3 White Mountain Hotels Ready For Summer
By Everett Potter
There was a time when the grand hotels of New Hampshire’s White Mountains beckoned the well-to-do for stays that lasted an entire summer season. Those days may be long gone but three hotels – one of them a survivor and another a reincarnated 21st century version of a 19th century hotel – remain.
All of them have incredible views of Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast at 6,288 feet, a rugged, broad-shouldered mountain with a reputation for having the worst recorded weather in the world.
The Glen House
Start with the new kid on the block, The Glen House, which is a stylish and newborn classic of a hotel, a subtle but sleek and eco-forward property. It may be new but it has deep ancestral roots, since it’s the fifth such property on the site to be named The Glen House since 1852, when tourists began to visit the summit of Mt. Washington via horse and carriage … continue reading