Travel Information: COVID-19 Update 

Travel Update 

Issued: July 20, 2021

We’re very excited to continue safely welcoming guests to our manor this summer in accordance with current CDC and state guidelines. Masks are no longer required for fully-vaccinated guests. If you have not been fully vaccinated, we ask that you please continue to wear masks indoors or when social distancing is not possible, except when you are eating or drinking.

We hope to see you soon! To book your summer getaway, contact us at 1-800-525-9100 or book online.

Issued: January 11, 2021

The fire pits are burning again on the patio and cocktails are being served starting at 4:30 pm every day!  If you are uncomfortable inside, this is your answer.  Enjoy the mountain views, fresh air and one of the Manor's martinis or specialty cocktails while safely visiting with friends and family. Masks are required except when drinking.  If you prefer to be inside, seating in the Library is safely spaced, staff are wearing masks and guests are required to wear masks except when eating or drinking.

Issued: December 9, 2020

We continue to work diligently to make the Manor safe for you and our staff. Seating in the Wild Rose has been reduced and screens have been placed between tables for safe social distancing. Our staff is masked and guests are required to wear masks when in common areas.

The 2020-21 ski season in America's #1 Ski Town is going to feel a bit different.If you are planning to include a visit to one of the five mountains to ski or ride or explore over 400 km of trails on cross country skis or snowshoes within a 30-minute drive from the Manor, you will need to plan in advance!

Changes in policies and procedures to keep visitors, staff, and our community safe will be found at all areas. There will be capacity limitations, changes in access to base lodges, new rental procedures and many will be requiring advance ticket sales only with preference given to passholders.

Masks are required indoors and out when social distancing is not possible
except when you are eating or drinking.

Plan in advance and check for updates as policies may change
with little notice as needed.

Take a moment to read this Know Before You Go information from Ski NH for an overview of what changes to expect.  They have also collected some Ski Area Winter Operations Update with links to the areas for individual details.


Issued: July 3, 2020

The Stonehurst Manor, Stonehurst Vacation Rentals and Wild Rose Restaurant are open.  All guest rooms and suites are open for reservations. Dining is available indoors in the dining room, on the screened veranda or in the tented outdoor garden. The seasonal pool with mountain views is open and very refreshing!!!  

When you are ready to get away, contact us at 1-800-525-9100 or book online!


Issued: April 16, 2020 

The health and safety of our guests and team members remain Stonehurst Manor’s highest priority. Given the rapidly changing environment surrounding COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily change our office hours, the hotel and related businesses as of Monday March 16, 2020. 

We encourage you to contact us for future reservations by calling us at 603-356-3113 / 800-525-9111. For group bookings, please contact our team at 603-356-3113 / 800-525-9100 or [email protected]. 

Stonehurst Manor is following the recommendations and guidelines set by the CDC.  Our team employs all necessary protocols to ensure the highest standards of sanitation, which our hotel sustains daily. 

Should you have questions, our team is here to help and available to you via email at [email protected] or 603-356-3113 / 800-525-9100.   If you have any emergency matter, you can speak directly with our General Manager any time between 9:00 am until 5:00 pm at 603-356-3113 / 800-525-9100. 

Thank you for your continued loyalty, patience and understanding. We wish you and your loved one’s health and wellness.  Our thoughts are with the communities, individuals and everyone impacted by COVID-19. 

For additional details, please refer to the following resources: 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Travel Advisory

World Health Organization