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New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast

New Hampshire is without a doubt one of the United State’s  greatest hidden gems. The “Live Free or Die” state not only has one of  the edgiest mottos out there, it’s also covered with breathtaking beauty  that simply has to be experienced within your lifetime. It’s that  special.

New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast

Located just five minutes away from downtown Meredith and beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, the Nutmeg Inn’s provenance dates back to 1763 as the *Eliphalet Rawlings Homestead. On our quiet, seven acre property, you will be transported back to a simpler time while surrounded by all the comforts of modern life. Enjoy a roaring fire in our Great Room, old movies from our extensive collection in our West Parlor, and a game of billiards on our antique pool table in our Billiard Room. From May through early-September, enjoy a swim in our heated, in-ground salt water pool. Served in either of three indoor dining areas, and in good weather, on our outdoor seating areas, we provide a hearty breakfast to start your morning. Coffee and tea are ready at 7AM, so you can enjoy your wake-up cup whenever you are ready. If you require decaf coffee for breakfast, please let us know the night before so that we can be prepared. Breakfast is served from 8AM-9:30AM. We serve a fruit starter, French toast or an egg dish like artichoke quiche, Kevin's sourdough bread and Karen's granola. Everything is homemade. Coffee, teas, sodas and regional microbrewed beers are available 24/7 in our guest beverage area. We will do our best to accommodate any special dietary needs (please let us know when you reserve your room). We allow children under eight years and only in certain rooms. Please check with the innkeepers should you require these accommodations. With the resort town of Meredith and many lake and mountain attractions nearby, the Nutmeg Inn is the perfect home base for your New Hampshire vacation year round. You will love the inn’s eighteenth century charm and antiques and all of our twenty-first century comforts. We pride ourselves on our hearty country breakfasts and warm hospitality. The enjoyment, comfort, and safety of our guests is our first priority. *The Elephalet Rawlings Homestead was entered into the New Hampshire Registry of Historic Places in January, 2020.

Come and relax awhile at this elegant yet comfortable New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast with its cathedral ceilings and rambling views of the Connecticut River Valley. Enjoy a restful night’s sleep in one of our four-poster beds with luxury linens, then enjoy a leisurely homemade breakfast cooked to order in the porch dining room. Feel the stress of everyday life disappear while you sit in front of the fire in the parlor, relax with a book in one of the Adirondack chairs overlooking the meadow, or explore the local villages & countryside surrounding our farmhouse inn. Return at dusk to enjoy a sumptuous dinner in our candlelit dining room featuring the freshest regional ingredients. Privacy, delicious cuisine, and relaxation are yours at this romantic NH bed and breakfast inn!

Located in the Great North Woods, this New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast is the perfect getaway in any season! With panoramic vistas of the Mahoosuc Range and horse pastures, couples find the Inn at OxBow Acres a romantic escape. Whether gazing at a fire or up at the stars, you will feel relaxed and restored. The skies are stunning, and every window provides a gorgeous view! Nearby trails make this cabin the ideal location for hikers, bikers, snowmobilers, and Nordic Skiers. Located near the White Mountain National Forest there are many waterfalls, lakes, and summits to explore. The luxury amenities and comfortable beds along with delicious breakfasts will make a wonderful stay! Colorful gardens and a rustic arbor make this a perfect event venue for a memorable family celebration. Reserve online or call (603) 449-6646.

