Featured Historical Resorts and Lodges in New Hampshire
The original farmhouse constructed on the site of the New England Inn &: Lodge in 1809 helped pave the way for expansion into the White Mountains. The lodge officially welcome guests in the 1830's when they set a sign out that offered weary travelers hearth and board.
From a dilapidated mill town to a world-class village resort, Meredith has undergone a remarkable transformation over the last twenty five years and Mill Falls has played a major role in that transformation. In the early 1980s, Meredith was at a crucial point in its evolution. The Town was struggling with how to responsibly develop and revitalize...
Since 1865, Mountain View Grand has been a trademark destination in the New Hampshire White Mountains. Known for its mountain charm and character, Mountain View continues to offer its guests a truly elegant and enjoyable vacation experience. Come discover this historic destination today!
With a rich history dating all the way back tp the 30's, the Eastern Slope Inn Resort has survived it's fair share of ups and downs. But now, renovated for the twenty-first century and added to the National Register of Historic Places, the Eastern Slope Inn Resort can be the best of both worlds, offering modern comfort and a proud New England...
In 1869, Joshua Trickey built The Wentworth as a wedding gift to his daughter and her husband-to-be, Georgia Trickey and General Marshall Wentworth. The letter that General Wentworth sent to Mr. Trickey to ask for Georgia's hand in marriage remains at the hotel to this day! Come visit this historic getaway for yourself today!
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