in 1777 by the Noah Eastman family, the Eastman Inn Bed and Breakfast,
is a stately, three story, 34-room Georgian colonial with a wrap
around porch overlooking the Moat Mountain Range. As one of the
oldest homes in North Conway, the Inn boasts a history rich in
tradition in the development of the social and economic growth
of the Mount Washington Valley.
the early 1900s, the Eastman Inn has operated as a guest house.
One of Noah Eastman's 13 children, a daughter, married into
the Furber family and purchased the Inn from her father. The
1930 edition of the New Hampshire Guidebook describes
the Eastman Inn (then known as the Furber Residence) as:
The Furber residence, North Conway, on the State road in the southern
part of North Conway. The Furber residence is an all-season house,
where hospitality is extended to guests desiring mountain vacations
in the quiet comfort of a private home ..."
years later, hospitality remains our priority. Join us for a relaxing,
quiet vacation in a home steeped in tradition ... for pleasure or
on business, and let us treat you to warm, attentive bed-and-breakfast
hospitality in the splendor and style of a bygone era.