Located in the Androscoggin River Valley and sitting on a hill overlooking the Androscoggin River is the Mt. Washington Bed and Breakfast. This 1800's farmhouses built by the Philbrook family is located at the entrance to the Mt. Washington Valley. Views abound, so relax in one of the rocking chairs on our porch and watch the sunset behind Mt. Washington, Mt. Madison & Mt. Adams. Our seven guestrooms are blended with a balance of antique and modern decor. Each room is uniquely named after various birds in the area and have wonderful views and private baths - two have whirlpool tubs! Included is a hearty hot breakfast each morning to delight your taste buds. Every morning Mary Ann prepares something different - what will breakfast be today? Lemon Raspberry Pancakes, Cinnamon Stuffed French Toast, or Baked Eggs Italiano? Looking for something on the lighter side? A variety of hot & cold cereals are available - including Mary Ann's homemade granola. Mary Ann's breakfast will fuel you for your day. For daily activities you can choose to hike, bike, fish, swim, downhill ski, cross-country ski, snowshoe, go for a dogsled ride, ski Tuckerman's Ravine, hike Mt. Washington, visit Storyland/Six Gun City/Santa's Village, go shopping, antiquing, or just curl up on the sofa in the "Knowing Room" to read a book or sit on the porch and gaze at the Presidential's and bird watch. Afternoon home baked goodies await your return in the afternoon - from Auntie May's Oatmeal Spice Cookies to Triple Threat Brownies! Come be pampered at the Mt. Washington Bed & Breakfast! Let us be your White Mountains destination!

Newfound Lake's best kept secret, Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast is an adult-friendly bed and breakfast that provides a comfortable, cozy atmosphere for guests looking for a touch of home with spectacular mountain views in Bristol, NH. Located on a state, designated scenic road in the heart of New Hampshire's lakes region, Pleasant View Bed and Breakfast is an historical farmhouse, built circa 1800, that offers six beautiful guest rooms in the main house, all with private baths, some with private terraces. Sitting on the wrap around farmer’s porch with your favorite beverage, taking a dip in the pool, relaxing in the hot tub, or picking blackberries are just a few of guests’ favorite pastimes at the bed and breakfast.

Get away from it all, relax & rejuvenate at our comfortable granite manor house, completed in 1862, located on a 100 acre estate within the White Mountain National Forest. Settle into one of 8 spacious guest rooms, 5 suites or two cottages, each individually appointed & all with woodburning fireplaces. Notchland’s wonderful 4-course dinner & full country breakfast are served in a fireplaced dining room overlooking the pond & gardens. Member of Select Registry Inns for 24 years. Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. Visit with Bear & Mia, our Bernese Mountain Dog and little --- energetic pup! Enjoy tax-free, outlet shopping. 4-season activities abound: Hike, bike, paddle, swim or ski, snowboard, snowmobile & skate. Experience our incomparable foliage season. Take the nationally designated scenic drive across the Kankamagus Highway through Franconia and Crawford Notches. The Notchland Inn ... secluded yet near to all the Mt. Washington Valley has to offer. ... a magical location.

Located at the foothills of the White Mountains in Franklin NH bordering Webster Lake, Aiken Manor offers year-round activities and relaxation. Start your day at our historical inn with our renowned complimentary breakfast. Explore our 5 scenic acres that include a private beach, outdoor grill, kayaks, paddle boats and a screened-in gazebo. Bike, hike, snowmobile, or cross country ski on the 57-mile Northern Rail Trail (https://fnrt.org) -directly accessible from the property. Shop at the Tanger Outlet Shopping Center (https://www.tangeroutlet.com/tilton/stores) in neighboring Tilton. Ice fishing on Webster lake, snowshoeing on the Northern Rail trail, or skiing at nearby Ragged Mountain (https://www.raggedmountainresort.com) are just a few activities for winter sports enthusiasts. The Libray Suit is pet-friendly Your stay at Aiken Manor will truly be a one-of-a-kind experience.

The Lake House at Ferry Point Inn is located in Sanbornton, NH, in the heart of New Hampshire's Lakes Region. Our area is ideal for getaways full of relaxation and rejuvenation - we are the only lakefront B&B in the Lakes Region. Guests enjoy panoramic views of the lakes and mountains, while still being minutes away from local shopping and ski resorts. A delicious breakfast is served each morning to provide guests nourishment and energy before they start their day.

