The Red Sleigh Inn B&B

"An Inn of Distinction"

Enjoy a family setting in the beautiful White Mountains. The Red Sleigh Inn B&B is located in the former J. E. Henry Homestead. J. E. Henry was the lumber baron and dairy farmer in Lincoln.

We have six guest rooms which have king, queen, full or twin beds. The bedrooms are tastefully decorated with many antiques, and the view from the windows of your room afford a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. A hearty full country breakfast is included with your night's lodging.

Come join us in a warm relaxed atmosphere, full of New Hampshire mountain country hospitality. If you wish, we will help you plan your day of sightseeing, hiking, whatever. With many restaurants in the area, we can recommend one that suits your mood and budget.

King bed with a private bath
$125 - $155

Queen bed with a private bath
$115 - $140

King bed with a private bath
located just across the hall
$110 - $130

Reading room that can be used as an extra guestroom for the Lavender Room
$80 - $100

King bed, twin bed with a private or shared bath
$125 - $155
$30 for extra person in room

Full bed with a shared bath
$75 - $105


First floor, Queen bed. Fridge, TV and private bath with two person Jacuzzi and corner shower
$150 - $175

~ Meals and Rooms Tax add 9% ~
~ Prices subject to change ~

Accommodation Procedures ~

    • Cash, MasterCard, VISA, & personal check accepted
    • One night's stay minimum deposit required
    • Payment refundable up to 14 days prior to reservation - less $20 service charge
    • Late arrivals and early departures are responsible for the entire stay
    • Two night minimum preferred during peak foliage, holiday times and special event weekends
    • Three night minimum required for Columbus Day weekend
    • Check-in after 4 p.m.
    • Check-out 10 a.m.
    • Children over 12 years of age welcome
    • No smoking
    • No guest pets
    • Innkeepers have one cat
    • Rates from $75 to $175 double occupancy
    • Wireless Internet Access
Area Activities Include ~

Plus hiking, fishing, golf, swimming, gold panning, gondola rides, horseback riding, archery, airplane rides, downhill and cross-country skiing, sleigh rides and much more. To see what's available in more detail, please visit the Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce.

Are you a Winter Enthusiast?

Within minutes of Lincoln are major ski areas -- Loon Mountain, Cannon Mountain, Waterville Valley and Bretton Woods. Also in the area are cross country ski trails both groomed and ungroomed. If you are a snowmobiler, Lincoln is part of a major trail system which traverses Franconia Notch. Whatever your winter activity, Lincoln offers it all.

Lincoln is just 2-1/4 hours from Boston and only 1-1/4 hours from the Manchester Airport.

Nature's Most Colorful Show: Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

The vibrant reds, oranges and yellows change from day to day. Each day brings new changes in nature's panorama of beauty. In general, here in the White Mountains, fall foliage is from mid-September to Mid-October. There is no better place to see nature's final fling before the snows of winter arrive.

Innkeepers, Bill & Loretta Deppe
P.O. Box 562
191 Pollard Road
Lincoln, N.H. 03251
(603) 745-8517