Winter Specials

Make Follansbee Inn your winter destination for the perfect, romantic weekend relaxing by our fireside. And if you feel energetic, a New Hampshire winter means a flurry of activity.  Snowshoe from our front door or take time to downhill or cross country ski.  Mt. Sunapee, Pat's Peak, and Ragged Mountain are a short, easy drive from Follansbee, as are Pinehill, Norsk, or Eastman Cross Country.  Photograph the beautiful New Hampshire countryside in winter as you traverse Kezar Lake.  Borrow our snowshoes for a peaceful trip through the adjacent state park, or test yourself with a longer trek.

After your active day, come relax by a flickering fire in one of our cozy dens while sipping your favorite beer or wine. Call us at 1-800-626-4221 or 1-603 927-4221 to book now.


Mt. Sunapee Ski & Stay Special, Now until the close of ski season

Pine Hill Ski Club, cross country skiing

Newport Winter Festival, February, 2013, Newport

16th Annual Chocolatefest, March 9, 2013, Colby Sawyer College, New London

March Maple Weekend, (last weekend in March) sugar houses open for tours

Mount Sunapee Ski & Stay Special - January 6 until close of Mt. Sunapee Ski Season.  We have great Ski & Stay Packages for you.  Any Weekday (excludes Mt. Sunapee holiday weekdays), you can ski Mt. Sunapee for $105 per person/double occupancy.  On Weekends, a two night ski & stay package is $250 per person/double occupancy.  This includes your lodging & ski passes.  Enjoy a great apres ski experience at Follansbee Inn.  Our picturesque location also allows for snowshoeing--and we provide the snowshoes!  

Great news for skiers and boarders! We started out today, Friday March 8, 2013 with 6+" of new snow. And it's the kind of snow you dream about; light and fluffy, easy-to-blast-through, the never-ending-smile, kind of snow.  If you cannot take advantage this weekend, we're sure Mount Sunapee will keep the good snow around right through April.  But try for this weekend because the forecast calls for plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 40's!  The mountain should be wide open with skiing and boarding for everyone: groomed runs, glades, and moguls galore.