Coppertoppe in Hebron, NH on Newfound Lake has one of the most romantic suites in New Hampshire. All our rooms are large, with high ceilings, mahogany floors, and king beds. Big and tall people will find comfort as well as little people (we have two sets of railings on the stairs). All rooms feature stunning lake and mountain views, private bathrooms and full amenities. Breakfast, snacks and beverages are included. Children and pets are welcome and pampered. Contact Sheila or whole-house or group reservations, elopements/weddings, or additional services. Visit our website for promotions and packages or call to invent your own.

Sleep in Victorian splendor at The Greenfield Inn, a romantic Greenfield, NH getaway. Romantic couples, friends and business travelers, are invited to relax in king and queen beds with private baths with Jacuzzi bath tubs, fireplaces, and full gourmet breakfasts.

The romantic Snowflake Inn Bed & Breakfast features 20 lavishly appointed king suites, all state-of-the-art with two-person Jacuzzis, fireplaces, high speed internet and more. Whatever your pleasure, experience the serenity of Jackson Village from the wraparound porch at the Snowflake Inn.

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Cranberry Meadow Farm located in Peterborough, NH. This New England Bed and Breakfast is newly opened and caters to culinary and wellness escapes.

This Haverhill, NH bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in New Hampshire. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Haverhill, New Hampshire.

Come experience small town New England charm and the magnificent natural beauty of New Hampshire at this White Mountain Bed and Breakfast. The inn is located within the White Mountain National Forest, and just five miles south of Franconia Notch State Park, offering bountiful opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation. All rooms have private baths, cable TVs, and free WiFi.

Beal House Inn Bed & Breakfast has a perfect Currier & Ives setting, walk to the 2003 Great American Main Street." Award Winning Inn

Cranmore Mountain Lodge is a historical Inn that provides an ideal “home base” for all of your White Mountains and Mt. Washington Valley’s activities. Located in North Conway, New Hampshire just 1.5 mile from Downtown, we welcome couples, groups and families in our 20 rooms and suites.

This North Conway, NH bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in New Hampshire. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in North Conway, New Hampshire.

This New England bed & breakfast inn in Enfield, NH is the perfect spot for visiting Dartmouth College, Cardigan Mountain School, and Proctor School. Nearby is the beach at Mascoma Lake and other activies such as Powerhouse Mall, Quechee Gorge, Simon Pearce Glass Blowing, Billings Farm Museum, Flood Museum, Hopkins Center, Montshire Museum, Ruggles Mine, St Gaudens National Historic Site, and much more.

Experience comfort, convenience, and affordable elegance, at Federal House Inn Historic Bed & Breakfast located in the Lakes & White Mountains of NH. Our convenient location is the closest to Plymouth State & Holderness Prep.

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The Gazebo Inn Ogunquit is an 1847 Farmhouse that offers a diverse friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The Inn is a short walk to beaches, shops, fine dining. With its 3½ miles of sandy white beach and breathtaking views from the Marginal Way, it is no wonder that Ogunquit is listed as one of the top 10 US vacation destinations, Ogunquit's Footbridge Beach is named #1 Boston Magazine, July 2007.

Choose a Memorable St. Johnsbury, Vermont Bed and Breakfast Inn. The Estabrook House is the perfect place to rest and call home whether you visit St. Johnsbury for business or pleasure.

Located on 24 secluded acres in northern Vermont, The Old Homestead Bed & Breakfast Inn is the perfect place for any family, group or romantic getaway to explore all the Green Mountain State has to offer. Choose from guest rooms with king beds that can be divided into two, period antiques, and a private porch. In the morning enjoy a gourmet breakfast before heading out to take advantage of the number activities the area has to offer like hiking, biking, fishing and canoing.

The Oxford House Inn is a country Bed & Breakfast located in Fryeburg, ME with spectacular mountain views of western Maine lakes & the mountains region. The inn boasts an on-site gourmet restaurant, open all year for your enjoyment. We hope to see you soon!

2011 “Editors’ Choice” winner in Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England, Centennial House & Conference Center is the perfect bed & breakfast in Northfield, Massachusetts for school and college visits, vacations, romantic weekend getaways and special occasions. Flexible lodging options include single rooms and two-room suites for families and friends traveling together.

