Family-Friendly Hotel in New Hampshire by the Ice Castles

Come join us for Mountain Club on Loon hospitality in the White Mountains, and take in a dazzling, all-ages winter wonderland while you do. We’re inching closer to when one of our area’s leading seasonal attractions opens its (icy) doors: the New Hampshire Ice Castles.

The Frozen Grandeur (and Family Fun) of the Ice Castles

A mere four miles from The Mountain Club on Loon in the town of North Woodstock—one of only a few select locations in North America hosting one of creator Brent Christensen’s frigid fantasylands—the Ice Castles invite you to step into a glittering fairytale landscape.

Composed of millions of pounds of ice crystals and icicles, the Ice Castles wow visitors with ice towers, arches, fountains, tunnels, thrones, slides, and other glazed-over features, with Snow Princesses calling the place home as well.

The “icing” (if you will) on the cake in terms of completing the perfect winter dreamworld picture? The sleigh rides through the woods on offer at the Ice Castles as well.

This unique attraction stems from the ice castles Christensen built to entertain his kids in their snowy Utah yard, and now—at a much grander scale, of course—it’s yours to enjoy in the postcard-perfect White Mountains of New Hampshire.

First-rate White Mountain Hospitality at The Mountain Club on Loon for Exploring the Ice Castles

Make it a knockout family getaway to the wintry White Mountains by combining the dreamy Ice Castles with cozy and decked-out accommodations at The Mountain Club on Loon.

Relish not only the close proximity to the Ice Castles but also the splendid mountainscape scenery and the family-friendly lodgings and amenities our property offers. Our Studios sleep four, our Suites sleep six, our Grand Suites sleep eight, and our Kinsman sleeps 10, providing a variety of setups ideal for groups of different sizes. We’ve got on-site dining at Seasons and the Black Diamond Pub, plus the three-level Mountain Club Spa & Wellness Center with its swimming pool and other attractions.

Throw in the fact that you’re calling the slopes of Loon Mountain home, with unrivaled access to one of New England’s preeminent ski resorts, and you just can’t beat The Mountain Club on Loon for a family winter vacation in the Granite State.

The New Hampshire Ice Castles open up for the season in January, so now’s the time to block off your Mountain Club on Loon stay so you can be sure to enjoy its iced-over charms!