The Cabernet Inn

3552 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, New Hampshire, 03860, United States
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...but this probably isn't a best effort.  :^/...but this probably isn't a best effort. :^/

Multiply this one tree x millions.  NH autumn. :)Multiply this one tree x millions. NH autumn. :)

The woodshed out back.The woodshed out back.

An afternoon glass of wine INSIDE the DarbyfieldAn afternoon glass of wine INSIDE the Darbyfield

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DRIVING FROM NORTH CONWAY TO STOWE, VERMONT

by kenyancats

Could anybody tell me if they have driven from North Conway to Stowe?
I have a rough idea which way to go. I would like to know if there are any points of interest on the way, to determine which direction we go.

RE: DRIVING FROM NORTH CONWAY TO STOWE, VERMONT

by gilescorey

You'll enjoy either route - I imagine you're choosing between 302, or the Kancamagus(118)? I think I'm partial to 302 during the Winter. The Kancamagus is much more beautiful, I think, during the Summer. 302 will take you past the world famous Mount Washington Hotel, as well as by the base of Mount Washington, itself. You can then hop on 93 North across the border and end up on Vermont 15. I'm not familiar with this stretch of Vermont road. The trip should be relatively quick.

Unless, you decide to forego 93, detour through Franconia and visit Sugar Hill - one of the most photographed villages in New England. Sugar Hill has stellar views of the Presidentials and Lafayette. Plus, from there you can travel through Lisbon, and on into Vermont.

Should you travel the Kancamagus, skip the tacky town of Lincoln and dine in No. Woodstock - an adorable mountain village. Continue on to the Vermont border and pick up on the road from Sugar Hill/Lisbon, towards Barre, Vermont.

I vote 302. Have Fun!

RE: DRIVING FROM NORTH CONWAY TO STOWE, VERMONT

by paulamos101

I would pick up Rt 302 off Rt 16 north of North Conway and follow all the way to Stowe... In Stowe, have breakfast at the Grey Fox... wonderful Dutch pancakes... something different.

Travel Tips for North Conway

Mt. Wildcat.

by Bela_LUng

Wildcat can often be the victim of the cold weather systems which pound nearby Mt. Washington. Keep that in mind when you ski there.

The mountain itself is great for skiing and has some good terrain to ski. I would however make sure that you are not skiing on a really cold day as the weather here can did very low and allow for frostbite. ski's!

Scenic New Hampshire

by pchamlis

"Beautiful all the time, but especially in the fall"

As you probably know after reading this and many of my other pages, I am in love with New England. So is Bonnie, and who knows - we may someday retire there. It's a simple place, full of natural beauty. Yes, it gets colder than a deep freeze in winter, but God Bless them, at least they have seasons - something I miss terribly in Florida. And, the spirit of the people is inspiring as well. Here's a place that folks generally work hard and care about their friends and neighbors. I guess that's it - rural New England is like one large "small town".

Let me just share some fall beauty from our recent anniversary trip to New Hampshire....

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....how about the combination of an ice blue sky and exploding yellow leaves in October?

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.....an early more sky over the White Mountains is worth getting up early and braving the bite of a morning frost.....

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Even in the middle of town, you feel like you're so far away from any hustle or bustle.

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And, New England equals historic covered bridges.

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The peaceful clear blue of Lake Winnepausaukee, another New Hampshire treasure. Kind of makes you remember "On Golden Pond", doesn't it?

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And even though "nature" does a great job of coloring New Hampshire's autumn, the local residents pitch in to make it all perfect.

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Address: 3552 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, New Hampshire, 03860, United States