This Morgan, VT bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in VT. Enjoy a continental breakfast, Wireless Internet and Private entrance. Our bnb in Morgan provides Community kitchen and Kayaks, Rowboats without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Morgan, VT

Enjoy an escape to English luxury at the Inn at Burklyn. Have an afternoon tea or glass of wine as you relax at this stunning property.

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The Jackson House Inn provides refined, distinctively luxurious lodgings in Woodstock, Vermont, often described as Vermont’s most beautiful village. Savor unique, “out of the ordinary” breakfasts featuring local ingredients focused on the fresh, organic, and local; explore three acres of landscaped gardens; and rejuvenate in one of our queen bedrooms or one-room fireplace and porch or balcony suites. Featuring luxury amenities including a museum-quality art collection on the walls, Frette and Anichini linens on the beds, locally made bath products from Whisper Hill, and much more, the Jackson House Inn is a haven of refinement for guests aged 12 and over. Woodstock and the Jackson House Inn are perfect in any season. Whether you're interest in the unrivaled beauty of fall foliage, the quiet pleasure of a fresh snowfall, outdoor adventure from hiking to mountain biking and cross country skiing, or a bounty of local shops, artisans, and restaurants available year round, there's a world of adventure to explore at our doorstep. And with a full-service tavern, renowned breakfasts, a rich library, and three acres of gardens including a freshwater pond stocked with fish, you might never want to venture out!

"This Magog, Quebec, Canada bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Quebec. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Magog, Quebec

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Noble House - Bridgton's Premier B&B above scenic Highland Lake in the heart of Western Maine. Home of the Famous Bottomless Cookie Jar!

Centrally located in Naples, ME and within walking distance of the causeway, restaurants, recreation areas and shops. The Augustus Bove House Bed & Breakfast offers fabulous accommodations like elegant, yet homey furnishings, feature queen, twin, and king size beds, modern private baths, and robes!

Cherry House Bed and Breakfast is located in Saint Johnsbury Vermont

Come to Bittersweet Bed & Breakfast located in beautiful York, ME for an unforgettable getaway to the Maine Beaches area.

York Harbor Maine is truly an ideal vacation destination in all seasons. Miles of sandy beaches are yours to explore. You can enjoy the popular Long Sands and Short Sands Beaches bustling with activity. Venture to the more secluded Cape Neddick Beach teeming with crabs, starfish and other coastal creatures. Or walk to the secluded and quiet Harbor Beach just steps from the York Harbor Inn. The Old York Historical Society operates a community museum, which includes the oldest jail in America. You’ll find Maine’s largest zoo and amusement park in the heart of York Beach, and on a clear day you can see miles of scenic coast from the top of Mount Agamenticus. No trip to York is complete without a visit to Nubble Lighthouse, perhaps the most beautiful, and most photographed, lighthouse in America. The York Harbor Inn offers 54 guest rooms, all with air-conditioning and private baths. Guests can choose from several fine accommodations. In the Main Inn we have 23 Guest rooms including several luxury units with ocean view decks, fireplaces and/or Jacuzzi spa tubs. We also have smaller, double bed rooms nicely decorated and furnished to fit any budget. Just 20 feet from the Main Inn, in the Yorkshire Building (sometimes referred to as “The Carriage House”) we have 11 guest rooms, 6 of which have at least a partial ocean view. This building also contains our “3 Room Suite” which is one of our largest guest rooms and perfect for Bridal parties. Adjacent to the Yorkshire Building is our luxurious Harbor Hill Inn with seven luxury guestrooms. All Harbor Hill rooms include a king bed, a gas stove fireplace, a spa tub (one does not, it has a handicap bath, no spa), heated tiled bathroom floors, Internet access via a dataport and full or partial ocean view. On the other side of the Main Inn is the Harbor Cliffs Bed & Breakfast. This building features elegant rooms with a queen or king bed. Amenities range from standard to superior depending upon the room type. Many Harbor Cliffs rooms offer outstanding ocean views, fireplaces and/or Jacuzzi spas. Some rooms have private decks.

