Mar
10
2019

Hotel Intel: Glen House an engaging getaway for romance or other adventure

The lodge is a gateway to Mount Washington and a draw for backcountry skiing and mountaineering, especially on legendary Tuckerman’s Ravine.

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Feb
28
2019

Here's How You Can Ski with an Olympian Right Here in New Hampshire

Did you know you can ski with an Olympian right here in the gorgeous mountains of New Hampshire? There's still plenty of skiing left to do in the Granite State, so why not treat yourself and your family to day at Great Glen Trails. There you can arrange lessons with Sue Wemyss, a member of the U.S. Ski Team from 1983-1986. Sue is the Ski School Director at Great Glen Trails.

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Feb
01
2019

Snow Report: Super weekend for Super Bowl skiing

PINKHAM NOTCH — Great snow conditions at all touring centers and alpine areas is here for the weekend, thanks to the 9 inches-plus of powder that fell in this week's storm. With the return of more seasonal temperatures following Thursday and Friday's polar vortex, it should be a "super" weekend for Super Bowl skiing.

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Jan
25
2019

'Glorious Mountain Days' a pleasurable read

The dates lined up, July 1902 — a hike up to a shelter on Mount Adams known as the Perch; a couple days of exploration from there; then a hike across the northern Presidentials to Mount Washington and a stay at the Summit House; a descent down through Tuckerman Ravine to Pinkham and a ride back to the Glen House; and finally a hike up to Carter Notch and down the Wildcat River to Jackson.

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Jan
06
2019

Basch: The Glen House elevates Pinkham Notch experience

A lone cross-country skier clad in a red jacket skated swiftly and silently across the open field at the base of a shaded Mount Washington, the early morning sun casting a purple hue across the sky as it touched the frosty crowns of the peaks in New Hampshire’s Presidential Range. Just 16 or so hours before, peering out from the same third-story trail-side hotel window yielded a very different scene as a muted cloudy drape hid the classic alpine scenery.

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Dec
11
2018

Tamworth Distilling Introduces Limited-Edition Vodka, Thai Chili Gin, and Blueberry Nocino

Tamworth Distilling was particularly inspired by their surroundings when they created their White Mountain Vodka, which has a mash bill of organic corn, rye, and malt for a uniquely smooth, sweet flavor profile, and is proofed down after distillation with the pristine water of the Ossipee Aquifer. The Glen House, located at the foot of the Mt. Washington Auto Road, is currently serving their private label White Mountain Vodka at The Notch Grille, where it can be sipped with a full view of the White Mountains in all of their glory.

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Nov
13
2018

The Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Each State in America

The Glen House, a brand new hotel in northeast New Hampshire, also features a beautifully designed bar. The space has the feel of a new-age cabin, an ambiance only enhanced by panoramic views of Mt. Washington.

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Oct
31
2018

For when you're feeling Presidential, there's the Glen House

After this experience, a warm beverage in front of a crackling fire is practically a requirement. Happily, that can be arranged at the Glen House, the new 68-room hotel that sits at the base of the mountain. Although this incarnation of the Glen House opened in September, it is actually the fifth iteration of a Glen House. The original opened in 1852. When the Mount Washington Auto Road (then a carriage road) opened in 1861, guests made the 7-mile trip in stagecoaches, drinking whiskey to dilute the effects of the toxic vapors in the clouds (according to our tour driver, Dave Roy). Fast-forward to 1967, when the fourth Glen House closed. It wouldn’t reopen for 50 years.

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Oct
25
2018

The Glen House

The Glen House, a newly constructed 68-room hotel at the base of the Mount Washington Auto Road, may technically be one of the newer structures in the region, but its roots run deep in the White Mountains. The new hotel, built by construction management firm Martini Northern, of Portsmouth, is the fifth iteration of The Glen House to stand near the site of the original, which opened in 1852 to visitors flocking to the Northeast’s highest peak. The new, stately structure, which opened to the public on Sept. 12, pays homage to its predecessors by including aspects of its previous incarnations, offering a classic look in a bucolic setting.

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Oct
23
2018

Shaheen visits the Glen House's geothermal system

GREEN’S GRANT — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) visited the just-opened Glen House hotel at Mount Washington on Route 16 last Friday to discuss the critical role of energy efficiency initiatives in combating climate change. After touring the closed-loop geothermal heating and cooling system housed with backup propane boiler system in the basement of the three-story building, Shaheen discussed the hotel’s sustainability components with General Manager Howie Wemyss, who also has oversight over the Auto Road and Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center.

