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Recent New Hampshire reviews

  • Summer Vacation!!

    "My family of 4 (wife and 2 boys ages 12/9)stayed for a week in August with another family of 3 (daughter age 6). It was our first time vacationing in N.H. We also had visitors stay for a night or two as there was more than enough room. The house is absolutely beautiful!!..The kitchen is very modern and set up perfectly and is open to a huge living room area with a beautiful sitting area. There are several bedrooms as well as a huge finished rec room in the basement that the kids enjoyed. The first thing we did was drive to North Conway(10/15 minutes) and stock up on food for the week. There is also a small general store a couple minutes away that has pretty much anything you would need also. We ate every night outside on the screened in porch which was usually followed by lighting the fire pit on the stoned patio overlooking the lake. We all loved the lake and would swim and kayak daily. The house is a short drive to pretty much anything you want to do in the area. There is tons of different hiking trails, swimming holes, shopping..etc..pretty much anything you want to do is not to far away!! We all loved it and plan on coming back every summer. We have been away several times with our kids (Disney, tropical islands) and this was probably the best time they had. They can't wait to return. The pictures on the web site do not do the house justice!!! It is truly beautiful and whoever stays there will absolutely be hooked to come back!!"
    Guest: Dennis Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014
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  • So Comfortable and Cozy

    "I love this cottage! It may look small on the outside but it's magical on the inside. It's the kind of cottage where you feel like you can kick your feet up and feel right at home. It has a wonderful rustic decor and every time I looked around, there was something new I had missed the first time. The best place of all is sitting on the comfy love seat with the big pillows right in front of the gas fireplace. There is wifi and over 900 channels as well. The owner, Stephan, is very nice to deal with and he made sure the cottage was warm and well lighted before my arrival. I definitely want to go back soon. I highly recommend this adorable cottage for anyone looking for a wonderful getaway in the winter. Also, it must be spectacular in the summer as it's right on the water. Thank you, Stephan."
    Guest: Celeste C. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 9, 2015
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  • A Knitter's Haven

    "Our October knitter's weekend was our 15th at this condo. We were so pleased with all the new furniture...which is not seen in the condo photo! The photos in their ad only show a small degree of the warmth, cleanliness and size of this home. The condo offers lots of space for relaxation, group gathering, dining, Wi-Fi for the computer needs, a deck with table and chairs for nice weather and a fireplace for when it's not! It is close to major sightseeing areas and far enough away from the main road so that it feels like a mountain retreat...with amenities. The owners make every effort to provide help in every area ... maps, restaurant guides, almost immediate maintenance help if needed, etc... and the condo is always spotlessly clean. In 15 stays we have lodged one complaint. There was a brand new stove in the kitchen and, with about 457 years of cooking between all of us, no one could figure out how to set it to bake :-) We have our reservations already made for 2015 !"
    Guest: Donna Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 8, 2014
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  • Perfect End to the Summer

    "Where to begin. The house was exactly as described which is always nice. My 11 year old son woke up every morning to fish and headed back to the lake for more fishing each night. My 6 year old thought catching the little perches was a lot of fun. All in all, they caught lots of little fishes, along with a few catfish and a couple of large mouth bass. I think starting a log of fish caught is a great idea. We also spent time hiking nearby at Franconia Notch State Park. Amazing! The trails were well maintained and the views were fabulous. The ride to and from Franconia wasn't too bad either, especially when you stopped at the Brickhouse to sample the fudge, the smoked bacon and the smoked cheeses. We were also lucky enough to pick up b'fast on the go a few mornings; the donuts and the maple muffins were delicious. And, we visited Polly Pancakes a couple of times which I highly recommend (and don't forget the reservations). We didn't spend to much time visiting civilization as the whole point for us was to get away. I personally loved the fact that my cell phone got absolutely no reception at the house. I didn't mind being cut off for a while. The fire pit was wonderful as well. The kids fished, I sat by the fire with my kindle and a glass of wine.....perfection! Then later on we roasted marshmallows and enjoyed the peace. We were also amazed by the night sky. The light pollution is so much less than here in NJ; the sky was full of stars....more than we ever see at home. If we are ever in the area again, we would definitely stay here. No complaints at all."
    Guest: Ruth M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 28, 2014
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Seacoast Travel Tips

New Hampshire Seacoast Vacation Rentals near the Ocean

A beach vacation does not have to involve crowds if you plan a great family outing at one of the New Hampshire Seacoast vacation rentals. Many of these beautiful homes and condos are located just steps from the beach where building a sandcastle or jumping in the water might be your favorite activity. North Beach, Hampton Beach and Rye Beach are just a few of the wonderful relaxing options you will have. You can find the perfect hideaway for your family or family reunion retreat. You will want for nothing while living in your holiday spot as the vacation rentals have fully equipped kitchens, spacious living areas and comfortable beds. Do not feel cramped in a traditional hotel room this year. Live the sweet life with a beach house rental on your New Hampshire vacation.

Traveling to New Hampshire Seacoast Condos

If you already live on the east coast, getting to your seacoast condos can be as easy as packing up the car. Interstate Highway 95 is the ribbon of road that transports you to New Hampshire's coastal communities. To get to the New Hampshire seacoast you can exit onto Highway 101 or 1 where the pristine water and sandy beaches are just a few minutes away. Boston's Logan Airport is about 45 minutes from most New Hampshire seacoast condos or beach houses. Or if you want to view more of the scenery of the "Live Free or Die" state, you can fly into Manchester and you will be the same distance away.

Things to do near your New Hampshire Seacoast Lodging

If you are looking for less crowded beaches, then North Beach, New Hampshire offers one of the best. The beach features a long, quiet stretch that is perfect for taking walks along the shore. Waves to body surf in and sandy white beaches for toe wiggling are just a few steps from most New Hampshire lodging. Families find the ambience of North Beach pleasing, as the pace is slower but is not boring. About ten minutes away is Main Beach, where there are many adventures for a family outing away from the water. Arcades beckon children of all ages, restaurants feature fresh seafood, and live entertainment offers nighttime fun.

Shopping is waiting in Portsmouth at its outlet stores or any of its many fascinating local shops. This lovely town also offers a children's museum and a boat trip to the Isle of Shoals. State Parks are also a favorite destination while staying in New Hampshire seacoast beach rentals. Whether or not you leave your beach condos, there is more than enough to keep everyone busy. Water sports are available such as sailing, surfing, fishing and windsurfing. Oftentimes your condo or beach house will have body boards or fishing equipment for you to use.

Planning your New Hampshire Seacoast Vacation

Obviously the best time to visit a beach destination is in the summer. Summers away from the heat of the city are very appealing, so it is a good idea to book your New Hampshire beach house early. The rates are reasonable for an all encompassing vacation with the family. Although there are many restaurants along the beaches you can prepare all of your own meals if you wish. You and your family can live in your bathing suits the entire time. Enjoy your meals on the private deck of your beach lodging as you look for dolphins. During other seasons it may be a bit cold to swim, but with your location you will be able to explore the state parks, museums and other activities. The beach will be all yours for refreshing walks and total relaxation.

History close to New Hampshire Seacoast Beach Houses

Whether you choose to stay in Hampton Beach, Rye Beach, Seabrook or Portsmouth, history will surround you. The Portsmouth Historical Society Museum is located at John Paul Jones House, where there are artifacts from the mid 1700's along with a model replica of Captain Jones ship, the Ranger. Several other mansions of the 1700's are open for tourists. One of particular interest is the Warner House, which has a lightening rod that was installed in 1762. By itself this fact is fairly uninteresting, until you understand that Benjamin Franklin was supposedly on hand to supervise the installation.

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