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Experience the past at a New Hampshire historic inn, hotel, or resort

New Hampshire’s historic pedigree is set in cozy inns, old farmhouses, and luxury resorts with modern amenities, great food and good old fashioned Yankee hospitality. You’ll find the four remaining grand New Hampshire Resorts, the White Mountain’s foremost example of Victorian rural elegance and a former whistle stop on the presidential campaign trail. Stay in well appointed and comfortable guest rooms, suites & cottages offering high end comforts, and are close to modern and more traditional activities. Relax on sprawling decks with Adirondack chairs overlooking paradise.
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The Old Salt Restaurant & Lamie's Inn

490 Lafayette Road - Route 1 Hampton, NH, 03842 Phone: 603-926-0330 Toll-Free: 800-805-5050

Colonial-era inn honors its heritage while offering all the modern guest amenities

Historic elements and modern amenities combine comfortably at Lamie’s Inn, in the picturesque seaside town of Hampton. The iconic inn was built in 1740 and retains the charm of that era with the decor in its 32 rooms, its post-and-beam ceilings and 18th-century stone fireplace. Modern conveniences include free wifi, refrigerators and microwaves in each room, 24-hour fitness club privileges and a deluxe continental breakfast served each morning. The inn was the original home of the Lane family, who helped build the town of Hampton. The inn was, and continues to be, a whistle stop on the presidential campaign trail and, with its famous Old Salt Restaurant, a gathering place for locals and guests from all over the world.
Fireplace & Billiards - Adair Country Inn & Restaurant - Bethlehem, NH
Adair Country Inn and Restaurant

80 Guider Lane Bethlehem, NH, 03574 Phone: 603-444-2600 Toll-Free: 888-444-2600

Idyllic getaways are a specialty at this country inn with a history centered on romance

You’ll sense the romantic history of the Adair Country Inn and Restaurant when you pass by stately pines, gleaming birches and stone walls on your drive up to the white colonial-style inn. The country estate was built in 1927 by Frank Hogan as a wedding gift for his only daughter, Dorothy Adair Hogan. The intricate, colorful gardens on the 200-acre estate were designed by the Olmsted Brothers and still welcome visitors seeking an idyllic retreat. The 11-room inn’s Carriage House was the original estate innkeeper’s quarters; the post-and-beam 1811 House retains its historic atmosphere (but adds a a jetted spa tub and large eat-in kitchen). Dine in casual comfort by the fire in the cozy on-site restaurant.
Summer Exterior View - Stonehurst Manor - North Conway, NH
Stonehurst Manor

3351 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH, 03860 Phone: 603-356-3113 Toll-Free: 800-525-9100

Romantic manor maintains glamorous touches from its 1874 origins as lavish summer home

Romantic Stonehurst Manor was originally built in 1874 as the lavish summer estate of Erastus Bigelow, inventor of the carpet loom and owner of the largest carpet manufacturer in the world. Today, that era’s aura of romance and glamour can still be found in the intact English Manor-style building. Rooms and suites have mountain views, wood-burning fireplaces, period furniture and whirlpool tubs. Stroll through sunny and shady gardens (or play on the life-size chess game), hike or cross-country ski nearby trails, take a dip in the seasonal pool or hot tub, dine al fresco at the Wild Rose (breakfasts and dinners are complimentary) and enjoy cocktails by the fire in the Library Lounge or by the patio fire pits.
Historic BW Photo - Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa - Whitefield, NH
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa

Mountain View Road Whitefield, NH, 03598 Phone: 888-260-4929

Luxurious accommodations, breathtaking views, impeccable service part of resort’s grand tradition

Now the oldest surviving grand hotel in New Hampshire, the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa began its proud tradition of hospitality in 1865, when William and Mary Jane Dodge welcomed guests to their family farm. The White Mountains resort, known for its sunny yellow exterior, floor-to-ceiling vistas and impeccable service, has hosted celebrities, presidents Harding and Eisenhower, and other guests seeking luxurious accommodations and amenities. The AAA 4-Diamond hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of America and is on the National Register of Historic Places. In a timeless setting, guests can enjoy fine dining, play golf on the nine-hole course, get a massage in the Tower Spa, and swim in the indoor and outdoor pools.
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