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New Hampshire Vacation Packages

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Most New Hampshire hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.

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Top New Hampshire Flight + Hotel Deals

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Seaport Hotel Boston

Top Hotels in New Hampshire

Eastern Inn & Suites
Eastern Inn & Suites
2 out of 5
2955 White Mountain Highway, Route 16, North Conway, NH
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $90 per night from Jun 14 to Jun 14
4/5Very Good! (980 reviews)
"Good experience this past weekend at the Eastern Inn. Good value and the location is excellent for access to N Conway and the mountains. I would stay here again."

Reviewed on Jun 6, 2021

Eastern Inn & Suites
Ashworth by the Sea
Ashworth by the Sea
3 out of 5
295 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH
The price is $226 per night from Jun 21 to Jun 21
3.8/5Good! (974 reviews)
"Very good location. Right across from the beach. Employees very pleasant and helpful. Just need to update the hotel. Definitely would go back."

Reviewed on Jun 3, 2021

Ashworth by the Sea
Hampton Inn & Suites Portsmouth Downtown
Hampton Inn & Suites Portsmouth Downtown
3 out of 5
23 Portwalk Pl, Portsmouth, NH
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $199 per night from Jun 14 to Jun 14
4.6/5Exceptional! (939 reviews)
"We just love this hotel :) Great team - thank you for a great stay and we hope to see you again soon."

Reviewed on Jun 12, 2021

Hampton Inn & Suites Portsmouth Downtown
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Top things to do in New Hampshire

New Hampshire Vacation Packages

From rugged mountains to sandy beaches, this New England state offers plenty of summer and winter outdoor activities as well as historic attractions.

Known for the White Mountains and several great beaches, New Hampshire combines history and outdoor activities to provide a pleasant vacation getaway. Here you’ll find over a dozen of New England’s best ski hills for winter excitement they’re great for summer hiking too. The coastline is relatively short, but the beaches are enjoyable long into the fall.

In the western part of the state, explore the White Mountains in autumn to enjoy spectacular color. Climb one of the 48 4,000-foot (1,219-kilometer) peaks. Drive to the top of Mount Washington or climb the 6,288-foot (1,917-meter) peak before winter. In spring, join a few brave skiers hauling their gear up Tuckerman’s Ravine for the exhilarating ride down. Check for avalanche warnings and be prepared for heavy winds year-round. Find traditional skiing, with chairlifts, at Attitash, Cannon Mountain, Wildcat and more than a dozen other ski hills. 

In summer hike along the 161 miles (259 kilometers) of New Hampshire’s fairly difficult section of the Appalachian Trail. For a slightly less strenuous hike, try the popular climb up 3,165-foot (965-meter) Mount Monadnock, frequently visited by writer-philosophers Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. Enjoy fantastic views from the top. 

New Hampshire’s coast is only 13 miles (21 kilometers) but you’ll find six very pleasant sandy sections. Hampton Beach has an RV park and a pavilion with free summer concerts. Try surfing, body surfing and boogie boarding at North Beach and Jenness State Beach. Hundreds of inland lakes, including the massive Lake Winnipesaukee, offer beaches, boating, fishing and camping opportunities.

Visit Portsmouth to see 18th-century buildings and gardens of multiple styles. Guides dressed in period costumes will share the town’s history at Strawbery Banke Museum. Enjoy wine and beer festivals in September, Ghosts on the Banke in October and the candlelight holiday stroll in December. Nearby, board the USS Albacore, a retired naval submarine. 

Elsewhere in New Hampshire find amusement parks, farmers markets and craft breweries. See the Clydesdale horses at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Merrimack.

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