A traditional bed and breakfast in an 1853 Federal style farmhouse located on 5.5 acres in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Incredible views of Mt. Washington and the Presidentials, the Androscoggin River, and Reflection Pond. At the entrance to the Mt. Washington Valley we are out of the way but close to everything! Come to play, come to stay, come to getaway from it all - Come Be Pampered! 7 Guest rooms, all with private baths, 2 with whirlpool tubs!
4.0 on March 25, 2015
We had a very nice stay in Mary Anne's house. She' s a very good host....she made the best pancakes we've ever tried. Unfortunately, our stay was short, we hope we can come back in the future. We saw during breakfast very interesting little birds, we had never seen before...We can't remember their name
4.6 on August 23, 2014
Si vous avez dans vos plans d'aller au Mont Washington, je vous suggère FORTEMENT de vous arrêter au Mt. Washington B&B... Mary Ann est une hôtesse hors pair.. Vraiment... un MUST... for sure!!! ;o). Un gros merci y Ann pour votre accueil.. votre grande générosité.. et votre beau sourire .. ;o)..
4.6 on July 01, 2014
We had a very nice stay at the Mt. Washington Bed and Breakfast. The house was charming and comfortable and the innkeeper Mary Ann was very friendly. We slept well, ate well, and had a terrific visit.
5 on June 19, 2014
We came for the Bicknell's Thrush tour. Mary Ann checked the time for us, and prepared a very good breakfast-to-go. We returned after the early morning tour up Mt Washington (got the bird!) to an even better full breakfast. We spent the rest of the day doing more birding and touring the area, eventually returning to a comfortable room, a good night's sleep, and another great breakfast. Mary Ann is a friendly, helpful host.
4.4 on September 23, 2013
The Mt. Washington Bed and Breakfast was such a special treat for us. The inn is quaint and the service excellent. MaryAnn, the Inn Keeper, is a fantastic cook; breakfast was out of this world. Location is good for summer and winter sports. Sarah and William B.
5 on September 13, 2013
We have stayed twice at the Mt. Washington B&B, and it is great. It's a great house, old (historic!) but in very good condition, with lots of personal touches. The innkeeper, Mary Ann, is one of the friendliest people I have met, and bends over backward to accomodate her guests. Excellent breakfasts as well, and a great location for exploring Pinkham Notch on the quieter side of the White mountains. Highly recommend.
5 on March 11, 2013
The Mt. Washington Bed & Breakfast is my preferred place to stay when traveling in New Hampshire. It is clean, quiet and it feels like returning home for the weekend rather than just checking into hotel accommodations. Mary Ann's cooking is top notch and she does everything possible to make sure your stay is both pleasant and memorable. The Mt. Washington Bed & Breakfast is a hidden gem of the White Mountains!
5 on January 05, 2013
My husband and I stayed here last July and had a wonderful time. We were supposed to go four years ago but my husband ended up in the hospital and the trip was postponed due to his health. Mary Ann was awesome. She held our deposit for us, and kept in touch with us all of that time. When we finally met her in person, she seemed like an old friend. The breakfasts were fabulous and the suite was very comfortable and quiet. It was our first time back in New England in 27 years, and exactly what we had missed all of that time. I highly recommend the Mt. Wash. B & B and hope to return soon.
5 on April 10, 2012
What a wonderful B & B! Can't wait to plan my next visit! Mary Ann provides all that you expect of a northern New England B & B. Went to do some snow shoeing and skiing in the area. Every amenity is exceptional with the personal care and attention one would expect at a 5 star resort.
4.6 on October 14, 2011
We stayed at Mt. Washington B&B for a couple nights. We three sisters stayed from the Pacific Northwest. First of all the rooms were quite comfortable. We spent our day "Leaf Peeping" so were only around for early morning and evening. Mary Ann gave lots of interesting info about the area and recommended the backroad driving philosophy and we agreed with her. We saw the heart of the area and received a real taste of the countrysides. She recommended places for dinner and thoroughly enjoyed her advice there as well. Her breakfasts and snacks are wonderful!! We were even thinking about returning for an extra night after our Vermont tour, but didn't end up in the Shelburne area. We highly recommend her hospitality and say "Thanks" to her for a fun time for our first visit to New Hampshire.
National Forest, Ski Area, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port)
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Mt. Washington, White Mountains National Forest, Mt. Washington Auto Road, Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, Wildcat Mountain, Sunday River, Outlet Stores, River, Ski area
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Fireplace, Telephone , Whirlpool scents, shower/bath scents, Movie library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Moose Tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting
Mary Ann Mayer
Cats , Dogs
Mary Ann is a former Psychiatric Social Worker from Long Island. Her favorite hobbies are photographing nature (moose in particular), quilting, and baking. The B & B is decorated with many of her photographs and quilts. Other hobbies include hiking, travel, kayaking on Reflection Pond, music, reading, and meeting new people.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Low Carb, Organic Ingredients
Cinnamon Stuffed French toast
Cinnamon Bread stuffed with cream cheese and walnuts and then prepared as French toast. Served with warm Maple Syrup - decadently delicious!
The Annual Ghost & Goblin Trail offered by Bed & Breakfasts Inn Mt. Washington Valley takes place on Saturday October 25th. This is your chance to travel around the White Mountains in or out of costume while "Trick or Treating". The Great Mystery Muddle of the White Mountains returns again this year, a riddle and jumbled word contest! Treats, prizes, witches, ghosts and goblins! We are offering 2 packages - add a 3rd night for 1/2 off our daily rate! Ghost Package includes 2 nights lodging, tickets for the Trail, spooktacular breakfast, wicked good baked treats in the afternoon, and best costume prize! Rates start at $225 for 2. Family packages also available. Goblin Package is a package for 2 only and includes all of the above plus dinner for 2 at the Notchland Inn. Rates start at $310 for 2. Add a 3rd night to either package for 50% off our daily rate! Rates do not include applicable taxes or gratuity.