Discover a selection of 4,000 vacation rentals in New Hampshire 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 WiFi. Prices start at $125 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in New Hampshire. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Explore New Hampshire from vacation home rentals

No matter which season you travel to sophisticated New Hampshire, you'll have more on your plate than steamed crabs and the world-famous New England lobster roll. This is a place where charming redbrick towns and forested mountains, punctuated by glistening lakes, are the norm. If you step out of your mountainside New Hampshire vacation rental into the crisp air, you can strap on your skis to race down the powdery runs. Alternatively, choose a place along New Hampshire's tiny stripe of sandy shoreline for family fun on the beach.

Things to do

Attractions near New Hampshire vacation rentals

If you're lucky enough to have scored a New Hampshire vacation rental in the pretty harbor city of Portsmouth, the best introduction is a walk along the trail which takes you past 70 of the most historic sites in the state. Of particular note is the Strawbery Banke Museum, a collection of period houses brought to life by costumed guides. Bringing kids? No problem. New Hampshire's got you covered with its range of family attractions. Expect adventure parks, cog railways and more theme parks than you can shake a stick at. If that's not enough to keep them happy, we're not sure what is.

Activities

Activities for your stay in New Hampshire vacation homes

Like much of New England, the state is awash with countless outdoor activities. As well as having a range of light, or challenging, hiking and biking trails, both along the coast and in the mountains and forests, there are some more unique adventures to be had. When you stay at a New Hampshire vacation rental, you could soar like an eagle on one of the tandem hang-gliders. For something a little tamer, if you like paddle boarding and yoga, you could combine the 2 in summer classes at night, which will see you doing downward dogs under a full moon.

Weather

Local weather for your trip to New Hampshire vacation homes

New Hampshire's climate is highly varied, depending on whether you've scored a New Hampshire vacation rental on the tiny stripe of coast or in the mountains. It's unsurprising that the summer marks the high season, with hikers descending on the mountain paths, while families build castles in the sand along the seashore. Much of New Hampshire gets busy during fall, when the trees burst into typical New England colors. If you drop by the White Mountains during winter, the snowy runs are used by plenty of thrill-seekers on skis and snowboards.

Natural features

Wild White Mountains in New Hampshire

The wild White Mountains' biggest draw is the myriad species that roam their forested foothills. It's almost impossible to go walking along the trails without being wowed by something you've spotted. The white-tailed deer is the state mammal and they dart around the forests in abundance. Moose are often spotted along the marshy waterways in the valley, particularly at dusk or dawn, when they are most active. With a little luck, you may also catch a glimpse of a black bear or bobcat ambling through the forest. Just remember to keep your distance.

Food and drink

Regional delicacies in New Hampshire

New Hampshire has a unique culinary culture that ranges from fresh-caught seafood to farm-to-table fare from the mountains and valleys. You’ll also find fresh-batch beer and wine throughout the state, which perfectly combine with regional delicacies like corned beef brisket, ham, and root vegetables. Whatever your taste, you’ll find a range of cuisine options that reflect the diverse cultural heritage of New Hampshire in restaurants near your vacation rental.

Family friendly

Family fun near New Hampshire vacation homes

New Hampshire is the ultimate destination for a memorable family trip. Vacation homes can be found near places like Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, a natural oasis with live-animal exhibits, hiking trails, and lake cruises, and Whale’s Tale Waterpark, a family-oriented aquatic park with a wave pool, lazy river, and slides. Kids will also love Santa’s Village, an amusement park with a North Pole theme, elves, reindeer, and Christmas shows.

How many vacation rentals are available around New Hampshire?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 3,770 vacation rentals around New Hampshire. From 675 cabin rentals to 2,688 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Explore destinations around New Hampshire

North Conway
915 vacation rentals
Lincoln
871 vacation rentals
Moultonborough
698 vacation rentals
Bartlett
930 vacation rentals
Gilford
795 vacation rentals
Glen
435 vacation rentals
Meredith
1,014 vacation rentals
Bretton Woods
244 vacation rentals
Wolfeboro
815 vacation rentals
Jackson
727 vacation rentals
Laconia
711 vacation rentals
Pittsburg
71 vacation rentals
North Woodstock
288 vacation rentals
Campton
652 vacation rentals
Alton
370 vacation rentals
Thornton
550 vacation rentals
Conway
1,025 vacation rentals
Alton Bay
95 vacation rentals
Rye
402 vacation rentals
Hampton
483 vacation rentals