There is so much to do in this wonderful area, from skiing to hiking to paddle boarding, to shopping and attending a county fair. But we’d not be a bit surprised if you chose to stay in and relax by the fireplace or in one of our private or common areas. If you want to explore our surroundings, here are some ideas to get you started.
The options around us are so many, so varied and so tasty, it is really hard to pick and recommend just a few. Ask us for more dining ideas!
Johnson’s | Seafood & Steak (and great ice cream too)
69 State Route 11, New Durham
Shibley’s at the Pier | American, right on Lake Winnipesaukee Route 11, 42 Mt. Major Highway, Alton Bay
Revolution Taproom & Grill | Gastropub and Bourbon bar
61 N Main St, Rochester
Ikko | Japanese Steakhouse
879 Central Ave., Dover
Newick’s Lobster House | The best chowder
431 Dover Pt. Rd., Dover
Ristorante Massimo | Romantic and authentic Italian
59 Penhallow St, Portsmouth
Vida Cantina | Chef driven Mexican cuisine
2456 Lafayette Rd., Portsmouth
Moxy | Modern American Tapas
106 Penhallow St, Portsmouth
Row 34 | Seafood & Oyster bar
5 Portwalk Pl, Portsmouth
In just a handful of years, the number of breweries in New Hampshire has more than doubled, and our area makes no exception: from big names to micro-breweries, you are one step away from tasty local hop.
Canterbury Aleworks (24.5 mi)
305 Baptist Hill Rd, Canterbury
Stoneface Brewing Co. (29.4 mi)
436 Shattuck Way, Newington
Woodland Farms (33.3 mi)
306 US Route 1, Kittery (ME)
Portsmouth Brewery (34 mi)
56 Market St, Portsmouth,
Smuttynose Brewing Company (43.8 mi)
105 Towle Farm Rd, Hampton
Make sure you check their website pages for guided tours, tastings, brunches and events.