603.383.4321 | 800.289.8600

Corner of Main St. & Thorn Hill Rd
PO Box 822 - Jackson, NH 03846

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We enjoyed very much our stay at the Inn at Jackson. From the beginning, you feel like a friend and not only a guest. The beautiful weather was only beaten by the hospitality and friendliness of the great people of the inn.--Susanne & Bernd, Germany


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All Guestrooms Have Air Conditioning, Cable TV with DVD players, and Private Bathrooms!

Victorian Style Rooms (1st and 2nd Floors)-These are the larger of the two style rooms and have fireplaces or gas stoves.

Governor Wentworth Room (#1):

Recently renovated with wainscoting, fresh paint, and a gorgeous fabric headboard, this room is located on the first floor, offers handicap accessibility, and has its own separate entrance from the wrap-around porch. Features include a new king bed, wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and a bathroom with a shower/tub combination.

Josiah Bartlett Room (#2)

This room features a beautiful four poster queen bed, two Queen Anne chairs and a pedestal table and gas fireplace. There are several windows facing west, offering great sunset views of the mountains.  There is also a bathroom with a unique claw foot tub and pedestal sink. 

Robert Frost Room (#3):  

Featuring a new colonial oak King size bed (the four poster bed in photo has been replaced), a window seat overlooking Jackson Village with views of Black Mountain, this room has it all.  Also has a private bathroom with jacuzzi tub and a wood burning fireplace with antique mantle and columns.

Franklin Pierce Room (#4):

Perfect for accommodating families or traveling friends, this unique and charming room offers a two queen beds, a gold-leaf Victorian loveseat in front of a new gas stove. There is an antique dresser, hardwood floors and large windows overlooking the picturesque village of Jackson. This room sleeps four to five people comfortably, and also has a bathroom with a shower.

Daniel Webster Room (#5)

Similar to Room #3, this very popular room is spacious, with a magnificent four poster king size bed, window seat, two Queen Anne chairs and a wood burning fireplace.  With two large closets, this room has ample storage space as well.  Mountain and village views are enjoyed out of the sunny windows.  The bathroom has a shower and pedestal sink.  The color themes are yellow and blue, lending a cheerful and sunny ambiance to this room.

Horace Greeley Room (#6):

This suite is the brightest and sunniest in the inn. The room is also unique in that it can comfortably accommodate three people. The room features a queen four poster bed, gas fireplace, and hardwood floors. There is a separate sitting area with a single pull-out couch. The bathroom has a shower and pedestal sink.

John Paul Jones Room (#7):

Elegant in its simplicity, this room is large, sunny and offers individual climate control heat and AC. Features include a new king bed, gas fireplace, antique armoire, Queen Anne chair with writing table and wall to wall carpeting. This room also has our largest bathroom, with a shower and pedestal sink. The views from the window overlook next door’s Ravenwood Curio Shoppe’s eclectic gardens.

Joe Dodge Room (#8)

This room can comfortably accommodate up to four people with two queen beds, both with unique antique headboards.  There is a small loveseat, braided country rugs, hardwood floors and windows overlooking the lawn of the inn.  The room also contains a new gas fireplace and a bathroom with shower.

Isaac Hull Room (# 9):

Room 9 is newly renovated with a trundle daybed (convertible to two twin beds), and new bedding on a Queen four poster bed with a draped headboard. Great western views of the mountains, sunsets and the village pond are highlights of this charming suite, which can comfortably accommodate up to four people. The room also contains an antique dresser, two Queen Anne night tables, a Queen Anne chenille wingback chair. This bathroom has a shower.


Mountain Lodge Rooms (3rd Floor)-These are the smaller of the two style rooms and do not have fireplace. 

John Stark Room (#10):

This room has a queen size bed, large bureau, two chairs, wall to wall carpeting and wide pine wall planking, and flowered wallpaper, giving it a true country feeling. The bathroom has a shower.

Molly Stark Room (#11)

Pretty in pink and one of the most popular mountain lodge rooms, this sunny room features a queen size sleigh bed, wide pine planking on the walls, two sitting chairs, an antique dresser.  The bathroom has a shower/tub combination.

John Sullivan Room (#12):

One of the coziest rooms in the inn yet a favorite for its unique angles, this room has a queen size sleigh bed, a charming nook with an antique bureau, and is fully carpeted and decorated with green flowered wallpaper. Southern exposure makes for a bright, sunny and cheerful room. Spring provides great views of our flowering crabapple tree. There is also a bathroom including a bathtub/shower combination.

William Whipple Room (#14)

Dark pine paneling is unique in this room, with a queen size bed, antique armoire, a new loveseat with twin pullout, and large built in bureaus.  There are mountain views to the West.  From time to time a friendly ghost comes to vist this room.  The bathroom contains a bathtub/shower combination.

Matthew Thornton Room (#15):

This is the room affectionately known as the “treehouse” room. Tucked in the upper corner of the inn, this room features a queen size bed, wall to wall carpeting, and a delightful little skylight right over the bed, giving the effect of being in a tree house. This unique room is very private, with many nooks and crannies and a long winding entrance.  There are mountain views through the skylight and southern views from the windows.  The bathroom has a shower.


603.383.4321 | 800.289.8600
The Inn at Jackson - Corner of Main Street and Thorn Hill Road
PO Box 822 - Jackson, New Hampshire 03846
GPS: Coordinates: -71.1752,44.138639,0

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