Kearsage Inn

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42 Seavey Street
North Conway Village, New Hampshire
(603) 356-8700 (800) 637-0087
Fax: (603) 356-8740

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history

The Inn's namesake (the original Kearsarge House Hotel) began as a simple farm. Named for beautiful Mt. Kearsarge whose stately peak frames the village of North Conway, the original "farm" eventually became one of the most popular White Mountain hotels with accommodations for 300 guests. While the stately Kearsarge was lost to fire in 1917, the towering pines that lined the hotel's boardwalk can still be seen today as can the Hotel's graceful band stand near the entrance to Schouler Park.Kearsarge Inn

While the name Kearsarge symbolized the rugged luxury of the White Mountains from the mid 1800's to early 1900's, this famous name also graced the bow of one of the Civil War's greatest sailing ships. The Sloop Kearsarge made naval history in 1864 when she engaged and sank the Confederacy's most feared naval raider the CSS Alabama off the coast of Cherbourg, France. In honor of the original Kearsarge Hotel, our beautiful mountain, and this great ship, the inn has been decorated with one of a kind memorabilia that commemorates the rich history of The Kearsarge name.

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