New Hampshire Hotel Guides
Live free or die! New Hampshire's motto
speaks to both the geographical isolation and general independent attitude of
its residents. While highly capable of roughing it through the winters, the state
is warm and welcome when visitors arrive. Bordered by Massachusetts,
Vermont and Maine,
and mostly cut off from New England by the Connecticut River, New
Hampshire is host to the amazing White
Mountain range and to several great lakes as well. Visitors can
enjoy a variety of both outdoor and indoor activities such as visual and
performing arts, hiking, biking, kayaking, boating, skiing, and admiring
foliage in the Fall. The state not only has a healthy amount of entertainment
options, but is home to a wide variety of accommodations to suite the needs of
The Lakes Region is popular
especially during summer time when the water is warm and prime for boating and
lounging in summer homes. Small towns like Sunapee reside right next to many of
the lakes and have accommodations that suite the need of every visitor be it
spring or fall. Hampton Beach is another popular destination located along
the coast of New Hampshire.
This beach is a popular getaway for couples and city dwellers in the summer.
Originally a small artists community, Hampton
provides its guests with a variety of lodging options like old Victorian Inns
or name brand hotels.
Inland are some tidy little towns
typically nestled in amongst the rivers, valleys and mountain ranges.
offer the best of both worlds; close to the coast and inland enough to enjoy
the ski slopes and hiking trails.
is the state mecca for arts, entertainment and history. The state's main
airport is located here, so there are plenty of accommodations available.
on the other hand, is the state capital and a great destination for star
gazing, hiking, golf and its close enough to make a day trip to the White Mountains. Summer, spring, winter or fall no matter
the time or reason, New Hampshire
is a fun, versatile state.
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