The Snowy Owl Inn is considered one of New England's finest country inns. Set in the heart of Waterville Valley and the White Mountain National Forest, our all-season 85 room Inn offers a relaxing vacation and a great family getaway.
We are the perfect destination for your next business function, family reunion, or intimate wedding ceremony. Contact our expert group sales office for help in planning your next function. We'll be happy to tailor a package for your group or event including use of our conference rooms, catering or whatever special requests you may have.
We're especially proud of our courteous, attentive staff. Feel free to call them for area information, directions, or any special needs you have.
There's plenty to do in the Valley, and the Snowy Owl Inn is the center for everything. In winter enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing as well as snowboarding, snowshoeing and ice skating is available at the ice arena nearby. At Town Square, just next door, you'll find wonderful shops and lots of activities to keep you as busy as you want to be. In summer, hike the mountains, play a round of golf at the Waterville Valley Golf Club, mountain bike, boat on Corcoran's pond or take a ride up Snow's Mountain chairlift. Enjoy a range of adventures as wide as our valley.
Christmas Tree Getaway in the White Mountains
As beautiful as fall is, it’s almost time to start planning family activities for the holidays. Take advantage of the rustic country weekend at the Snowy Owl Inn. The Christmas Tree Getaway with lodging at the Snowy Owl Inn and a day trip to Rocks Tree Farm to get your holiday tree, wreath and an ornament. A sleigh ride on the farm makes it a picture perfect day – get that holiday photo! Make it a family gathering weekend… Read more »
Autumn foliage in New Hampshire
Well we’ve had a few brisk mornings with the warmer afternoons, that means falls coming! Apple orchards are putting out information on their crops as they are ready, and maybe even some very late season blueberries are still available. Being a tourism destination, its easy to say come ski in the winter, come hike in the summer but fall remains special to us New Englanders. Fall is a slow down season with long drives, hot cider and pumpkin pies. Join… Read more »