Explore New Hampshire Bed and Breakfasts

The people of New Hampshire are warm, hospitable, and love entertaining folks from far & wide. New Hampshire itself is famous for the White Mountains, and dynamic ski towns like Lincoln, Jackson and North Conway.

Although New Hampshire gets its fame from the abundance of outdoor activities and sweeping  landscapes dotting the land, don’t sleep on its more metropolitan areas  like up-and-coming Portsmouth and Manchester. You’ll find trendy coffee shops, buzzing bars, and delicious fresh seafood (especially in Portsmouth).

The bed and breakfast in New Hampshire is hard to beat nationwide. You’ll enjoy home cooked meals, modern  amenities, but most of all some really gorgeous scenery.  Don’t worry  about running out of things to do here, either. Hiking, Rock Climbing,  Biking, Boating, the list is never ending.

New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Inns are the best place to call home while you explore the Granite  State. Nothing beats the special attention and community you get from a  b&b, and you’ll get the added coziness of being in the historic  atmosphere of New England.

The proximity to Maine and Vermont is also a massive plus for visiting New Hampshire. Vermont is another stunning state with incredible foliage and funky character. Maine has world renowned seafood like buttery lobster rolls and amazing cliffside views of the Atlantic.

    Activities

  • When it comes to activities, you’ll probably never  run out of things to do in New Hampshire. Because the state is so driveable and not too large, you can easily cover tons of ground by renting a car as you explore.

    First up is Portsmouth, New Hampshire. You’d be excused for thinking that Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a “mini Boston” of sorts. Within minutes of the University of New Hampshire, the state’s flagship university, Portsmouth is a hopping town full of eclectic shops and amazing seafood. Check out Portsmouth Brewery with its unmissable giant pint of golden beer hanging over its facade. Great pub food, great atmosphere, Portsmouth favorite.

    Lincoln is a phenomenal ski town that’s located in the northern part of New Hampshire. Chock full of fun restaurants, breweries and of course, ski slopes, Lincoln should definitely be on your list to consider.  Loon Mountain is right next to Lincoln’s downtown and is a great family friendly ski  resort, with convenient shuttle services all day long. Cannon Mountain  is another good choice (typically for more advanced skiers) , and is  only 10 minutes from Lincoln.

    Conway is another great little spot, located within driving distance of the White Mountains, and the National Forest. Diana’s Baths and the Conway Scenic Railroad are some of the top attractions here.

    For a seriously tiny town full of natural beauty, visit Jackson. The Jackson Falls & Glen Ellis Falls are wonderful and make for a great day outdoors. The Honeymoon Covered Bridge is a super spot to bring your special someone.

  • History

  • New Hampshire has a rich history due to the fact it was one of the original 13 colonies, and the first state in the country with its own constitution.  The state only has a little over 1.3 million folks, so expect a vibrant  proudness and a tight sense of community wherever you travel in New Hampshire.

    The  Granite State was home to one of the most historic and important events  in world history. Yes, world history. In 1944, the Mount Washington  Hotel hosted the Bretton Woods International Monetary Conference, which  established both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, but  more importantly made the United States Dollar the world’s reserve company. This helped turn America into the global superpower it is today.

    New Hampshire is the first state in the country to hold national primaries during  election years, and the results usually have a huge influence on the  rest of the country’s political outlook.

    The hiking trails of New Hampshire have historically drawn in large crowds from more densely populated states like New York, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.

  • Natural Features

  • New Hampshire is world famous for its breathtaking scenery and landscape. Because the  population is so small, much of the natural land is untouched and  covered with beautiful trees, rivers, and mountains.

    Hiking or simply strolling one of the thousands of trails or paths is a great way to explore the wilderness of New Hampshire.  The hiking community is active and there are several Facebook groups  that will gladly help you on your adventures around the trails.

    As mentioned, New Hampshire has 48 “4000fters” that draw in a large crowd from New England and beyond. It’s a huge accomplishment for hikers to cross off all 48  from their list, and these mountains are heavily trafficked. The  Presidential Range (Garfield, Washington, Jackson, Eisenhower, etc..) are probably the most popular of the lot.

