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Fabyan House was a grand hotel in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, constructed by Sylvester Marsh who also built the Mount Washington Cog Railway. The hotel burned during construction in 1868 and was rebuilt in 1872. The 500-person hotel offered views of Mount Washington. Offerings included fine dining, game rooms, parlors, and outdoor recreation. A fire destroyed it in 1951.
The area was served at Fabyan Station by the Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad from 1874 and the Portland & Ogdensburg Railroad the following year. The place name "Fabyan" is still in use at the location of the hotel in the town of Carroll, New Hampshire, one mile northwest of Bretton Woods; the location is now the junction of U.S. Route 302 and the Base Station Road leading to the Cog Railway. The Conway Scenic Railroad now offers rail excursions from North Conway through Crawford Notch as far as Fabyan Station.
The Fabyan was one of many grand hotels built during the second half of the 19th century in the area. It burned in 1951.