New Hampshire is a popular spot for tourists, and there are hundreds of hotels and other accommodations throughout the state. While the attractions in New Hampshire are great, if you stay at one of these unique hotels, your accommodation might very well become the main attraction. If you’re planning a trip away – whether for a couple or for the whole family – that will give you unforgettable memories, look no further than one of the places to stay listed below.
1. Adventure Suites, North Conway
Depending on which room you choose, you’ll open up a whole different kind of adventure, perfect for a family vacation or a romantic getaway. With themed rooms ranging from The Treehouse to The Penthouse, it’s no wonder Adventure Suites is listed in the top ten themed hotels in the world.
2. Three Mile Island Camp, Meredith
At Three Mile Island Camp, run by the Appalachian Mountain Club, the whole family comes to summer camp. The small island on Lake Winnipesaukee is accessible only by boat (don’t worry, they’ll pick you up), and offers a quaint retreat. Technology and electronics are frowned upon on the island and the accommodations (cabins) are basic, but the memories will be extraordinary.
3. Wentworth By The Sea, New Castle
This luxury hotel is tucked on an island in Portsmouth Harbor, and will leave your feeling as if you’re on an island resort much further away. With indoor and outdoor pools and plenty of dining options, Wentworth By The Sea is New Hampshire’s own slice of beachside paradise.
4. Stonehurst Manor, North Conway
This hotel was originally build in 1872, and guests here feel as if they’re transported back to the finest of the Victorian Age.
5. Red Jacket Mountain View Resort, North Conway
This hotel is centrally located to everything in the White Mountains, but once you’re here you might not want to leave. Kahuna Laguna waterpark, which is attached to the hotel, is the largest in New Hampshire and will delight the whole family.
6. The Manor on Golden Pond, Holderness
If you’re looking for the perfect romantic getaway, look no further than The Manor on Golden Pond. The bed and breakfast offers spacious rooms with fireplaces, Jacuzzis, and sweeping views over Squam Lake and The White Mountains.
7. Ale House Inn, Portsmouth
If you love beer, this is the hotel for you. Housed in a 130-year-old former brewery warehouse, this small hotel has received national attention. Plus, all guests are treated with a cold beer. How can you go wrong?