Wildcat Mountain is a mid-sized New England ski area that clocks in at 225 acres. There are 49 runs at Wildcat and a vertical of 2112 feet. This vertical is the second highest in New Hampshire and the ninth in New England, making this one of the favorite ski areas for thrill seekers all over New England. There are Wildcat Mountain lodging options to both the north and the south at Gorham and Jackson.

Lodging in Gorham

Top Notch Inn

The Top Notch Inn offers several options for Wildcat Mountain lodging. Two cottages offer a cozy place for larger groups. Mt. Moriah has five bedrooms with two kings, two sets of two twin beds, and a queen, able to sleep up to 12 people comfortably. The Pinkham House is a restored farmhouse from the early 1900’s with amazing hardwood floors. With three bedrooms, this charming cottage can sleep up to eight people comfortably. There are five Country rooms, each decorated in a unique manner and named after local peaks. Each has a king bed and a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains to the south. For standard hotel rooms, there are multiple options, with some that can sleep up to five people. These rooms offer comfortable beds and a quiet way to spend your day after the slopes.

Royalty Inn

Royalty Inn is on the north side of the Notch in Gorham and offers 88 rooms as options for Wildcat Mountain lodging. Each room comes with either one king, one or two queens, or one double and one twin bed. The rooms are comfortably furnished and comfortable, enabling you to get a great night’s sleep before you head off to the slopes in the morning. The Royalty Inn has a 10,000 square foot health club on-site, which every guest has access to. While you might not be interested in working out after being out on the slopes, the sauna and Jacuzzi are more than welcome amenities to sweat out the aches and pains

Lodging in Jackson

Eagle Mountain

Eagle Mountain has hotel rooms as its options for Wildcat Mountain Lodging. With 96 rooms to offer, there are multiple bed options, from a room with two doubles or one with a king bed. If you need more space, take one of the one or two bedroom suites, each able to sleep up to six people. With classic rustic New England décor and gorgeous views of the mountains to the north, you’ll always be relaxed when you’re not on the slopes. The on-site Highfield’s Restaurant offers classic fare with a New England twist and a menu planned and created by Executive Chef Vanessa

Whitney’s Inn

This Wildcat Mountain Lodging offers standard and classic queen rooms that are cozy and comfortable. They offer a great place to end your day when all you need is a bed to sleep in. There are luxury king rooms that offer much more space for those times when you’re traveling with someone else. Each of these rooms has a unique décor with views that look north to the mountains. For larger groups, there are family suites and cottages. The suites sleep four and the cottages sleep up to six. After a long day on the slopes, head for The Shovel Handle for a cold beer and hot pub food for après ski and catching up with friends.

There are numerous options for where you can stay when you ski Wildcat Mountain. Whether you prefer to focus on the insane vertical and less on the room or you want someplace that’s going to pamper you, there are Wildcat Mountain lodging options that will suit your needs.