Hotels in New Hampshire
Hotels in New Hampshire offer a variety of options from luxury ski resorts to cozy log cabins and seaside cottages to quaint village inns. After a $20 million rehab, the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa has revived the old time charm of New Hampshire’s historic resorts, most of which have faded away over the years. The butter yellow Colonial Revival was constructed in 1865, but it is still one of the best hotels in New Hampshire, sitting on 400 acres of wilderness at the edge of the White Mountains.
New Hampshire hotels are some of New England’s best inns and B&Bs. The historic Victoria Inn Bed & Breakfast in Portsmouth is located a half mile from the Atlantic Ocean. The charming inn--built in 1875--was recently renovated, and its spacious rooms and grounds will soothe any weary traveler. Portsmouth also offers more modern inns for those looking to appreciate colonial charm at more of a distance. Ale House Inn is perfect for urbanites that want in-room iPads and free Wi-Fi. The 130-year-old former brewery has a high-design concept that looks like a SoHo loft with exposed brick walls and spare, modern furniture.
New Hampshire’s beauty calls to many romantics and New Hampshire hotels have become a popular wedding locale—like the grandiose Steele Hill Resort, which looks over Lake Winnipesaukee and Lake Winnisquam with the dusky White Mountains rising in the background. The striking grounds stretch across 500 acres of fields and forests and include a nine-hole golf course.
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