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Recent New Hampshire reviews

  • Our "go-to" stay in Newbury

    "My wife has family and friends in the area, and we have now stayed with Cindi and Brett numerous times when we visit (and are planning more stays). They are very welcoming and the apartment is a perfect "home away from home." Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Aaron W. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014
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  • Wonderful Vacation & Wonderful Owners

    "This summer (2014) was our second time at the house. New Hampshire is beautiful; this house is fabulous. The yard is generous and well-maintained. View of mountains is magnificent. Last summer (2013), the house almost felt too big for us. This summer, we invited family, including my sister and brother-in-law and their children. My sister's family came with their dog. The space worked perfectly. It is an old house--the older portion of the house is very old (like 18th century-old!). The space is interesting--it does not have big, great and open rooms. Instead, it has a couple of large rooms and many small rooms. We found that the children enjoyed the small rooms--the room with the air hockey game, the room with the foosball game, and the small reading room off the master bathroom. There was space for all. Children, teens, adults, and dog. We all enjoyed being in the yar--the kids played constantly and the adults sat outside and read, talked and enjoyed teh beautiful grounds. There is no internet connection at the house (which was a welcome change even if some had withdrawal...); Smart phones with WIfi phones worked decently, and we loved the Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro public libraries (quiet, free internet, great to get work done when needed). Small public beach is 3 miles away (some of us ran there or did regular 3-4 mile runs on the streets of Tuftonboro). Beach has nice space for swimming (including lap swimming), a lifeguard until 5pm, covered eating area, and is not heavily populated. Pier 19 Grocer is across the street--Chester's Fried Chicken at the beach was a favorite! Nearby: Wolfeboro (beautiful), Moultonboro (we ate many good meals at The Village Kitchen on Rt 25 (free WIFI, open @6AM!)), nice hikes--Castle in Clouds (multiple), Red Hill; great ice cream (generous scoops!) @Bailey's Bubble (both locations) & Flurries (Meredith). The house is perfect for a group and great for children; it's not fancy and precious, but old, lived in & comfortable. As a mother of energetic children, I never worried that the kids would break anything. Lisa and Rick, the owners, are EXCEPTIONAL. They get customer service. Lisa is responsive and thoughtful. This summer, the dryer broke shortly after we arrived. Within hours, Rick had someone look at it and then, a few hours later, came to the house with a brand new, industrial-sized dryer. He removed the old one, installed the new one, and we never had another dryer problem! I highly recommend this house to anyone."
    Guest: Mary Devlin C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Ski weekend

    "The condo was very nice. It was comfortable and very clean. I would definitely rent this condo again."
    Guest: Sissy Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 15, 2014
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  • Fantastic House

    "Had a great stay! The house had everything you would need for an enjoyable stay, with plenty of room on all floors and a large yard with plenty of parking. From top to bottom the house was immaculate at check in. The open kitchen and dining area was well stocked for cooking and entertaining. The living room was comfortable to relax in after a busy day, shopping, hiking, dining, or whatever else. At the end of the day, the beds were so comfortable; I ended up sleeping past my normal wake up time each day of my stay.Large master bedroom, with high end linens and spreads in all the bedrooms. House is close to everything, located high above the village of Jackson, very quiet and peaceful setting. House would be great for any type of familiies, all age groups. Chip was a pleasure to deal with before, during and after the stay. He was available to answer any questions. My family will be returning when back in the area."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 22, 2013
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New Hampshire Travel Tips

Best Time of Year to Visit New Hampshire Vacation Rentals

New Hampshire has a humid continental climate. Rain occurs throughout the year resulting in high levels of humidity in all seasons. The summer months are generally mild and warm, and the winters are cold and wet. Heavy snowfalls often occur in the mountain regions, often bring up to 100 inches of snow. This provides ideal skiing conditions at the many resorts around New Hampshire White Mountains vacation rentals. The best season to visit will really depend on your interests and what activities you want to participate in. Naturally, snow sports enthusiasts enjoy the winter months the most. The ski season generally starts in December after the first good snowfall. The season usually lasts until early April, depending on the weather conditions. The peak season for skiing is December to February. The spring and summer months are great for exploring the outdoor trails, visiting historic towns and meandering on the back roads near Dartmouth and Lake Sunapee vacation homes. New Hampshire is known for its scenic beauty in the fall season when the leaves turn different rusty hues.

Traveling to New Hampshire Lake Cabins

There are four commercial airports in New Hampshire. The busiest airport is the Manchester Boston Regional Airport which is located in the Boston Metropolitan area. The airport receives flights from many of cities on the East Coast and in the Midwest. If you are traveling from further afield, you will probably route via Boston Logan International Airport. The airport hosts a wide variety of regional and international airlines. It has frequent commercial air links to almost all major cities in North America as well as Europe and other parts of the world. There is an extensive bus transportation system that operates throughout New Hampshire. This is both a convenient and affordable way to travel. In peak ski season, there are a number of express bus services that provide access to the various ski resorts. There are three scenic railways that operate in New Hampshire. These train rides are recommended so you can view the beautiful fall foliage.

Things to See and Do in New Hampshire Lodging

The winter season is all about snow and making the most of the ski slopes. Many top ski resorts offer a wide a variety of ski runs catering to all levels of skiing abilities. Many have in-house ski schools where you can upgrade or refresh your skiing skills. Many of the resorts also have kids' camps and clubs where they can enjoy a day out on the slopes with their peers under the watchful eyes of qualified instructors. Terrain parks provide many hours of entertaining fun for snowboarders. While most ski areas are mountainous, several have groomed cross country and Nordic ski trails. These often double up as snowshoe trails. Many of the ski resorts are now also open for night skiing, extending the time that you can spend out on the slopes. There are numerous ski activities available in the ski resort areas. In the summer months, once the snow has melted, you can explore the same trails on your mountain bike or by hiking. This is also a great time of year to visit the many historic towns and interesting museums in New Hampshire

Visitors to New Hampshire

New Hampshire attracts a wide variety of travelers. Those interested in art, culture and history will find many places of interest to visit. Meander along some of the quiet back roads and seek out antiques in the small town shops. Visit the museums and gain some insight into the region's history. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking and mountain biking in the summer months and skiing and snowboarding in winter.

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