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.
CUTE LITTLE TOWNS
Wolfeboro | A shopping stroll, a bite on the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, a hand-made ice-cream for dessert and voila’, the perfect afternoon is served here, at “the oldest Summer Resort in America”. Simply adorable. (16.7 mi)
Concord | The state capital city is worth a visit not only to pay homage to the State Capital Building, the Presidents’ Grave or NH Historical Society, but also for a movie night at the Red River Theatre, famous for focusing on art house productions and local movies. (27.4 m)
Meredith | Located on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, Meredith is a favorite for locals and tourists. Summer is definitely its time to shine, but its cuteness never fades throughout the year. (28.6 mi)
Portsmouth | You will want to come back again and again to the gem of the seacoast, boasting history, nature, and a classy and buzzing downtown with a remarkable selection of unique shops, bars and restaurants. (34.5 mi)
Exeter | Home to one of the most prestigious boarding schools in the country, this town offers a lovely-to-stroll historic downtown and trail along the river. (39.9 mi)
And a bit further:
Newburyport (MA) | You’ll be charmed by this coastal honeypot of local businesses and restaurants, with lovely waterfront to stroll and historic architecture to admire. (53 mi)
Portland (ME) | Perfect destination for a full day escape, Portland remains an iconic historic beauty revved up by a dynamic local art scene, an excellent collection of seafood dining options and an invigorating salty breeze. (61.4 mi)
Hancock | A picturesque, quaint small town, one of the oldest in the area, featuring Nubanusit Lake, a real gem. (66 mi)
Hanover | This college town, with its Museum of Art and works by notorious artists punctuating its campus, is the perfect destination for a one-day cultural trip. (79.8 mi)
Littleton | A charming town on the Connecticut River, with streets dotted with shops and street art. Catch the History Tour on Saturdays, and make sure you don’t miss the Riverwalk Covered Bridge. (90 mi)
120 Laconia Rd, Tilton, NH 03276
Open Sundays 10am – 7pm, other days 9am – 9pm
Antiques, second hand, vintage and thrift, you’ll be surprised to discover the many little shops that populate our area. Tatiana and Gino are real mavens, they’ll be able to help you find what you are looking for.
Not your typical antique shop. Lots of cool finds.
1 Jug Hill Rd, Milton Mills, NH 03852
The oldest antiques shopping district gathering over 500 dealers in the towns of Northwood, Lee, Epsom, and Chichester. Check out the map, and start your hunt!
97 Storrs St, Concord, NH 03301
653 Islington St, Portsmouth
124B Bartlett St, Portsmouth
All things outdoors, from clothes to equipment sales, bicycles & ice skates, xc skis and snowshoe rental and repairs.
47 N Main St, Wolfeboro