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Sep
17
2018

10 Best Things to Do in New England in the Fall

We all know that one of New Hampshire's greatest assets is the cider doughnut: crispy on the outside, best paired with a hot apple cider or hard cider. Farms and roadside stands across the state offer samples and tastings (some, like Meadow Ledge Farm, command 45-minute waits for a doughnut). Consider a trek up to White Mountain Cider Company for dinner and dessert of warm cider doughnuts and ice cream, and overnight at the new Glen House hotel at the base of Mount Washington.

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Sep
14
2018

Stunning New Hotel Opens at Base of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire

Just in time for leaf peeping season, a brand-new hotel opened at the base of Mount Washington this week and it's stunning! The Glen House is a 68-room hotel situated near the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road. It's perfect for outdoor enthusiasts as well as people who just want to get away from it all for a few days. The Glen House is gorgeous. Some of the amenities include, beautiful views (obviously), open bar area, a stone fireplace, gym, an indoor salt water swimming pool and guest rooms that will take your breath away!

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Sep
13
2018

Officially open for business: The Glen House

GREEN’S GRANT — A throng of people gathered Wednesday outside The Glen House at the foot of Mount Washington, where a ribbon-cutting was held by the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce to herald the opening day of the long-awaited hotel. “It’s really striking me about how historic this moment is,” said Howie Wemyss, general manager of Great Glen Trails and the Mt. Washington Auto Road, as he stood in front of the 68-room hostelry, which was built on the site of four previous Glen Houses that went all the way back to 1852.

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Sep
12
2018

Hotel Opening: The Glen House at Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

The Glen House, a new 68-room hotel at the base of Mt. Washington, opened today in New Hampshire. Owned by the Mt. Washington Summit Road Company (MWSRC) and managed by Olympia Hotel Management, The Glen House is just 30 minutes from North Conway and situated near the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road, which the family-owned MWSRC has operated since 1906. The Glen House has deep, historic roots in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The new hotel is the fifth iteration of The Glen House to be built near the site of the original hotel, a landmark that opened in 1852 as tourists began to flock to the summit of 6,288 foot Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast. The new hotel carries on the tradition of its predecessors and is the first property to stand on this site in more than half a century.

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Sep
05
2018

Don’t miss out on these deals on gorgeous fall escapes!

Megyn Kelly TODAY is joined by Jacqueline Gifford, the travel director of Travel + Leisure Magazine. Gifford recommends fall trips to the Ozarks in Missouri, Santa Fe, New Mexico, a resort in Fayetteville, West Virginia and Mt. Washington, New Hampshire.

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Aug
24
2018

Back to the future: Eco-friendly Glen House set to open

PINKHAM NOTCH — History has come full circle at the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road, as a new Glen House Hotel readies for a mid-September opening. It’s a bit like “Back to the Future” — the 68-room, three-story hotel will be the fifth Glen House to reign over the expansive area at the base of Mount Washington that is known as the Glen. With an aesthetic nod to its predecessors, The Glen House Hotel embodies classic New England vernacular, with clapboards and painted trim, similar to the previous four Glen Houses that have stood on the site since 1852.

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Aug
24
2018

Sidebar: A history of past Glen House hotels

PINKHAM NOTCH — The soon-to-open Glen House Hotel will be the fifth by that name in the general vicinity of the Mount Washington Auto Road. All four of its predecessors burned, with the last consumed by fire in 1967. In 1851, the Grand Trunk Railway was completed from Portland, Maine, to Gorham. Tourist traffic increased dramatically. In 1851, John Bellows began to remodel a farmhouse into a hotel on the site of what would become the Glen House. Although his building was not completed, he did take in some tourists that season.

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Jul
27
2018

The Mount Washington Auto Road

The Glen House, which opens this fall, is at the base of the famed Mount Washington Auto Road. It opened in 1861 and remains one of the most compelling attractions in the Northeast to this day. The privately owned and operated Auto Road climbs 4,618 feet from the base and reaches more than a mile in the sky to the highest point in the Northeast at 6,288 feet.

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May
20
2018

The Glen House Rises Again

At the base of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, deep in the White Mountains, The Glen House is ready to rise again.

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May
09
2018

The Glen House Hotel Opens this Fall at the Base of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire

The design of the newest incarnation of The Glen House pays homage to the classic White Mountain hotels of the 1850s, utilizing clapboards and painted trim in a style similar to its predecessors. The guestrooms have the simplicity of Shaker design while the expansive public spaces will have artwork embracing both the history of the Mt. Washington Auto Road and the four previous hotels. Many of the guestrooms will have balconies facing the 6,288-foot peak.

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