The Eastman Inn is Centrally Located in North Conway Village, minutes from the mountain trails, rivers, shops and restaurants. Your stay will include a full gourmet breakfast, daily afternoon treats and beverages. Guests find that the wrap around porch with rocking chairs is a great place to spend the evening, watching the world go by. Wrap up in a cozy quilt to keep warm as the evenings cool. Our rooms all have comfortable beds, color cable TV, Window A/C and Central Heating. In the Dining room you will find fresh made cookies, coffee and teas. The Eastman Inn can help plan your vacation in the beautiful Mount Washington Valley. Make sure to check our Lodging Specials page on our website for tremendous vacation savings this Summer. Poker Run hosting, Herb tour weekend.
These Rooms have a Queen Sized bed, Private Bathroom with either a tub/shower, or standalone shower. These are medium sized rooms, all very comfortable with 2 sitting chairs for relaxing, reading or watching TV. Each room has a Flat Screen Color Cable TV. In the Winter we have very warm comfortors and in the Summer bright and cheery country quilts. All rooms are equipped with window air conditioning in the summer. Traditional Queen Rooms are available on all 3 floors. Note that there is no elevator in the 100 year old home
Nightly Rate: $109-$149
Our 4 Premium King Rooms all feature beautiful gas fireplaces on timers you control. These are our Largest rooms with Flat screen TV, Cable TV. Some have Claw foot tubs with showers. Room 10 and 11 each have a private deck and Room 3 sits on the first floor with it's own garden deck facing the shade garden. Every room has wireless internet access. Each room is beautifully decorated.
Nightly Rate: $129-$189
Our 2 Cozy Queen Rooms are the smaller rooms, each with 1 sitting chair, private bath with tub or shower. Cable Color Flat Screen TV may be wall mounted. 1 is on the first floor right off the wrap around porch, the other is on the Second floor. Both are beautifully decorated, each having window air conditioners.
Nightly Rate: $149-$89
5 on September 09, 2013
We have just ended our sixth visit to the Inn and had a wonderful time as we have every year. It is such a relaxing place, the rooms are always inviting and clean and breakfasts delicious. Having your breakfast right at the Inn is not only a good value, it is a time saver as well. Art, the owner, will always take the time to talk to his guests, to help make their stay at the Inn, and the North Conway area as enjoyable as possible.
5 on July 23, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at the Inn. The room was quaint, comfortable and the antique decor was great, as it was in the rest of the Inn. Arthur, the Innkeeper, was accommodating and his breakfasts were exceptional. We enjoyed visiting with him and he gave great suggestions of places see. The inn is centrally located for all we wanted to see and do. Sitting on the wrap-around-porch was very relaxing and a wonderful mountain view. The only downside was leaving at the end of our stay. I hope we get to come back some time. Thank you for a wonderful stay. Karen and Jerry - Illinois
4.6 on July 22, 2013
We stayed here on Saturday night on our way to the Nascar race in Loudon, it was awesome, close to town and very charming Inn, he recommened the Muddy Moose right across the street and it was one of the best freshest salads I have had. The room was clean, comfortable, the outside welcoming and lots of places to sit on a hot summer's night, The breakfast was delish, quiche,even my very picky husband loved it. Met a very nice couple from Boston who joined us at breakfast. I would recommend this Inn to anyone looking for a place to stay in North Conway, summer or winter. Debbie Glace Bay N.S.
4.4 on July 31, 2012
Upon our arrival we were promptly and warmly greeted by Arthur, the owner. Arthur was thorough in explaining where everything was, including coffee, teas, cookies and bottled water. Upon entering our room we immediately felt right at home. The room was quaintly decorated and very clean. We also met Arthur's granddaughter, Paige, who assisted in serving breakfast. The breakfasts were over the top!!!! So unique and scrumptiously filling. Upon returning to our room in the evening, I would look forward to a hot cup of coffee and a cookie, which was always available. I would highly recommend the Eastman Inn to anyone who desires a charming setting and a positive B&B experience. Whenever we come to North Conway we will definitely stay here!! Thank you Arthur, Marta & Paige for your hospitality and for making our first B&B experience a pleasant one. Sandi & Ron, CT
3.6 on July 26, 2011
We've been traveling for over 40 years and have always stayed in hotels/motels, so we weren't sure what to expect. It was a pleasant experience. Breakfasts were delicious. Would stay in a B&B again.
