Discover a selection of 222 vacation rentals in Hampton Beach that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and air conditioning. Prices start at $94 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Hampton Beach. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Seaside enjoyment in Hampton Beach vacation home rentals

A veritable magnet for families and sea lovers on the Eastern Seaboard, this carousel-packed, casino-laden town on the edge of New Hampshire has been drawing visitors for decades. Its lively boardwalk has been voted America's best several times running, while those powdery beaches and lapping Atlantic waves create an ensemble of activities and attractions that's darn hard to resist. Hampton Beach vacation rentals stand overlooking the ocean swells, or hidden behind the undulating dunes of the Hampton Marshes, offering the perfect base in this fun-loving, summertime resort.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near Hampton Beach vacation rentals

If you're lucky enough to be staying in Hampton Beach vacation rentals along bustling Ocean Boulevard, then you can look forward to a place right in middle of the action. Look up and you'll likely spot the legendary Seashell Stage, or the Casino Ballroom, where rock and roll greats continue to shake and groove during the whole year. Of course, the main attraction here is always going to be the pearly stretch of sand and undulating dunes that spread out to make the Hampton Beach State Park – a mecca for swimmers, bathers, surfers, and walkers from May to September.


Things to do near Hampton Beach vacation homes

As the summer heat begins to caress New Hampshire, Hampton Beach vacation rentals become a hubbub of activity. Surf heads come to wax down their boards and conquer the rollers of the Atlantic. Kayakers and sailors come to bounce over the light swells. Families come to laze on the warm sands and play volleyball as the shore laps against the Ocean Boulevard. And talking of that Ocean Boulevard, that's where you'll find the gaming halls, elegant turn-of-the-century architecture, whale watching outfitters, and all the action during the yearly Seafood Festival in September.


Climate during your stay in Hampton Beach vacation homes

You don't have to look at too many Hampton Beach vacation rentals to realize that this salt-washed town on the Atlantic Ocean was built for the warmer months of the year. The whole season starts in June, when vacationers flock to cool off in the shore waters and spend the long, warm days sunbathing and swimming. The fun usually lasts all the way through to mid-September, which is when almost 150,000 revelers and foodies descend on Ocean Boulevard to enjoy the town's raucous – and tasty – Seafood Festival.

Natural features

Surveying the Atlantic in Hampton Beach

Both sides of Hampton Beach offer something totally different. There's the popular side of town: Along Ocean Boulevard and the Hampton Beach State Park. There, the land slopes into the whale-spotted Atlantic, bubbling up in grass-topped dunes and dotted with whitewashed beach cabanas. And then there's the western side of town, which has winding rivers and creeks and wetlands, and also hosts some truly secluded beachfronts. It's also the launching point for most whale watching trips, fishing tours, and excursions to the rocky Isles of Shoals.

Family friendly

Family fun near Hampton Beach vacation homes

Hampton Beach has endless options for family fun. Vacation homes are available near places like the Strawbery Banke Museum, an outdoor living-history museum with numerous buildings, gardens, and crafts, and Water Country Water Park, a kid-friendly aquatic playground with themed pools, an adventure river, and games. Kids will also like Seacoast Science Center, a science center with fish and marine mammals, touch tanks, and a discovery dock.

Good for couples

Romantic attractions near Hampton Beach vacation homes

Couples looking for romance will love Hampton Beach. Vacation rentals can be found near places like Isle of Shoals, a set of low-key islands with historic hotels, churches, and cottages, and Prescott Park, a waterfront municipal park with flower gardens, fountains, walkways, and summer events. Maudslay State Park, an old estate for horticulture buffs with floral diversity, rare trees, and a mountain laurel stand, is another prime attraction.

How many vacation rentals are available around Hampton Beach?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 222 vacation rentals around Hampton Beach. From 103 house rentals to 34 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.