EXPERIENCE NEW ENGLAND IN AUTUMN
The Spectacular Kancamangus Highway
For the person who enjoys afternoon drives, one of New England’s most spectacular excursions is the 34-mile Kancamagus Highway, known by locals as “the Kank”. It cuts an east-west channel through the 800,000 acre White Mountain National Forest. Views are amazing, so take all the time you can and don’t miss a single pull off.
While you’re out exploring, you should check out the covered bridges of the White Mountains. There are 58 of them in all, including the famous Honeymoon Bridge in Jackson Village, as well as covered bridges crossing the Saco and Swift rivers in Conway. The Jackson Falls in the heart of the village make an ideal location for autumn picture-taking.
"We had really been looking forward to our stay here and we weren't disappointed. Everything about the Christmas Farm Inn was so welcoming - the beautiful lounges were very inviting and comfortable. Our room (upstairs in the Salt Box) was so charming and quaint and qwerky and warm. Staff were really lovely. Despite being very busy, it still seemed so peaceful. We could have settled in here for a long time if we'd been able to." — TripAdvisor Review
"We purchased the elopement package and they did such a wonderful job for our wedding. The room, flowers, food, and ceremony was beautiful! They really made the day special for us a a few of our closest friends. We've enjoyed coming to the Christmas Farm Inn over the years and are happy that we chose them for wedding celebration. Highly recommend!" — Angela, on Google
"We were there for a two nights stay. Our friends booked their wedding here. The whole weekend was amazing, from start to finish. Warm friendly staff, super clean rooms, excellent dining . Though we didn't have our pup with us it was nice to see they are a pet friendly inn. They put on a fantastic wedding experience for our friends." — Daniel, on Google
"Great inn in the heart of Jackson! We are having our wedding here and have been guests of the inn multiple times. The staff are so warm and welcoming. The rooms are spacious and filled with charm. We love every time we come here." — Lisa, on Google
"Thank you for making this the most perfect experience we could have ever asked for. The Inn itself, the delicious food, all of the people we met there and along the way, the local attractions, incredible scenery and charm that surrounds the whole area has made the 8 hour trip from Philly worth every second. We will now be making this an annual tradition. " — Jamie, on Facebook
"Everything...the room is cozy comfortable and food is delicious. Owners and Staff are all very nice. I love this place and feel like a little girl feeling the magic of Christmas again. Highly recommend." — Rhonda, on Facebook
"It’s fun and cozy! The people were very nice. They made us feel like we were home. They were all so friendly and welcoming. The Mistletoe Pub, especially our bartender Joshua was the best! The breakfast was included and it was delicious. It was a perfect place for our Christmas getaway. We will definitely be returning next year. I highly recommend coming here." — Shannon, on Facebook
"Christmas Farm Inn has always been a favorite of my family; whether your visit is for a special occasion or just an overnight, you are promised wonderful hospitality and delicious food. Enjoy!" — Jannie194 of Stratham, NH
"My fiance and I had dinner at the Christmas Farm Inn in order to make dinner selections for the wedding we have booked there in May. The food was amazing and delicious. Presentation was flawless, everything was perfectly cooked and service was very friendly." — Jonathan Decelles
"Beautiful grounds. Romantic atmosphere. Food was excellent. We celebrated our 10 year anniversary and it was great. We had the Calmari over seaweed which was awesome and the sauce was outstanding. Then had Lobster and Shrimp Scampi... To die for! Look forward to going back. I highly recommend this restaurant." — James Fleming
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.