3.0 on July 18, 2011
My mother and I stayed at Eastman Inn for two nights and we were the only guests present during our stay. When we arrived at the inn the innkeeper told us that she had upgraded our room for no additional fee. The inn was quaint, clean and inviting. We enjoyed the complimentary homemade truffles, peanut butter cookies, hot tea and bottled spring water offered in the afternoons. The complimentary breakfast on the first morning (strawberries and cream French toast), which was made by the owner of the inn Arthur, was one of the most superb breakfasts my mother and I have ever eaten. Arthur (the owner of the inn) was friendly, accommodating and an excellent chef. Overall, we enjoyed our experience at Eastman Inn. Our only reservation was the second morning's breakfast, which was not prepared by Arthur. During our first morning at the inn Arthur informed us that he would be making us an omelet with asparagus, tomato and onion for the following morning’s breakfast. My mother and I were anticipating on having this type of omelet the next day. But the breakfast on the second morning was not anything like what we were expecting; it was prepared by a woman and it was unsavory and inedible. She called it a spinach omelet, but my mother said it taste more like a dry spinach pancake. The spinach omelet was dry and tasteless, the fruit cup was not tasty and the blueberry muffin did not taste fresh or homemade. We were taken aback because the first breakfast and the second breakfast were widely divergent. We were greatly disappointed in the second day’s breakfast because it held no comparison to the superb breakfast the day before. We could not eat the breakfast that was served to us. Overall, the inn was impeccable in cleanliness, hospitality and charm. There should be more consistency in the breakfasts.
4.6 on February 25, 2011
We stayed in the fall of 2010 in an outside entry room. Very cute, clean and inexpensive. We would like to visit again and stay inside. Fantastic breakfasts, hosts were very gracious. Loved it. Thanks ¿
4.0 on November 22, 2010
We traveled to the Eastman Inn B & B with our daughter in law and son. We enjoyed a wonderful weekend of adults only. Our room was selected by our daughter in law and excellent choice she made. We enjoyed traveling through the White Mountains and seeing covered bridges, brooks and streams. Although the gals would have loved to see a Moose, the only moose we were able to see were the statues in the towns. We had supper at an Irish pub and listened to the band. We had a wonderful time. The next day we spent shopping at the outlets of North Conway. We had a wonderful time. Eastman Inn provided us with hospitality, a great breakfast and a wonderful room to relax in at days end. Johnsons from Tiffin, Ohio
4.2 on October 17, 2010
When my husband called to tell me that we would be staying at a B&B I was excited but when he said they would make me gluten-free food I was nervous. At breakfast I was thrilled at the gluten-free baked blueberry french toast. It was delectable! The staff has also been warm and friendly. I will tell everyone I know to stay at the Eastman Inn.
3.4 on September 15, 2010
Very, Very Good- Older house,..friendly innkeepers, breakfast was very good. Would stay here again!
Mountains, Small town, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 68 miles
Take I-95 North 1 mile towards Portland, Take Exit 48 West, turn right after crossing over the Turnpike and proceed for approximately 1 mile north. Turn left on Route 302 (at the 7/11) Stay on the 302 for 60 miles and turn right at the Route 16 intersection. Approximately one mile north of Settlers Green Outlet Village you will come to the Eastman Inn on the right
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Nature area, Valley Scenic Railroad, Mt Washington Cog Railway, Mt. Washington Auto Road, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Private entrance, Wi-Fi , Wrap Around Porch, Rockers
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails
Gourmet Country Breakfast
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free, Vegan
Creme Brulee French Toast
The best and sweetest French Toast you will ever taste. Our return guests ask for it every time they return
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