Crotched Mountain Resort and Spa is located in Francestown, New Hampshire. Crotched Mountain Resort and Spa is located in the historic Monadnock region of New Hampshire, Crotched Mountain Resort and Spa's amenities include an 18-hole golf course, an outdoor pool, clay tennis courts, ice-skating, snowshoeing, and an on-site restaurant built in 1800. The area also has antiquing, hiking at Mount Monadnock, boating, fishing, skiing, snowboarding and much more.
Crotched Mountain Resort and Spa offers smart, contemporary town homes offering the convenience of choosing the accommodations that meet your needs: spacious one bedroom suites that sleep four adults comfortably or two bedroom suites that provide the privacy for your family that you enjoy at home. Fully equipped kitchens including quality cabinets and countertop, refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher, along with coffee maker, toaster, hand mixer, blender, pots, pans, dishes and utensils. Ammenities include: Living room with flat screen/cable TV/VCR DVD combo, fireplace which offers cozy fireside evenings for families or couples, the master bedroom equipped with cable TV, most with private bath, and washer and Dryer for convenience. If you like this area, you may also enjoy Mittersill Vacation Ownership Resort
In the fall, travelers come from around the world to see the White Mountains cloaked in reds and golds. It's all right there for you to hike, bike, kayak and just take in. Crotched Mountain Ski & Ride Area is right next door, with uncrowded trails open day & night, a sweet terrain park, and a friendly ski school, offering the best winter conditions around thanks to New England's most capable snow making system. The 650+ acre private reserve is a winter wonderland. The skating rink beckons skaters, the hills are built for sledding and 8 miles of groomed trails are a cross-country skiers paradise. In the sprin, explore the 5,000 acre Monadnock Park and hike its 3165' summit, the second most climbed mountain in the world. One thousand, five hundred lakes and ponds are nestled in New Hampshire's granite peaks and lush valleys. Many are nearby, perfect for boating, fishing, or a cool, refreshing swim. Summer in New England is all about outdoors.