Jackson NH Hotel & Surrounding Area
Fall in New Hampshire is truly a magical thing to experience, so it's no surprise that the Boston Globe's piece, 3 Fall Foliage Trips Your Kids Might Actually Enjoy, calls out Jackson as a must-see spot on any well-planned New England leaf-peeping tour. The story even...
It may still be summer technically, but we all feel it. That subtle tinge of coolness in the morning air– fall is creeping in as she tends to do, slowly but surely. So what does that mean? It’s time to plan your New Hampshire getaway to experience the White Mountains’...
The arrival of autumn signals the return of so many great events and sights to see for fall fun in the White Mountains.
Yankee Magazine named Jackson, NH one of the top 25 Fall Foliage Towns in New England with neighboring, North Conway, making the list for leaf peeping as well. Jackson and North Conway have no shortage of magnificent fall views and the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa has all the amenities you are looking for.
Looking for excuses to get outside and see the best New Hampshire fall foliage? You would be hard-pressed to find a better place than Jackson NH, named among the top 25 spots in New England to view autumn leaves. Get outdoors and relish the gorgeous New England fall!
New England is famous for its beautiful fall foliage. Its historically short growing season is responsible, with cold springtime nights, warm days, and brief summers that encourage just the kind of sap flow and chemical production that maximizes falls colors in native trees like the birch, maple, and spruce. The conditions are just right to produce a spectacular show unlike anywhere else in the world.
Photo cred: Alison Karlene Hodgins
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History of Christmas Farm Inn Name
The Inn is not 'Christmas themed' but rather received its name from the gifting of the property at Christmas time – renamed the ‘Christmas Farm’ in honor of the season and spirit of the gift.