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Hanover, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - Hanover's first and finest Bed and Breakfast offers luxury country lodgings just four miles east of Dartmouth College and three miles from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Portsmouth, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The newest Portsmouth New Hampshire Hotel located next to Portsmouth Harbor Events & Conference Center is the only LEED Certified Hotel in Portsmouth.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - This Fairfield Inn is located approximately two miles from Portsmouth's historic downtown area and 60 miles from Logan International Airport.
West Lebanon, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The Baymont West Lebanon is approximately 80 miles away from Manchester Airport and located at Exit 20 off Interstate 89 and Exit 10S off Interstate 91.
Concord, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - We provide you with just what you need, and skip what you don't, so travel is easy and productive. Coming in with a group, team or staying long term, rather
North Conway, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The Residence Inn by Marriott North Conway hotel is the premier all-suite North Conway hotel.
Gorham, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - Royalty Inn is in the heart of the White Mountains, and it is ideally located near to the Mt. Washington Auto Road. We are within walking distance to many
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The Valley Inn is ideally located near the Village Center of Waterville Valley, an easy stroll to shopping and dining. This hotel charges a 250 Incidental
Loudon, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The Loudon Red Roof Inn is conveniently located just 30 minutes from the Gunstock Ski Area, 10 minutes from the New Hampshire International Speedway and
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New Hampshire is most known for its great ski resorts, hiking trails, and natural beauty. Every year, millions of vacationers travel to New Hampshire to experience all that this beautiful, serene, New England state has to offer. In winter, there are over twenty great ski resorts where visitors can enjoy cross country or downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Come spring, when it is a little warmer, give climbing Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in New England, a try or hike through the White Mountains.
In summer, be sure to check out Lake Winnipesaukee where there are sand castle building contests, boat rentals, and Weirs Beach. The red and orange colors of the leaves are beautiful in the autumn. If you plan to visit during this time makes sure you attend the famous “Fall Foliage Festival” in Warner.
From wine tastings to summer concert series, New Hampshire has it all. As an added bonus, in the state of “live free or die”, you will never have to pay sales tax on your adventure.