    The  Lake Region is stunning and includes 4 main lakes (Winnipesaukee,  Newfound, Squam, Winnisquam). There are so many different activities  around the four lakes that you’ll never be able to tackle everything in  one trip! Winnipesaukee is by far the largest, and includes celebrity homeowners like Mitt Romney, Bill Marriot (of Marriot Hotels), and more!

    New Hampshire surely ranks among the top 5 greatest natural areas in the United States, and simply can’t be missed!

  • Things to do

  • As mentioned, New Hampshire is rich with activities for any type of vacation you’re planning. Are the outdoors your thing? Then hiking or skiing the White Mountains might be right up your alley. The White Mountains feature the “Presidential Range”, which is home to multiple of New Hampshire’s “48”, the famous 4000 foot mountains which see folks come from far & wide to try and conquer.
    Mt. Washington is a must-see. It’s the tallest peak in the Northeastern United States, and well-known for its crazy weather. Wind speeds were once recorded at 231mph way back in 1934.

    If  you’re looking to hop on a boat then you’ll want to check out the Lakes  Region. With 4 large lakes, including Lake Winnipesaukee (home to the  rich & famous), you’ll be able to rent a boat and explore these  gorgeous bodies of water. New Hampshire’s  lakes tend to be more private and secluded than lakes in more populous  states, so it’s another plus point for visiting the Granite State’s  Lakes Region.

    Hampton Beach is another great  spot to consider, especially if you’re traveling with kids. Featuring a  buzzing boardwalk and all of the ice cream stands, arcades, and pizza  parlors you can imagine, this is New Hampshire’s  very own version of the Jersey Shore. There are delightful b&b’s  dotted around the area so you’ve got a wealth of options to choose from,  many just walking distance from the beach!

    Covered Bridges are another unique attraction that draws visitors to New Hampshire.  The reason covered bridges were created in the 19th century was to  protect from the relentless weather that threatened the foundation.

    Laconia  has to be on your list of must sees if you’re a motorcycle geek or a  chopper enthusiast. It’s home to “Bike Week”, one of the largest  gatherings of motorcycle owners in the United States.  The streets rumble to the sound of Harley Davidsons and you’ll find  tons of music, food, and fun during this raucous week in Laconia.

    If you’re looking for a state park to check out then definitely pay a  visit to Franconia Notch State Park. The sweeping views rival some of Europe’s greatest mountain ranges, and remind many folks of the Alps.

    Although New Hampshire only has 18 miles of coastline, the Seacoast area (Portsmouth & Hampton Beach) is really worth checking out. From the beautiful waterfront Prescott Park to Fuller Gardens, there’s  something for everyone in this charming little portion of New Hampshire.

    Honorable mentions: the Kancamangus River and New Hampshire Capitol. The capitol’s famous golden dome can be seen while you’re  driving by on the highway, and the Kancamangus River is a classic New England river.

  • Weather

  • New Hampshire’s  weather is defined as “humid continental”, meaning beautiful warm  summers and chilly cold winters. Most people prefer to visit New Hampshire between June and September/October, when you can experience summer on a lake or take in the picturesque fall foliage that New Hampshire is famous for.

    It  can rain at a moment’s notice so be sure to prepare for all possible  conditions  by bringing some multi-purpose clothing like a light rain  jacket, or warmer clothes (obviously) if you’re planning on coming in  Winter.

    Coming in summer? Bring that stylish new bathing suit you  just got and rock it around the Lakes Region or the Seacoast. The  weather in the summer is beautiful and you can’t go wrong planning a  trip during any of the typical summer months.

  • Food and Drink

  • New Hampshire isn’t usually mentioned for its extraordinary culinary scene, but it  does have more than a few diamonds in the rough if you know where to  look.

    Le Maison Navarre is a cute little French bistro located on Congress Street around Downtown Portsmouth.  Count on Crepes with mouthwatering ingredients like nutella and banana,  and homemade French pastries just like you’d devour in Paris.

