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Find affordable lodging under $100 during fall foliage season in Mt Washington Valley, NH

News from Mt Washington Valley, NH – August 11, 2016

Contact:  Marti Mayne, 207-846-6331,


Mt Washington Valley is ground zero for fabulous fall foliage and affordable fall getaways

North Conway, NH – Deemed among the top leaf peeping destinations in New England, Mt Washington Valley, NH is a popular fall foliage destination.  While many visitors fear fall foliage rates will be too high, the Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce has scoped out some fabulous fall foliage getaway packages.  With “above normal” temperatures forecasted by NOAA this fall, it’s possible that fall color may extend longer into the season, giving leaf peepers more time to schedule getaways to the fall foliage center of the universe!  In Mt Washington Valley, there’s more than one way to peep a leaf; from the seat of a train, chairlift or zipline, you’ll find plenty of ways to hail the leaf in Mt Washington Valley this fall.  Combine outstanding leaf peeping with an affordable getaway, and you’ve got the perfect combination this fall.

Important note:  All rates for packages here may not be combined with any other promotional offer, discount or gift certificate program.  Rates are subject to availability and the property’s cancellation policies and in most cases (unless stated) do not include 9% lodging tax and are based upon double occupancy.

$100 per night or under – bargain fall foliage getaways

Stay three and save at Mt Washington B&B, Shelburne, NH

Stay three or more nights at this welcoming B&B anytime between September 21 – October 21, 2016 (including Columbus Day) and save $25 per night on rates starting at $125 per night. That means if you stay three nights, rooms start at $100 per night, and all room categories are $25 off rack rate nightly with a three or more night stay.  Add in a fabulous home cooked breakfast (vegetarian and vegan options upon request) and a welcoming innkeeper both included in the rate, not to mention mother nature’s artistry of color and a White Mountains playground surrounding the inn, and you’ve an ideal fall foliage getaway. Info:

Tiny House meets Treehouse at Timberstone Adventures, Stoneham, Maine

Nestled on more than 50 acres bordering the White Mountain National Forest and eight acres of mountain top and ledges, this location offers up a spectacular setting for a unique collection of treehouses, perfect for nature lovers.  Foliage meets Frisbees here too, as every stay includes unlimited time on the Timberstone’s 18-hole disc golf course plus use of hiking trails leading to fabulous fall foliage views.  Stay in the Birdie Treehouse, with two singles and a double bed for just $65 per night (that’s just about $15 per person per night/quad occupancy). It’s primitive – no running water (but a private outhouse just for Birdie guests!) and BYOB (bring your own bedding), but it’s a nature lover’s dream nestled within the disc golf course.  For just $125 per night, stay in the Spruce Suite treehouse with a small kitchen, full bath, a loft with a double bed and a futon in the living room for two additional guests, and everything you need within 375 square feet (that’s just over $30 per person per night/quad occupancy!). Info:

$99 economical rooms at Scenic Vista’s 1785 Inn, Intervale, NH

Frommer’s Travel Guide newsletter says the 1785 inn offersOne of the top 15 views in the world from a hotel or inn”. Poised at what’s called Intervale’s Scenic Vista, this is one place where fall foliage views can be seen from many angles and windows throughout the inn. Stay in an “economical” room with a shared bath and double or double-plus-twin bed starting at just $99 per night including a hearty home-cooked breakfast for two, and take in the fall vista from here.  Access the Mt Washington Valley XC Ski & Snowshoe Center trails right out the door for hiking, biking and photo ops too.  Info:

White Mountains Hostel, Conway offers bunk rooms at $31 per person

Popular among hikers and singles, this hostel, located in a renovated New England farmhouse has 10 rooms, 28 bunks and 5 private rooms. There is big common kitchen and common dining and meeting area for getting to know others. Private rooms with a full bed and a twin start at $59 per person, and those on a budget can stay in either female, male or co-ed bunkrooms for just $31 per person per night. BYO Bedding and food. It’s centrally located for easy access to scenic rides and hiking and biking in Mt Washington Valley. Info:

Mt Washington Valley’s Campgrounds under $50 per night for classic tent sites

Surrounded by the grandeur of the 660,000-acre White Mountain National Forest, Mt Washington Valley’s 10 campgrounds offer up riverside, mountainside and lakeside sites.  Tent sites are usually under $50 per night. Click here to learn more about Mt Washington Valley’s campsites.

Just over $100 per night – great affordable fall foliage getaways

Stay Sun-Thurs for $119/night at Briarcliff Motel, North Conway

Located in the heart of North Conway’s shopping district, midweek rates (Sun-Thurs) start at $119 here throughout fall foliage season, except Fryeburg Fair week (Oct 2-9, 2016).  Rooms come equipped with flat screen TVs, coffee machines and free wi-fi.  The fun, just outside the door, is included in every getaway!  Info: Click here.

Four legged friends free, October 11-31 at Admiral Peary inn, Fryeburg, ME

Fido stays free in rooms at this historic Fryeburg pet-friendly “Bark and Breakfast”, October 11-31, a savings of $25 normally charged for pets.  Rooms start at just $139 per night, including a home cooked breakfast for all two-legged friends, and an in-house playmate (Maya, the inn’s mascot) for all dogs.  Info on the inn’s dog welcome here:

Home to more than 150 lodging properties, from resorts, condos and vacation rentals, inns, B&Bs, motels and more, Mt Washington Valley offers year-round recreation and scenic beauty.  For more information on lodging and full vacation planning resources, visit  To talk to a vacation concierge, call 1-800-DO-SEE-NH (800-367-3364). And to learn more about planning a New Hampshire getaway, visit

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For photos of Mt Washington Valley’s fall foliage and year-round beauty, visit the Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce online Flickr gallery here or contact Marti Mayne at for high-res fall foliage photos. Photo here credited to Dan Houde/