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Intervale, New Hampshire Bed & Breakfasts - In the heart of Mount Washington Valley between ski area, storyland and Conway outlets
Holderness, New Hampshire Bed & Breakfasts - Gorgeous historic stone church above pristine Squam Lake, featured in movie, "On Golden Pond". Guest suite has lovely stained glass windows, private bath, stereo, phone, queen bed, antique woods and hot-tub in a sunny, adjoining "Caribbean Room".
Hampton Beach, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - The Harris Sea Ranch Motel’s goal is to provide our guests with a comfortable stay and an enjoyable vacation. The Harris Sea Ranch is located in the heart of Hampton Beach, NH, on the boardwalk overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Hampton, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - 62 rooms, toll free 866-460-9927, 2-3 room suites, Jacuzzi suite, heated & covered pool, cable TV, kitchenettes, refrigerators, A/C, one block from the beach & all attractions, daily housekeeping, free parking, multi-lingual staff
, United States Bed & Breakfasts - Your New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Destination Welcome to the Inn at Crystal Lake located in a breathtaking village in the white mountains with a seriously delicious restaurant.
Eaton, New Hampshire Bed & Breakfasts - Every season offers unique ways to experience the White Mountains and Lakes Region, and the Inn at Crystal Lake keeps you close to everything, but still tucked away in a quiet little village.
North Hampton, New Hampshire Hotels & Resorts - Seaside Village Resort is "right on the beach" and is "the best family beach resort in NH" according to the Boston Globe Magazine
Colebrook, New Hampshire Fishing Trips - New Hampshire Sports: Fishing Trips
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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.