and special occasion destination and not appropriate for children under twelve.
Childcare: No
Deposit Policy:
All reservations must be secured by a deposit equal to 50% of the reserved stay, with a minimum of one night's room and tax. The advance deposit guarantees both the guest and the Inn the entire period is reserved. Confirmation letters are sent via e-mail or the postal service with every reservation; please note arrival and departure dates carefully.
No Pets Allowed
The inn is not able to accommodate pets at this time. We can provide the name of places where your dog may board at night and join you during the day for hiking or other outdoor activities.
Pets Living At Inn: No
Smoking: Outside
The inn is a smoke-free environment, however, guests may smoke while enjoying our outdoor grounds.
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Posted By Anne on 09/28/2013
Overall this is a wonderful place to stay. Little town is quiet and sleepy. Very relaxing.
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Posted By RS on 10/12/2011
We would stay at this inn again. Nice, quiet, clean and relaxing with good common areas.
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Posted By julius99 on 11/24/2010
In my life I have stayed in many places and occupied beds as spartan as an army barracks and as luxurious as a five star hotel on the French Riviera. All had their purpose and place in time and a slot in my memory to be pulled out and examined when occasioned by some present day event, important or, more often, totally insignificant. I knew and respected them for what they were: temporary quarters to be enjoyed or endured but not confused with beds of greater importance such as my bed when I was growing up and my marital bed later on as an adult. The Inn at Ellis River has come closer than any place I have known to being associated in my mind and senses with home. The building itself, set back 100 yards from the road is long and low, possessing a comfortable scale of a private house for someone with a large family. The Ellis River runs down from the mountains another fifty yards behind the building adding sight and sound that I found comforting. The interior compounds the impression of a private residence, and one that might have been on the cutting edge of Edwardian style at the turn of the twentieth century. The rooms are not the huge spaces meant for busloads of tourists fresh from McDonalds but instead but to accommodate small groups, couples and single people looking for both comfort, convenience and atmosphere. There is a billiard room with green complicated wallpaper and a dark wood bar. I could almost see stout, elderly gentlemen sitting reading the London Times while puffing on Havana leaf with a snifter of whiskey by their side. The room we had was not large but comfortable with a modern bath/Jacuzzi combination. The was a small TV/CD player on the dresser for those unable to be away from such entertainment. The bed was extremely comfortable. The most important part of the Inn At Ellis River, however, was not the building or the decor, or even the beds, but the inn keepers and staff who consciously and unconsciously went out of their way to make us feel welcome and part of the Ellis River family. We got a hug from Lyn Norris and a warm handshake from her husband, Frank. We swapped laughs and a joke or two with the friendly woman making up a bed in one of the rooms. The morning we were due to depart, we enjoyed an excellent breakfast(eggs benedict en croute were superb and the Harrington bacon that came with it was almost in a totally different food group from the standard offerings at the supermarket) and were served by a young woman who joked and smiled as if we were family. It is easy to speak highly of such a place run by such people. Praise simply glides of the tongue and into the word processor but, for myself and my wife, the most important point comes last. During the ongoing recession companies are emphasizing customer services and trying to retain as many customers as possible. I have spent years in the customer service field and recognize two basic truths. The first is that you can teach elements of dealing with people and standardize much of the interaction between an organization and its customers but that only gets you so far.The second truth is that there are people who are born with the instinct and personality that allows them to relate almost instantly to people around them. They are to customer service what the Paul Dean is to the Food Network. The Inn at Ellis Riveris blessed to have several of these talented people. We met them and were instantly captivated. Do put this inn on your MUST VISIT list. It will be well worth the time and effort.
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Posted By Ann & Ray on 03/02/2010
What a great choice we made. The inn was immaculate, The staff was friendly and very accommodating to our dietary needs. The food was better than a 5 star restaurant. We loved everything about the inn and we will certainly go back.
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Posted By john on 01/13/2010
We love this place. The welcome is like coming home, and there is never a false note - the people are all devoted to what they do, and that makes the difference.
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Posted By Tara on 06/14/2009
If anyone is looking for a relaxing getaway, honeymoon, or vacation, this is the place! This was our honeymoon and we were treated wonderfully! The room was beutiful, so peaceful and relaxing. The Innkeepers were friendly and very accomodating, as was the staff. The "included" breakfasts every morning were a wonderful (delicious) way to start each day! We enjoyed the little pub/gameroom, the private deck overlooking the river, and the easygoing realxing environment, and they recommended great places for us to eat dinner! I hop to get back there some day for an anniversary getaway! Thanks Frank & Lynn, we really enjoyed out romantic honeymoon vacation!
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Posted By Donna on 06/10/2008
The attention we received was comparable with staying at a resort but on a more personal level. Very helpful, and organized, the inn was able to help us sightsee, eat at local eateries and just relax with the immenities provided by the inn. Well worth the money.
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Posted By Mandy Doolittle on 08/20/2007
We have just had a marvelous stay in a gorgeous Bed and Breakfast—the Inn at Ellis River in Jackson, New Hampshire. We had the kindest hosts in the world—Lyn and Frank Baker. We had such a wonderful time that I would like to write and let others know about the fabulous hospitality and lovely rooms and public spaces. Our room was delightful and the breakfasts were superb. The spectacular frittatas, omelets, and home-baked raspberry, blueberry, and lemon cakes were just the beginning. Each afternoon after our day of hiking we were greeted by the smiling faces of Lyn and Frank in addition to home-baked cookies and beverages. The screened-in pagoda overlooking the beautiful Ellis River is another touch never to be forgotten. Thanks to Lyn and Frank for a truly delightful time.

Posted By Lisa Menadue on 07/26/2007
The hosts are gracious and friendly. We've stayed there twice and really enjoyed ourselves both times. The rooms are unique and romantic. The beds are very comfy!

Posted By Katie Rouillard on 07/22/2007
The hospitality was wonderful and the food was great! The room was very clean and comfortable. My husband and I chose this inn 2 years in a row for our anniversary.

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Cottage: 1
Rooms: 18
Suites: 2
Handicap Accessible (limited)
Children ages 12+
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