The Stunning Building In New Hampshire That Looks Just Like Hogwarts
Without a doubt, we can all agree that the amazing castles in New Hampshire help to make it one of the most beautiful states in America. From the White Mountains to the seacoast to the rivers, lakes, and landscapes in between, there’s plenty to see. In fact, you’ll find a place to disappear just about everywhere. You can’t deny that the natural landscape is stunning; however, thanks to this beautiful building in New Hampshire, Hogwarts is alive and well, making an argument for finding the beauty in the manmade.
As you can see, Searles Castle is one of the finest castles in New Hampshire. Reserve this gorgeous place today by visiting the Searles Castle website. And while you’re in Windham, try some yummy treats from Klemm’s Bakery.
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Magical Places In New Hampshire
What are some of the magical places to visit in New Hampshire?
Take this fairytale road trip that leads to the most magical places in New Hampshire. Here are a few highlights of the drive.
- Sculptured Rocks Natural Area (251 Sculptured Rocks Road, Hebron, NH): These extraordinary 272 acres are managed by the New Hampshire State Park System. Here you'll discover the interesting ways rocks are changed and smoothed over centuries by the Cockermouth River. We love to swim here in the summer and make discoveries under the clear water.
- Echo Lake State Park, (68 Echo Lake Road, North Conway, NH): This stunning, 15-acre lake sits inside the lovely Echo Lake State Park. Open year-round, this is a great place for fishing, swimming, boating, biking, and hiking. And for some awesome views of Cathedral Ledge State Park, take the hike around the lake to see the breathtaking Saco River Valley.
- Castle in the Clouds (455 Old Mountain Rd, Moultonborough, NH): This incredible castle's history has earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed in 1914, it sits on a dreamy 5,000 acres of land known as the Lucknow estate, where views of Lake Winnipesaukee are inspiring. Today we can rent it out for special events. The Arts and Crafts-style mansion offers luxurious Italian marble, hand-carved woodwork, and a clay tile roof.
- Fezziwig's Food and Fountain (112 State St. Portsmouth, NH): For those of you seeking a cozy corner from the old world, visit Fezziwig's Food and Fountain. With teas from around the globe, a full-service espresso bar, a classic soda fountain, and exquisite pastries, it's a time-machine ride to 19th-century London. Treat yourself to this magical space for an exquisite snack or a full meal from crepes to housemade soups, there is something scrumptious for everyone.