There is charm and variety among New Hampshire cabins and cottages

In the world of New Hampshire hotels and motels, cabins and cottages serve a useful purpose for all kinds of visitors: large or extended families, outdoor sports enthusiasts, reunions, weddings, gatherings of fraternal or business organizations, and other occasions where people want to spread out in home-like comfort near New Hampshire’s beautiful forests and lakes and rivers. They are a favorite choice for a waterfront vacation. NH Cabins and cottages may include a living-dining area, multiple bedrooms, kitchens, TV, and porches. This is a wonderful lodging option for an outdoor vacation of hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, and snow sports in the White Mountains, Western Lakes and Mountains, or Lakes regions of NH.
Naswa Resort Cabins and Cottages Laconia NH
Naswa Resort

1086 Weirs Boulevard Laconia, NH, 03246 Phone: 603-366-4341 Toll-Free: 888-556-2792

A scenic lakeside cabin with all the comforts of home

The NASWA Resort’s charming “Colorful Cottages” have been a family favorite Lake Winnipesaukee destination for over 82 years. Our one room and 2 bedroom cottages, located just steps to the largest private beach on Lake Winnipesaukee are fully equipped with everything you need! Just pack your swimsuit and sunscreen and get ready to enjoy all that Lake Winnipesaukee has to offer. Lounge on the beach, explore the lake in our complimentary paddle boats and kayaks, or sip on a cocktail from the World-Famous NazBar & Grill! Be sure to catch one of the best sunsets on the Lake while roasting S’mores in our beachside fire pit! Kids stay and eat free!
Lakeside Cabin Purity Spring Resort Madison New Hampshire
Purity Spring Resort

1251 Eaton Road (Route 153) East Madison, NH, 03849 Phone: 603-367-8896 Toll-Free: 800-373-3754

Perfect lodging options for a perfect vacation

A cabin in the woods, a cottage by a lake or on a mountaintop sounds just about perfect. It gets better. You can choose from all of the above. There’s cozy and comfortable with private bath and 2 guest rooms – some with locking doors between units – and more spacious and luxurious lodgings in the King Pine Cottage, a 2-room suite with ground level access, full bath, air conditioning and kitchen with mini-fridge and microwave. The Lakeside cottage on Purity Lake offers a small sandy beach and sitting area plus docks with canoes, kayaks and rowboats. It’s conveniently located between The Mill indoor pool and the Inn Dining Room. Go ahead. Pick. You can’t lose. Great for couples, families and groups.
Cabins 500x250 - Anchorage at the Lake - Tilton, NH
Anchorage at the Lake

725 Laconia Road Tilton, NH, 03276 Phone: 603-524-3248 Toll-Free: 866-364-6543

Find serenity and the comforts of home on Lake Winnisquam

Slip away from television, the internet, and virtual reality and find some real relaxation in the waterfront wilderness along scenic Lake Winnisquam. Settle into cozy, rustic and fully equipped one and two bedroom beachfront cabins and spacious houses with porches overlooking the lake. You’ll enjoy three private beaches with a sundeck, complimentary kayaks and canoes, and skis, tubes, and wake boards for rent. There’s ping pong, volleyball, a game room, a fire pit and barbecue grill area, great fishing and walking trails through the lush woodlands and hills. Next door is a marina and boat slips.
Lake Dock Rockywold-Deephaven Camps Holderness New Hampshire
Rockywold-Deephaven Camps

18 Bacon Road Holderness, NH, 03245 Phone: 603-968-3313

Sixty Cottages on the shore of pristine Squam Lake

Our 60 cottages and two lodges are scattered among shorefront pines and granite outcroppings. Each has twin beds, a fireplace, a screened-in porch, private dock, and an antique ice box where ice is delivered daily. Spread over 115 acres, two peninsulas, and along over a mile of lakeshore, RDC offers a rustic simplicity, respect for the land and good old fashioned fun.
Rockywold-Deephaven Camps have offered families an ideal place to gather and soak in the quiet, simple pleasures of the New Hampshire wilderness since 1897.
If small mouth bass fishing, rollicking square dances, heaping buffet-style meals, quiet afternoon card games, hikes in the White Mountains, canoeing, tennis and a really good book sound like your idea of vacation, welcome to RDC!