Omni Mount Washington Resort
310 Mount Washington Hotel Road
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire 03575

72 Hours in Mount Washington

Mount Washington at Sundown

Reconnect and immerse yourselves in the tranquility of the White Mountains, savoring fabulous food and enjoying countless activities.

This sample three-day itinerary details the best places to dine, relax and explore while staying at our National Historic Landmark. Be sure to plan ahead and reserve your preferred dining in advance, as well as popular activities like golf, spa treatments, canopy tour, carriage/sleigh rides and ski lessons.

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Day One

Afternoon

Welcome to New England’s legendary resort. Make your grand entrance up the winding drive to the Porte Cochère, and enjoy complimentary Valet service. Our friendly staff will help gather your luggage, deliver to your room and park your vehicle – and once you’re here, you can leave the driving to us with our complimentary shuttle service throughout the resort, or just call ahead to have your vehicle ready and waiting for your next off-property adventure.

Upon arrival, stop by the Activities Concierge desk to plan or confirm details of your stay, including dining and activity reservations.

Before the sun goes down, grab some Nordic skis or snowshoes and venture outdoors to explore some of our 100km trail network while enjoying SKI magazine’s Best Scenery in the East.

Great Hall

Evening

Relax with sunset snacks and cocktails at the Rosebrook Bar with spectacular mountain views, then head downstairs to Stickney’s Steak & Chop Pub for dinner, featuring prime cuts and regional favorites. After dinner, head over to The Cave, our authentic former Speakeasy featuring live music on select evenings and televised sporting events.

Before you call it a night, don’t forget to place your Select Guest complimentary morning beverage order tag on your door. Not a Select Guest yet? Sign up before arrival and start earning membership perks right away.

Cave bar, Mount Washington

Day Two

Morning

Start your day in the elegant Main Dining Room for our signature Art of Breakfast where friendly servers keep your coffee topped off while our chefs prepare your omelet to order. Enjoy freshly baked croissants, muffins and other baked goods, fresh fruits of the season and signature breakfast specialties.

Then hop on the shuttle and hit the slopes of Bretton Woods – NH’s largest ski area – with a variety of trails and glades for beginners and experts alike. Check out the new 8-passenger gondola, which makes the ride up almost as fun as the ride down. With the Best Snow, Grooming and Scenery in New England according to SKI magazine, there’s no better place to bring out your inner schusser.

Afternoon

After refueling at Slopeside Pub or Latitude 44, head back out on the hill for some more runs, or plan a relaxing afternoon in The Spa, one of Boston Magazine’s Top 12 Spas in New England. Arrive early to get cozy with robes and comfy slippers before heading into the sauna and eucalyptus infused steam rooms, offered in both the ladies’ and men’s lounges. Reconvene for a couple’s duet massage, then relax together in the co-ed lounge where you can savor a light snack from The Spa cuisine menu. Finish up with a glowing facial or signature body treatment, or side-by-side pedicures.

Couple relaxing at spa at Mount Washington

Evening
Enjoy a fireside glass of wine or handmade cocktail in the Great Hall or enjoy the alpine glow from the Rosebrook Bar. For dinner, check out the four-diamond Bretton Arms Inn Dining Room, featuring regional classics with a modern touch, complemented by your favorite bottle of wine from our award-winning wine list. To wrap up the night, pick up a s’mores kit from Morsels, and head out to the fire pit to share tales of the day with fellow guests.

Private dining at Mount Washington

Day Three

Morning

Start the morning off by picking up some freshly baked goods and specialty coffee in Morsels on-the-go. Explore the great outdoors that Mount Washington is famous for and zip through the trees on the year-round Canopy Tour, one of Yankee Magazine’s Unforgettable Guided Adventures. With a little advanced planning, our guides can even tailor a private winter hike, ice climbing excursion, or even a back-country ski experience just for you.

Then hop on the complimentary resort shuttle and head down the road just a bit to Fabyan’s Station, an authentically restored railroad station, serving up great burgers, barbecue and smokehouse dishes, plus local brews to wash it all down.

White Winter on the Zipline

Afternoon

Next up, meet at the Grandfather Clock in the Great Hall at 3:00 p.m. for your historic tour and learn the rich and fascinating history of our National Historic Landmark. Still playing outside? No worries, we offer tours at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. daily.

After your tour, explore the resort’s unique shops and boutiques – from logo wear and sporting gear, to souvenirs and regional crafts, you’re sure to find the perfect reminder of your White Mountain visit.

Evening

Begin the last evening of your private getaway with a sunset carriage or sleigh ride followed by fireside cocktails in the elegant Princess Room. Then settle in for a truly memorable dining experience in the Main Dining Room, a four-diamond restaurant serving delectable regional selections. With its Tiffany stained glass accents and crystal chandeliers, it’s the perfect romantic setting for quiet dinner.

Day Four

Morning

Take it easy and sleep in with an order of room service before you check out. Make it stress-free and order your breakfast the night before – just make your selections on the hang tag and leave outside your door before you call it a night.

With several scenic routes to get you to your next destination, make sure you stop to admire some points of interest on your way out of town:

  • To points south via I-93: enjoy the scenic beauty of Franconia Notch State Park, with popular natural attractions including The Flume, Basin and former site of the Old Man of the Mountain.
  • To points east via Route 302: a variety of waterfalls dot the journey through Crawford Notch, including the Flume and Silver Cascades, or short hikes into Ripley or Arethusa Falls. Still have some extra time? Stop in North Conway for some tax-free shopping and abundant outlets.
  • To points north and west via Route 302: stop in the quaint village of Bethlehem for some antiquing before meandering along the iconic Main Street of Littleton, including the World’s Largest Candy Counter at Chutters, among many other fine shops, boutiques and coffee shops.