Lodging in Jackson New Hampshire in a classic Country Inn with its own tavern has never been more fun. Dining, dancing, golf, fly fishing, fine dining, cozy accom modations, great specials, and packages are yours at the rollicking and romantic Wildcat Inn & Tavern in the heart of the White Mountains.
With North Conway shopping minutes away, Black Mountain, Storyland, Attitash, Mt. Washingon Auto Road, fly fishing and the Wentworth Golf Club right around the corner you’ll never be bored. Bring your friends, bring your family, even your dog is welcome. We’re looking forward to your next visit.
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Are you planning your wedding in Jackson, North Conway or the greater Mt. Washington Valley? The Wildcat Inn & Tavern has become a favorite spot for romantic weddings and wedding rehearsal dinners in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Contact us and we’ll be happy to provide a tour of the Inn and Tavern grounds and we can provide more information. For flowers for your wedding or special event be sure to visit Dutch Bloemen Winkel also located in Jackson, NH.
What’s Happening In Mount Washington Valley
Harvey Baldwin Mountain Top Music Scholarship Fund Benefit – September 7th
JACKSON NH – On Monday evening, September 7th, at the Wildcat Tavern in Jackson, The Harvey Baldwin Benefit Band featuring Jonathan Sarty, Audrey Drake, Peter Lawlor, Don Walden, Ray Ryan, and Miss Maybelle will perform.
Memorial Hospital Fun Run at Story Land – September 7th
GLEN NH – The Story Land Fun Run, presented by Memorial Hospital, is an event for kids up to 12 years old.
Sunset Soiree Life is short… Eat dessert first! September 12th
PINKHAM NOTCH NH – Sunset Soiree is our premier fall event, combining decadent food and wine with a twilight drive to the top of Mount Washington. Each year is different and the mountain never fails to impress.
Cold River Radio Show | September 13th
INTERVALE NH – The September 13th Cold River Radio show hosted by Jonathan Sarty
The 2015 Mud Bowl
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. – The 2015 Mud Bowl, the championships of mud football, is set to return to North Conway’s Hog Coliseum Friday through Sunday, Sept. 11 through 13.