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.
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

Walk through history at this classic mountain inn, which opened its doors a century and a half ago

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When you walk the landscaped grounds and gardens and through the halls of the majestic Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, you are strolling through history. The resort opened as an inn in 1866 and has hosted former presidents from Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt to Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. Other guests have included Robert Frost, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Babe Ruth, Neil Armstrong – and all four Marx Brothers! The inn added its classic golf course in 1900, along with steam heat and electric lighting. The iconic Italian Revival-style tower, which still welcomes guests to luxurious, relaxing vacations, was erected in 1911-12. Some things have not changed, though: The mountain views are still jaw-dropping, the accommodations comfortable and the hospitality as warm as it was a century and a half ago.
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

Romantic past, famously designed surroundings, make this elegant inn a must-visit

The story of the Adair Country Inn and Restaurant is as romantic as its stunning location in the heart of the White Mountains. Built in 1927 by renowned lawyer Frank Hogan as a gift to his only daughter, Dorothy, upon her marriage, the elegant 11-room inn sits on 200 acres of manicured grounds and stone walls. Those scenic grounds, walking trails and colorful gardens were designed by the Olmsted Brothers, son of the man who designed New York’s Central Park. Today, they provide the serene, and romantic, atmosphere that draws guests back regularly to the inn and its exquisite accommodations with four-poster feather beds and cast-iron gas stove fireplaces.
Exterior Winter Snow Bench - Stonehurst Manor - North Conway, NH
Stonehurst Manor

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

A carpet king’s vision can be your next destination

Stay at the White Mountain’s foremost example of Victorian rural elegance. Built as the summer estate of carpet baron Erastus Bigelow, this historic lodging offers 16 guest rooms in Manor house, and ten in a wing attached to the Manor with spectacular views of the Moat Mountain Range. Set on 30 pine wooded acres, the site has retained all of the original buildings and looks much as it did a century ago. There are Adirondack chairs and quiet places in the gardens to relax, and a tennis court and heated outdoor pool. Four dining rooms attend the popular gourmet restaurant and the Library Lounge is open for a nightcap by the fireplace. North Conway is your gateway to the area’s major attractions and seasonal recreational activities.
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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

Modern comfort at an historic 1740’s inn

Here’s old world charm and modern comforts. Built in 1740, this historic lodging retains its character and alluring seacoast ambience. Originally home to the Lane family who helped build the seaside town of Hampton, it became a whistle stop on the presidential campaign trail and a gathering place for locals and tourists - traditions that continue to this day. Rooms offer what you’ve come to prefer while traveling today including digital TV with HBO, wi-fi access, refrigerators, and microwaves. The Old Salt Restaurant is a Seacoast legend, famous for its New England clambakes and Sunday brunch, delicious seafood and its revolving list of 18 delicious brews on tap. Nearby are the beaches and the best of this magnificent region.