North Conway is the “backyard” for millions of people that live in the New England region. Just a few hours drive from New York, Montreal, Boston, and Providence and just minutes from Portland, the region is the second home for vacationing families, adventurous young people and active seniors all year around. North Conway is also visited by hundreds of thousands of international visitors from South America, Europe and Asia. Over 11 million visitors come to the White Mountain Region and North Conway to experience the very best New England has to offer.
Settlers’ Green is located at 2 Common Court, North Conway, NH.
GPS: Latitude 44.024026, Longitude -71.109673. Click here for directions.
Climate & Seasons
Spring and Fall are glorious with temperatures from the 50s to 70s the norm. Nights can dip into the 30s. Summertime averages high 70s to low 80s with a sprinkling of 90 degree days. Nights are apt to be cooler. Winter weather can be extreme with lows in the teens and highs in the 30s. Check www.weather.com for up to date forecasts.
Our Preferred Lodging Properties are listed here and vary from small B & Bs, inns, hotels to 5 star resorts. Many are within walking distance of the outlet shopping center. Spas, resorts, bed & breakfast houses, camp grounds and many national hotels offer all kinds of lodging options. Pitch a tent under the stars (and boy are there stars to see in North Conway!) or climb between a down-filled comforter and a pillow top mattress at a five star hotel and get rested up for the next day of adventure.
World class restaurants and cafes serve up everything from locally grown and range fed chicken and beef to just-caught lobster, market fresh produce and delectable home-made desserts. In fact, there’s a great restaurant every 100 feet on the famous Route 16 strip and when you add in the funky bars, side street cafes and barrista led coffee houses, there’s no excuse for being hungry or thirsty in North Conway. Both Settlers’ Green and Settlers’ Crossing offer a variety of dining options including Black Cap Grille, Starbucks, Brandli’s Pasta Grille, Subway, Wrapsody ‘N Greens and Kaity’s Big Chill. And, North Conway has literally hundreds of cafes, coffee shops, diners, bars and gourmet restaurants.
There are over 100 factory outlet stores in North Conway, most of them located at Settlers’ Green Outlet Village. The original outlet destination resort, North Conway is home to Coach, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Under Armour, Banana Republic and many, many more. Antiques, specialty ski shops, art galleries, craft shops, boutiques and gourmet food shops abound in North Conway and all are tax free!
Hiking, biking, sight-seeing and skiing are some of the most popular and well known activities available in the area. Rock and ice climbing, led by expert climbing guides from Eastern Mountain Sports on the face of Cathedral and White Horse ledge attract the truly adventurous. River canoeing and kayaking, fly fishing and swimming in crystal clear waters with a view to take your breath away are just steps away from shopping and fine dining. Take a ride in a tea cup at Storyland, or enjoy an historic train ride at the Conway Scenic Railroad, there are indoor and outdoor attractions open year round. There’s always something fun to do in North Conway including Arts Jubilee outdoor concerts in July and August, Mud Bowl Football and Parade in September, the Fall Festival and Scarecrow Contest in October, Snow Princess Festival in February and the Polar Express Event in December.
In the winter there are over 3000 chair lifts, trams and gondolas carrying thousands of skiers to the peaks of some of the finest skiing resorts in the eastern United States. Small and family friendly Mt. Cranmore is located just a block from the historic snow train station in North Conway! Skiing is just the start of a winter vacation in North Conway, there’s also cross country, winter hiking, snowshoeing, tubing and ice skating. There is no better value in winter vacationing than North Conway.