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About Bretton Woods

Are you picturing a quiet getaway somewhere with the quintessential charm of a New England small town? Our Bretton Woods homes are tucked away in some of New Hampshire’s most scenic landscapes. From leafers in the autumn to families on winter ski trips, guests flock to this area year after year.

Where is Bretton Woods, NH?

Bretton Woods is an area nestled in the town of Carroll, about 90 miles from the capital city of Concord. Surrounded by 750,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to experience New Hampshire’s beautiful outdoors.

Things to do in Bretton Woods, NH

Perhaps the biggest draw to the area is the Bretton Woods Mountain Resort ski area. In the wintertime, guests can partake in downhill and cross-country skiing—in fact, it’s the largest downhill resort in New Hampshire, boasting 101 trails. 

Also nearby is the majestic Mount Washington Hotel, one of the last grand hotels in New Hampshire. The beautiful grounds are certainly worth a visit, while the resort boasts alpine and Nordic skiing, sledding, and even dog sledding in the winters. When temperatures grow warmer, guests can take advantage of two golf courses, horseback riding, and more. If you really want to be pampered, you can spend a day relaxing in the 25,000 square-foot spa. 

Just minutes from our Bretton Woods cabin rentals lies the incredible Mount Washington, the highest mountain in the northeastern United States—in fact, you may even be able to see it from your window. Whether you’re hiking to the summit via one of the dozens of trails, or admiring it from a distance, it is truly a sight to behold. You can even reach the summit on the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the world’s first mountain climbing cog railway and the second steepest in the world. If you do choose to summit—whether by rail or foot—you’ll find incredible vistas of the White Mountain National Forest, so be sure to bring your camera.

Our Bretton Woods vacation rentals are calling you. Come experience this hidden gem of New Hampshire—browse our homes today to start your adventure.