    Seafood. It’s one of the best parts about New Hampshire,  and look no further than some of the fantastic restaurants in Hampton  Beach. Ron’s Landing is known as the premier spot for fresh catch while  looking out on the oceanside. Boardwalk Cafe & Pub is another  favorite, serving up delicious good ole’ American fare all day &  night.

    On the whole, expect hearty classics when you’re nearby ski  resorts or more inland and seafood when you’re closer to some of the  ocean destinations around the state.

New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in New Hampshire?

    Bed & Breakfasts are exploding in popularity during this insane Covid period, as folks look for small scale romantic getaways or family vacations with less exposure to large crowds. Staying at a boutique Country inn or On lake has never looked so welcoming as it does right now.

    Your innkeeper will be more than happy to provide contactless and expedited check-in so you’ll feel safe & comfortable on your stay away from home. Guest rooms are always charming and incorporate all of the rustic goodness that makes New Hampshire feel so warm. Expect everything from lodges to old victorian homes when you’re selecting the bed & breakfast of your choice.

    As a side note, guest rooms are being sanitized even extra during this pandemic as a precaution.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a bed and breakfast in New Hampshire?

    New Hampshire B&B’s are as cozy as they come, but they’re also fully stocked with  all of the modern amenities you’d expect in a top-tier hotel! Free wifi,  private baths, a private entrance to your very own escape, fireplaces,  crisp linens,  gourmet breakfast, these amenities often don’t exist at a  large chain hotel.

    Most New Hampshire bed and breakfast also offer a Jacuzzi or a Hot Tub on premise (especially great in winter!), or even a private hot tub at some locations. Outdoor pools are little more rare since NH has some volatile weather during a good portion of the calendar year.

    If  you’re traveling with a furry friend be sure to keep an eye out for pet  friendly  B&B’s. They’re a little harder to find but New Hampshire tends to be more pet friendly than most other states!

    If you need extra assistance for accessibility purposes, your innkeepers are always happy to help!

  • How can I get around New Hampshire?

    If you’re visiting New Hampshire,  there’s absolutely no getting around the need to rent a car. The state  has very little public transportation since there are really only a few  major population centers like Manchester, Portsmouth, and the Seacoast area.

    Most of New Hampshire is rural and a car will allow you the freedom to navigate the gorgeous  Granite State on your own terms. With all of the breathtaking overlooks on scenic routes like the Kancamangus Highway, you'll definitely need your own transportation to capture everything.

    As  far as airports go, Manchester Airport (MHT) is a popular regional  entrance point into the state, and really the only option if you’re  trying to fly directly into NH. Boston Logan International (BOS) is the  most common option due to the enormous amount of flights and routes  available. Boston Logan  to New Hampshire is roughly around an hour to an hour & a half drive depending on where exactly you’re headed.

    Don’t  forget to check out RV options if you’re planning on camping or  exploring the parks around the state. There are tons of campgrounds and  great places (and affordable too) if you’re looking to travel on a  budget.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in New Hampshire?

    There are loads of different types of B&B's around NH, and the  best fit for you depends on the kind of holiday you’re trying to have.

    Trying to discover a Lakes region bed and breakfast New Hampshire? The Nutmeg Inn in Meredith,  NH is just minutes from Lake Winnipesaukee and offers 18th century  charm with 21st century amenities. Absolutely perfect for you & your  person to get away.

    The Chesterfield Inn is a great bed and breakfast southern New Hampshire. This little diamond offers views of the Connecticut River Valley in a quaint & private location. Gourmet breakfast and crisp linens means you’ll be eatin’ and sleepin’ well!
    For a cozy stay in an 1800’s farmhouse, one of the best bed and breakfast in New Hampshire is the Mount Washington Bed and Breakfast might  be a good option for your group. Delicious homemade breakfast with  dishes like Cinnamon Stuffed French Toast or Baked Eggs Italian style  might tickle your fancy.