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Hotels in New Hampshire

The small northeastern state of New Hampshire is packed full of fun things to do. If you are interested in touring the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Zimmerman House or the Currier Museum of Art, book one of our discount Manchester hotels. Capital city Concord's business hotels are popular as well, and it's only an hour drive to historic Portsmouth on the coast. For all the best accommodations and the lowest prices, our New Hampshire Hotel Guide covers them all.

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New Hampshire Overview

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With its motto “Live Free or Die”, residents of the small northeastern state of New Hampshire are a hearty bunch! Its popular White Mountain National Forest draws many visitors each year, some to backcountry hike the Appalachian National Scenic Trail while others photograph powerful waterfalls created from the melting, packed snowdrifts.

Get into the New Hampshire outdoors in Franconia Notch State Park, with its 800 foot natural Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway which offers views for miles. To the south of the Forest is state capital, Concord. Largest city Manchester offers a great selection of New Hampshire hotels and makes a great home base for your visit, venturing out to various regions of this small state.  About an hour’s drive to the east brings you to New Hampshire’s 18 mile long shore coastline.  Enjoy sweeping ocean views and an extensive trail system at Odiorne Point State Park, along with its popular Seacoast Science Center. Take a narrated boat tour to see the Isles of Shoals or spend some time whale watching. Take a frameable photo of the iconic Portsmouth Harbor Light House!

You might enjoy visiting New Hampshire during maple sugaring time, roughly from mid-February to mid-April; during the winter you can try snowtubing or ice fishing in one of the bobhouses which dot the lakes. Venture to the upper Connecticut River valley town of Cornish to visit Augustus Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site where you can view over 100 artworks of this famous American sculptor. Did you know that 54 of the remaining 750 covered bridges in the country are located here? Plan a vacation to New Hampshire today to see all this state has to offer!

 

Best New Hampshire Parks

Canobie Lake Park

Find loops, turns and zero gravity rolls on coaster Untamed, view the park from high above on Sky Ride, and watch the kiddies have the best time ever on nearly 20 rides just their size. Four water rides cool you off on hot summer days and all kinds of arcade and competition games provide hours of family fun. You won’t go away hungry, because the park offers fried dough, fried clams and funnel cakes. You can enjoy various live shows as well. Find Discount Hotels near Canobie Lake Park.

Franconia Notch State Park

A mountain pass located in the midst of White Mountain National Forest, Franconia Notch beautifully represents New Hampshire. The park features the Flume, a natural gorge, the New England Ski Museum, the Pernigewasset River, Echo and Profile Lakes. Ride Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway in the summer for amazing views. A number of trails can be traversed for hiking, cross country skiing and biking. Find Discount Hotels near Franconia Notch State Park.

Odiorne Point State Park

Get swept away by incredible ocean views, fresh and salt water marshes, sheltered tidepools and rocky shoreline. Bring the whole family to the popular Seacoast Science Center for interactive programs and exhibits about coastal environmental history. There is an extensive system of trails to get you back to nature. Find Discount Hotels near Odiorne Point State Park.

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America’s greatest sculptors, is honored at this historic site. Guided tours of his home, historic areas of the park, and galleries showing over 100 art pieces are available; all but the house may be toured without a guide. Several nature trails wind through 100 acres of woodland area, and annual summer concerts on Sunday afternoons are popular. Find Discount Hotels near Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site.


 

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